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  • Beaufort BOE Schedules Public Forums

    Beaufort BOE Schedules Public Forums

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 8:21 PM EDT2014-04-17 00:21:42 GMT
    The Beaufort County Board of Education has scheduled two public forums for community members to learn more about the school district budget that is being developed for the 2014-15 school year.
    The Beaufort County Board of Education has scheduled two public forums for community members to learn more about the school district budget that is being developed for the 2014-15 school year.
  • Online Petition Seeks to Halt Redevelopment of Marina

    Online Petition Seeks to Halt Redevelopment of Marina

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 6:48 PM EDT2014-04-16 22:48:24 GMT
    A grassroots group known as Civic Green, launched an online petition Friday. It's seeking to stop the redevelopment of the Beaufort Downtown Marina parking lot. The group wants it turned it into a park
    A grassroots group known as Civic Green, launched an online petition Friday. It's seeking to stop the redevelopment of the Beaufort Downtown Marina parking lot. The group wants it turned it into a park
  • SUV Hits House in Hinesville

    SUV Hits House in Hinesville

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 8:53 PM EDT2014-04-16 00:53:02 GMT
    Police say no one was hurt when the driver of an SUV slammed into his neighbors house in Desert Shield Street in Hinesville Tuesday evening.
    Police say no one was hurt when the driver of an SUV slammed into his neighbors house in Desert Shield Street in Hinesville Tuesday evening.
  • BCSD Needs $10mil Increase in 2014-15 Budget

    BCSD Needs $10mil Increase in 2014-15 Budget

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:01 PM EDT2014-04-15 22:01:24 GMT
    Time to loosen the purse strings, the Beaufort County school district is asking for an increase of $10 million in its budget next year. "We've got almost four million dollars in mandates from the state,
    Time to loosen the purse strings, the Beaufort County school district is asking for an increase of $10 million in its budget next year. "We've got almost four million dollars in mandates from the state,
  • Good Friday Walk to Help Homeless

    Good Friday Walk to Help Homeless

    Monday, April 14 2014 7:22 PM EDT2014-04-14 23:22:04 GMT
    The Liberty County Homeless Coalition will sponsor the 3rd Annual Good Friday Walk for Shelter on April 18 and you can still take part.
    The Liberty County Homeless Coalition will sponsor the 3rd Annual Good Friday Walk for Shelter on April 18 and you can still take part.
  • HHI Celebrates Business The RBC Heritage Brings In

    HHI Celebrates Business The RBC Heritage Brings In

    Monday, April 14 2014 6:23 PM EDT2014-04-14 22:23:20 GMT
    With the end of The Masters, comes the turn of all eyes to The RBC Heritage in Hilton Head Island this week. Hilton Head business owners say it's one of their busiest weeks all year; they expect even more
    With the end of The Masters, comes the turn of all eyes to The RBC Heritage in Hilton Head Island this week. Hilton Head business owners say it's one of their busiest weeks all year; they expect even more crowds to pack the island this year.
  • Beaufort Co. Public Ferry Gaining Traction

    Beaufort Co. Public Ferry Gaining Traction

    Monday, April 14 2014 5:30 PM EDT2014-04-14 21:30:37 GMT
    Right now, if you want to get on or off Daufuskie island you better have a private boat, or a fat wallet because there's no public ferry system. You can spend upwards of $25 to take a commercial ferry,
    Right now, if you want to get on or off Daufuskie island you better have a private boat, or a fat wallet because there's no public ferry system. You can spend upwards of $25 to take a commercial ferry,
  • UPDATE: Fire Officials say Unattended Stove Sparked Lowcountry Fire

    UPDATE: Fire Officials say Unattended Stove Sparked Lowcountry Fire

    Monday, April 14 2014 12:26 PM EDT2014-04-14 16:26:12 GMT
    Fire fighters are still investigating after a Port Royal Apartment went up in flames in the early evening hours Saturday.  A neighbor at the complex called firefighters when she spotted heavy smoke. She
    A Port Royal woman and her daughter are left homeless, after their apartment unit catches fire on Saturday evening. LaShaundra White and her 14 year old daughter, Naijuia Moyd, surveyed the damage in shock.
  • Expectant Mother Jolted By Highway Pothole, Speaks Out For Road Repairs

    Expectant Mother Jolted By Highway Pothole, Speaks Out For Road Repairs

    Monday, April 14 2014 12:23 PM EDT2014-04-14 16:23:46 GMT
    In the Lowcountry, motorists are asking how Twitter and Facebook can save lives, by fixing deteriorating roadways. News Three first told you about the South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Road's campaign
    News Three first told you about the South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Road's campaign for drivers to send photos of damaged drags through social media. Since then, a crumbling, jagged road laced with potholes gave one driver a close call. Now, she's urging lawmakers to take action to fund repairs for herself, her unborn child, and other drivers along Highway 321.
  • Taste of Bluffton Draws Crowds For Local Eats

    Taste of Bluffton Draws Crowds For Local Eats

    Sunday, April 13 2014 9:03 AM EDT2014-04-13 13:03:27 GMT
    Foodies in the Lowcountry took to State Street in Bluffton on Saturday, to taste their favorite local flavors. Restaurants of Bluffton served-up gourmet plates on the sidewalk for the second annual Taste
    Foodies in the Lowcountry took to State Street in Bluffton on Saturday, to taste their favorite local flavors. Restaurants of Bluffton served-up gourmet plates on the sidewalk for the second annual Taste of Bluffton food festival.
  • TripAdvisor Ranks Hunting Island Beaches Above Some Hawaiian Islands

    TripAdvisor Ranks Hunting Island Beaches Above Some Hawaiian Islands

    Saturday, April 12 2014 10:43 PM EDT2014-04-13 02:43:55 GMT
    South Beach, Panama City Beach, and even the Florida Keys are all bested by a local beach that made the newest TripAdvisor list of Top 25 beaches in the country. It's Beaufort's own Hunting Island that
    South Beach, Panama City Beach, and even the Florida Keys are all bested by a local beach that made the newest TripAdvisor list of Top 25 beaches in the country. It's Beaufort's own Hunting Island that is ranked seventh best beach in the United States, behind Hawaiian Islands only. Several beach goers say that even the blue waters of Hawaii don't hold a candle to those of Hunting Island.
  • Alliance Hopes To Fix S.C. Roads Through Social Media

    Alliance Hopes To Fix S.C. Roads Through Social Media

    Friday, April 11 2014 7:04 PM EDT2014-04-11 23:04:03 GMT
    An initiative to get crumbling, deteriorating Lowcountry roads fixed is taking to Twitter. The South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads (SCAFOR) says it's disrepair like potholes they want you to tweet
    An initiative to get crumbling, deteriorating Lowcountry roads fixed is taking to Twitter. The South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads (SCAFOR) says it's disrepair like potholes they want you to tweet photos of to legislators.
  • Jasper Co. School Receives State Award

    Jasper Co. School Receives State Award

    Friday, April 11 2014 5:25 PM EDT2014-04-11 21:25:14 GMT
    Some good news for Jasper county schools for a change,Ridgeland-Hardeeville high school just received one of the states biggest awards. "I think the majority of us that work in the school system have
    Some good news for Jasper county schools for a change,Ridgeland-Hardeeville high school just received one of the states biggest awards. "I think the majority of us that work in the school system have
  • UPDATE: Elderly Couple Identified in Apparent Murder-Suicide

    UPDATE: Elderly Couple Identified in Apparent Murder-Suicide

    Friday, April 11 2014 2:05 PM EDT2014-04-11 18:05:01 GMT
    An elderly couple is dead following an apparent murder-suicide in Beaufort County.
    An elderly couple is dead following an apparent murder-suicide in Beaufort County.
  • Construction Underway on Bay St.

    Construction Underway on Bay St.

    Thursday, April 10 2014 6:24 PM EDT2014-04-10 22:24:00 GMT
    Construction crews are busy at work, installing new street lamps and electronic parking meters along Bay Street in Beaufort. "Its an inconvenience that's for sure," said Maggie Engstrom, owner of Sweet
    Construction crews are busy at work, installing new street lamps and electronic parking meters along Bay Street in Beaufort. "Its an inconvenience that's for sure," said Maggie Engstrom, owner of Sweet
  • Study Recommends Changes At Chatham County Juvenile Court

    Study Recommends Changes At Chatham County Juvenile Court

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 6:21 PM EDT2014-04-09 22:21:43 GMT
    Some changes are called for at Chatham County's Juvenile Court following a study by outside experts on ways to improve the governance and leadership in the court. Chief Superior Court Judge Michael Karpf
    Some changes are called for at Chatham County's Juvenile Court following a study by outside experts on ways to improve the governance and leadership in the court. Chief Superior Court Judge Michael Karpf
  • LC Gas Prices Jump, Worry Drivers

    LC Gas Prices Jump, Worry Drivers

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 5:05 PM EDT2014-04-09 21:05:50 GMT
    Drivers in the lowcountry are feeling some pain at the pump. According to AAA the price of gas has jumped 17cents in the last month. Are folks in the lowcountry concerned about tourism now that the
    Drivers in the lowcountry are feeling some pain at the pump. According to AAA the price of gas has jumped 17cents in the last month. Are folks in the lowcountry concerned about tourism now that the
  • BCSO Investigating Armed Robbery at Folly Road Grocery

    BCSO Investigating Armed Robbery at Folly Road Grocery

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 5:40 PM EDT2014-04-08 21:40:28 GMT
    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office says they are investigating a Tuesday morning armed robbery outside a St. Helena market. The BCSO says the incident happened just before 7 on Tuesday morning, when
    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office says they are investigating a Tuesday morning armed robbery outside a St. Helena market.
  • Bluffton Police Arrest May River Grill Burglary Suspect

    Bluffton Police Arrest May River Grill Burglary Suspect

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 5:39 PM EDT2014-04-08 21:39:07 GMT
    The Bluffton Police Department says they have arrested Donnell Mitchell Sr. in connection to a series of burglaries at the May River Grill in Bluffton. The department says they began their investigation
    The Bluffton Police Department says they have arrested Donnell Mitchell Sr. in connection to a series of burglaries at the May River Grill in Bluffton.
  • Hampton County School District 2 To Cut Jobs, Programs, In Wake of Debt

    Hampton County School District 2 To Cut Jobs, Programs, In Wake of Debt

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 5:28 PM EDT2014-04-08 21:28:54 GMT
    The Hampton County School District 2 is planning to make cuts to its budget starting with closing some buildings, cutting special programs, and even making some changes to payroll. After finding itself
    The Hampton County School District 2 is planning to make cuts to its budget starting with closing some buildings, cutting special programs, and even making some changes to payroll. After finding itself in debt by $2 million, the district is looking to trim expenses. Hearing this news led one parent to wonder on the fate of her daughter's education in the district.
  • $4 million Budget Shortfall for BCSD

    $4 million Budget Shortfall for BCSD

    Monday, April 7 2014 7:10 PM EDT2014-04-07 23:10:02 GMT
    Beaufort county schools have four million dollars less that what was originally projected. Why and what it means are two very big questions to answer. School board chairman Bill Evans, says the reason
    Beaufort county schools have four million dollars less that what was originally projected. Why and what it means are two very big questions to answer. School board chairman Bill Evans, says the reason
  • Bluffton Restaurant Owners: Feral Cats Bad For Business

    Bluffton Restaurant Owners: Feral Cats Bad For Business

    Monday, April 7 2014 4:04 PM EDT2014-04-07 20:04:02 GMT
    From the cover of woods, to the grounds of the future Pepper's Porch restaurant in Bluffton, John Cherol says the colony of nearly 25 feral cats is threatening business. "There could be cats that are
    From the cover of woods, to the grounds of the future Pepper's Porch restaurant in Bluffton, John Cherol says the colony of nearly 25 feral cats is threatening business. "There could be cats that are carrying rabies, and other issues like that, and I just don't want my customers to have to deal with that," Cherol says.
  • Bluffton Church Still On a Mission To Install Guardrail at Graveyard

    Bluffton Church Still On a Mission To Install Guardrail at Graveyard

    Sunday, April 6 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-04-06 22:29:50 GMT
    A Bluffton church is still pushing for the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to make some changes to Highway 278 near their campus. Ever since the road widening project just feet away
    Ever since the road widening project just feet away from the cemetery at Indian Hill Baptist Church, church members have been requesting SCDOT install a guardrail where the road meets their property. Now, church members say they were told there can be no guardrail. However, they aren't stopping their pursuit of safety there.
  • Rabies Vaccine Clinics Offered To Pet Owners in Beaufort County

    Rabies Vaccine Clinics Offered To Pet Owners in Beaufort County

    Sunday, April 6 2014 6:27 PM EDT2014-04-06 22:27:39 GMT
    Veterinarians in the Lowcountry are talking rabies, and why it is important for pets to get the vaccination. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is sponsoring a month-long
    The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is sponsoring a month-long series of clinics in April, to offer the rabies vaccine at an affordable cost of $10 for pet owners.
  • UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe

    UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe

    Sunday, April 6 2014 9:48 AM EDT2014-04-06 13:48:06 GMT
    The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are asking for help locating a green SUV that was stolen this morning, with a sleeping child in the back seat.  It's a green Dodge Durango police are searching for. The


    Christopher Grayson, 12, has been located, according to Julian Miller of SCMPD. A Central Precinct officer searching more than six miles from the incident found the abandoned car and the child unharmed near the Exchange Club fairgrounds around 8 a.m. Officers from all Metro precincts, canine, aviation and Criminal Investigations units as well as the GBI had participated in the search.
  • SCDOT Replaces Sign After WSAV Report

    SCDOT Replaces Sign After WSAV Report

    Saturday, April 5 2014 6:46 PM EDT2014-04-05 22:46:49 GMT
    After neighbors waited months to get a new speed limit sign they requested near Coosaw Island, it wasn't until News Three began to ask questions that the sign came to be. News Three first brought you
    After neighbors waited months to get a new speed limit sign they requested near Coosaw Island, it wasn't until News Three began to ask questions that the sign came to be.
  • Bicycle Safety Advocate Hopes For Trolley System in Coligny Park Revitalization

    Bicycle Advocate Hopes For Trolley System in Coligny Park Revitalization

    Saturday, April 5 2014 6:03 PM EDT2014-04-05 22:03:10 GMT
    After 15 years of talks and disagreements on what will fill the space in Coligny Park, the Town of Hilton Head Island is working to finally draw out the plans for the area's revitalization. The Town
    After 15 years of talks and disagreements on what will fill the space in Coligny Park, the Town of Hilton Head Island is working to finally draw out the plans for the area's revitalization. While suggestions ranged from a playground or children's museum, to added parking and sidewalks, one bicycle safety advocate hopes to alleviate some vehicle traffic with a trolley system.
  • Beaufort-Jasper Heart Walk Raises Funds to Save Lives

    Beaufort-Jasper Heart Walk Raises Funds to Save Lives

    Saturday, April 5 2014 2:28 PM EDT2014-04-05 18:28:38 GMT
    The Beaufort-Jasper Heart Walk took the Lowcountry by storm, as walkers and runners kicked-off the cardiovascular fundraiser in Bluffton on Saturday morning. With festivities from 8:30 a.m. to last through
    The Beaufort-Jasper Heart Walk took the Lowcountry by storm, as walkers and runners kicked-off the cardiovascular fundraiser in Bluffton on Saturday morning. With festivities from 8:30 a.m. to last through the walk at 10 a.m., participants worked to the goal of raising money for heart disease and stroke with the American Heart Association.
  • Civil War Mystery Solved as Unmarked Confederate Grave is Named

    Civil War Mystery Solved as Unmarked Confederate Grave is Named

    Friday, April 4 2014 7:17 PM EDT2014-04-04 23:17:52 GMT
    A Civil War mystery on the South Carolina coast is solved, now that the identity of the only unknown Confederate soldier buried at the Beaufort National Cemetery has been confirmed as that of Haywood Treadwell.
    A Civil War mystery on the South Carolina coast is solved, now that the identity of the only unknown Confederate soldier buried at the Beaufort National Cemetery has been confirmed as that of Haywood Treadwell.
  • Marijuana Oil Bill Passes SC House

    Marijuana Oil Bill Passes SC House

    Friday, April 4 2014 4:22 PM EDT2014-04-04 20:22:25 GMT
    Its been a good week for supporters of legalizing marijuana oil in the palmetto state...as a new bill passes the house and heads to the senate. "A very good week in the South Carolina legislature, for
    Its been a good week for supporters of legalizing marijuana oil in the palmetto state...as a new bill passes the house and heads to the senate. "A very good week in the South Carolina legislature, for
  • Port Royal Explores Financing Options For Port

    Port Royal Explores Financing Options For Port

    Thursday, April 3 2014 6:21 PM EDT2014-04-03 22:21:14 GMT
    The battle to buy one lowcountry port wages on tonight. The town of Port Royal is trying to figure out a way to purchase the more than 300 acres of land. "Our most beautiful piece of property is really
    The battle to buy one lowcountry port wages on tonight. The town of Port Royal is trying to figure out a way to purchase the more than 300 acres of land. "Our most beautiful piece of property is really
  • UPDATE: Andy Patrick Drops Out of State Superintendent Race

    Andy Patrick Running for SC State Superintendent

    Tuesday, January 28 2014 4:31 PM EST2014-01-28 21:31:03 GMT
    State Representative Andy Patrick of Hilton Head has officially announced his candidacy to become South Carolina's next State Superintendent. Patrick, a Republican, serves on the House Education Committee
    State Representative Andy Patrick of Hilton Head has officially announced his candidacy to become South Carolina's next State Superintendent.
  • Bluffton Celebrates MLK

    Bluffton Celebrates MLK

    Monday, January 20 2014 5:05 PM EST2014-01-20 22:05:26 GMT
    The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration has become a cant miss event in Bluffton. From local artists and students performing, to most in the town turning out for the annual parade, its a time
    The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration has become a cant miss event in Bluffton. From local artists and students performing, to most in the town turning out for the annual parade, its a time
  • Santa Spotted in Hilton Head Island

    Santa Spotted in Hilton Head Island

    Tuesday, December 24 2013 6:04 PM EST2013-12-24 23:04:05 GMT
    Santa Claus took some time out of his busy toy making schedule to give kids at The Sandbox Interactive Children's Museum one last chance to get their orders in. Mr. Claus says this visit to Hilton Head
    Santa Claus took some time out of his busy toy making schedule to give kids at The Sandbox Interactive Children's Museum one last chance to get their orders in. Mr. Claus says this visit to Hilton Head Island has become a tradition of his, in it's fourth year now.
  • May River Dock Owners in Bluffton Petition For 'No Wake' Zone

    May River Dock Owners in Bluffton Petition For 'No Wake' Zone

    Some dock owners along the May River in Bluffton say they are petitioning to make their back yards a 'no wake' zone. The area includes two public landings that neighbors like Larry Toomer say are dangerous when large boats speed through, causing huge wake. S.C. D.N.R. says in order for this change to be enforced, residents will need to petition to their state representative instead.
  • May River Dock Owners Plan to Save Lives By Creating 'No Wake' Zone

    May River Dock Owners Plan to Save Lives By Creating 'No Wake' Zone

    Some dock owners along the May River in Bluffton say an accident is just waiting to happen in their back yard. That's because their back yard hosts hundreds of boaters per week, according to Larry Toomer.
    Dock owners along the May River say an accident is bound to happen, due to the number of boaters and the lack of 'no wake' zone. Larry Toomer, owner of Bluffton Oyster Company, is one who says he notices hundreds of boats speeding dangerously. He fears their large wake against smaller boats will cause harm to those using the public landing beside his dock. He and some neighbors say they will petition to make the area a 'no wake' zone.
  • Ridgeland Residents Say Violent Crime Has Become Ordinary

    Ridgeland Residents Say Violent Crime Has Become Ordinary

    The most recent shooting in Jasper County happened on Knowles Island Road just outside of Ridgeland on Sunday night. The Jasper County Sheriff's Office says two men got into an argument over some money,
    An argument on Knowles Island Road in outside of Ridgeland ended in gunfire Sunday night. Luckily, police say the suspect is in custody and the victim does not have life threatening injuries. But Ridgeland residents say they're not surprised by violent crime in Jasper County at all. In fact, they say it's become ordinary. Now they are looking to law enforcement, and begging the community to please, stop the violence.
  • Friends and Family of Missing Boater Talk to News 3

    Friends and Family of Missing Boater Talk to News 3

    Sunday marks the fifth day crews have been searching for missing Wimbee Creek boater, Carl Mulligan. So far, they have found no trace of Mulligan. His friends and family speak to News 3 on their hopes, and what happened on the day of the boating accident. 
  • Search For Wimbee Creek Boater Going Five Days Strong

    Search For Wimbee Creek Boater Going Five Days Strong

    Sunday marked the fifth day search crews combed Wimbee Creek for 54 year old Carl Mulligan. Mulligan and one other man, James Albany, were in a boating accident on Wednesday. Albany says the steering
    The search for missing boater Carl Mulligan entered its fifth day Sunday. As SCDNR continues to comb Wimbee Creek, Mulligan's family and friends say they will watch and wait by the dock until they get some answers.
  • DHEC, Beaufort County Schools Holds Free TDaP Clinic

    DHEC, Beaufort County Schools Holds Free TDaP Clinic

    About 200 Beaufort and Jasper County kids could be turned away from their school come Friday, if they do not have their TDaP vaccine. DHEC and the Beaufort County School District held a free clinic for the shot at Okatie Elementary on Saturday. However, there are still children who have not been vaccinated.
  • Hundreds of Kids Could Be Dismissed From School Without A TDaP Shot

    Hundreds of Kids Could Be Dismissed From School Without A TDaP Shot

    About 300 seventh graders in Beaufort and Jasper Counties will be turned away from school come Friday, if they do not have their TDaP vaccination by then. This school year is the first time TDap has
    There are still about 200 Beaufort and Jasper County seventh graders who have not had their required TDaP vaccine. Okatie Elementary held a free clinic to administer the vaccine to those in need on Saturday. However, there are still children who could be turned away on September 19 because they never got the shot.
  • Speeding School Bus Has Lady's Island Parent Fear For Child's Life

    Speeding School Bus Has Lady's Island Parent Fear For Child's Life

    A speeding school bus has a parent in the Lowcountry fearing for her kids' lives. The speed limit on Friendship Lane on Lady's Island is 25 mph, but Tanayia LaPointe says one bus comes by her front yard going at least 45. Her front yard also happens to be the neighborhood bus stop, just feet away from the street. Her sign that reads "Hit my kid, you won't need a lawyer" is one way she's taking the situation into her own hands. 
  • Lady's Island Parent, "Hit my child, you won't need a lawyer"

    Lady's Island Parent, "Hit my child, you won't need a lawyer"

    Some parents in the Lowcountry say a school bus speeds down their neighborhood street on Lady's Island every day, and they are afraid for their children's safety. The narrow road is just feet away from
    Tanayia LaPointe fears for the safety of her children when a school speeds down the street in front of her house every morning. The bench in her yard, just feet away from the road is the neighborhood bus stop. Taking matters into her own hands, she posted a homemade sign that reads "Hit my kid, you won't need a lawyer". Now she wants something done to stop this from threatening her kids' safety.
  • Bridges Preparatory Headmaster Says of Charter: "I probably won't ever even read it"

    Bridges Preparatory School's new headmaster is Bernie Schein. He was appointed by the school board on Sunday, but some parents aren't satisfied. Parents express concern with Schein's confession that he hasn't read the school's charter. They plan to petition the board for resignations, and for the reinstallation of former headmaster Melesia Walden. 
  • Bridges Preparatory Headmaster Says of Charter: "I probably won't ever even read it"

    Bridges Preparatory Headmaster Says of Charter: "I probably won't ever even read it"

    Bridges Preparatory School got off to a shaky start after the resignation of Headmaster Melesia Walden. In an emergency meeting on Sunday, its school board appointed retired teacher, Bernie Schein, as
    Bridges Preparatory School's new headmaster is Bernie Schein. He was installed in an emergency meeting Sunday, just after Headmaster Melesia Walden resigned from differences with the board. However, some parents are unhappy with the decision and are worried by his confession that he has not read the charter. Parents plan to petition for resignations from the board, next. 
  • Leaderless Bridges Preparatory Has Parents Planning to Oust School Board

    Leaderless Bridges Preparatory Has Parents Planning to Oust School Board

    Just three weeks after Bridges Preparatory School opened its doors, Headmaster Melesia Walden resigned. Now the teachers, students, and parents are left nearly leaderless.  Parents are questioning what's
    Headmaster Melesia Walden resigned just weeks after Bridges Preparatory opened. Teachers, students, and parents are left nearly leaderless. One group of parents plans to do what they say is best for their children, and call for resignations from the school board, and the reinstatement of Walden. 
  • Leaderless Bridges Preparatory Parents Plan to Oust School Board

    Leaderless Bridges Preparatory Parents Plan to Oust School Board

    Just three weeks into the opening of Bridges Preparatory School, Headmaster Melesia Walden resigned. Teachers, students, and parents were left almost leaderless. One group of parents plan their strategy to appear before the school board Sunday night, calling for resignations from the board, and for the reinstatement of Walden. 
  • Parents in Jasper County Fight for Better Schools

    Parents in Jasper County Fight for Better Schools

    Parents in Jasper County Fight for Better Schools

    Parents and residents in Jasper County continue to fight for better education for their kids. A group met at Sergeant Jasper Park Saturday morning, to plan their course of action to change the
    Parents and residents in Jasper County continue to fight for better education for their kids. A group met at Sergeant Jasper Park Saturday morning, to plan their course of action to change the district's 'F' ranking to an 'A'.
  • Beaufort Bus Workers Could Strike

    Beaufort Bus Workers Could Strike

    A bus driver strike in the lowcountry? It could be a real possibility by the end of this week. Bus workers in Beaufort County may strike if they don't reach a deal this week with Durham Bus Services Beaufort
    A bus driver strike in the lowcountry? It could be a real possibility by the end of this week. Bus workers in Beaufort County may strike if they don't reach a deal this week with Durham Bus Services Beaufort
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  • Spring 2014 Identity Safe Recycling Day Event

    Spring 2014 Identity Safe Recycling Day Event

    The November 2012 Identity Safe Recycling Event was held at the Chatham County Resource Conservation Education Center in Savannah and the Palmetto Goodwill in Bluffton. 40,000 lbs. (20 tons) of your documents
    WSAV, Cintas Document Management, Chatham County, and Bluffton Goodwill and Savannah Shredding are partnering to help protect you from identity theft by providing on-site shredders for sensitive documents. All paper shredded will be recycled. We will also be collecting electronics. The shredding is a one day event.
  • 2014 Relay for Life Events

    2014 Relay for Life Events

    2014 Calendar of Events for the American Cancer Society's RELAY FOR LIFE For More Information please visit: www.cancer.org/relayforlife
    Find a RELAY FOR LIFE event near you!
2014 American Cancer Society's Relay for Life
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