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11:07 am on Monday June 4, 2012

Charleston Resident Helps New Movers with Welcomemat Services

   Having moved three times over the past year, Charleston resident Randy Rhea knows how difficult it can be for people to get acquainted and familiar with their new community or neighborhood. The Atlanta native relocated to Augusta, Ga., in July...
1:44 pm on Friday May 18, 2012

Slow Money Alliance Establishing a SC Chapter - Meeting May 22, 2012

Josh Silverman of Jericho Advisors Named to InnoVenture Presenter ListSince mid-2010, local SLOW MONEY chapters have emerged in dozens of locales across the country and now one is being formed in South Carolina. Josh Silverman of Jericho Advisors...
8:04 am on Thursday May 3, 2012

Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne)

 Notes on Quotes           Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne) By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer “The Indians set a high value on their white earth: however I...
8:06 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

YESCAROLINA AND MOTLEY RICE SUPPORT YOUNG LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS

Inaugural competition gives students opportunity to participate in business plan competitions Students from four Charleston County schools will compete in a series of business plan competitions organized by Youth Entrepreneurship South Carolina (...
3:42 pm on Monday April 30, 2012

Charleston, SC Company, Jericho Advisors Launches New Web Site

 For immediate release Contact:  Sharon Bruner 843-425-8451 bruner1563@gmail.com         Charleston, SC Company - Jericho Advisors - Launches New Web Site   CHARLESTON, SC - Josh Silverman, Managing Partner of Jericho Advisors has announced the...
5:03 am on Monday June 22, 2009

Group aims to save forgotten Confederate Statehouse

Image by The Dawkins HouseImage by 20090622-union.jpg The Dawkins House in Union was the last Statehouse of Confederate South Carolina.The Dawkins House is the little-known last Confederate Statehouse of South Carolina, and it sits rotting away...
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