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10:40 am on Tuesday April 30, 2013

Building a greener Fightertown

The Department of Defense is the largest consumer of energy in the world. Every year, the armed forces use 3.7 billion kilowatt hours of electricity. In order to protect the environment and save money, the DOD plans on increasing the military’s...
5:15 am on Saturday December 22, 2012

Come check out the mysterious Savannah River Site in 2013

DOE Most of us probably know about the Savannah River Site, a massive 198,344-acre U.S. government site responsible for processing and storing nuclear materials, but few of us have likely seen much of it besides driving through the rural fringes of...
11:15 am on Monday December 17, 2012

Come check out the mysterious Savannah River Site in 2013

Image by DOEMost of us probably know about the Savannah River Site, a massive 198,344-acre U.S. government site responsible for processing and storing nuclear materials, but few of us have likely seen much of it besides driving through the rural...
7:13 am on Wednesday June 13, 2012

North Myrtle Beach Chamber Recognizes Wind Energy Partners

TheDigitelMYR The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitors Bureau recently held a luncheon in conjunction with the North Strand Coastal Wind Team and City of North Myrtle Beach to recognize its Wind Team partners and...
10:16 am on Friday June 1, 2012

Holistic spiritual facility opens in Little River, hosts Law of Attraction workshop

The Grand Strand is now home to the new Life in Balance Spiritual Wellness Center. Life in Balance, Inc. offers the public the opportunity for the study and practice of several modalities helping individuals find the perfect balance between the mind...
7:14 am on Friday May 25, 2012

Summer Arts Camps offered in North Charleston

Space is still available for kids, ages 5 to 13, to participate in Summer Arts Camps sponsored by the City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department. Instruction is offered in visual arts, theatre, and African drum and dance, by local arts...
2:23 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

Charleston Architects' Redesign of Classic Marquee Makes National List

The Atlanta Cities names Sottile Theatre marquee as one of North America’s Most Distinctive May 2, 2012 (Charleston, SC) –  The redesign of the Sottile Theatre marquee in downtown Charleston, SC, a collaboration of architects Whitney Powers and...
11:00 am on Thursday April 5, 2012

Freshfields Village Brings Back the Blues on April 15

Three extraordinary blues bands from around the world will perform at Freshfields Village on Sunday, April 15. Enjoy a spring afternoon at the 8th annual Blues by the Sea with the sounds of urban and soul-flavored blues, funk music, electric tunes...
4:24 am on Wednesday December 14, 2011

Santee Cooper raising rates over next three years (Update: Not approved yet)

TheDigitel Myrtle Beach Update December 14, 2011: Santee Cooper issued a statement that the media is oversimplifying the rate increase.  The budget does include a 4% increase but it has not been approved or voted on. On their Facebook page, Santee...
1:12 am on Wednesday October 26, 2011

Charleston getting electric car charging stations (Update: Online)

Image by Flickr user Adventures of Pam & FrankUpdate October 26: The three stations are online and buzzing with electricity for those of you with electric cars. Right now the only ones online are at the city garage at 75 Calhoun Street, but the...

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