The Ms. Evelyn and Dorothy Marie are 40-foot Corinthian Catamarans that run a continuous loop around Charleston Harbor. From 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. daily, the Charleston Water Taxi boats ferry passengers to and from historical sites and the entertainment and dining district that are unique to the South Carolina coastal town.
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Weight-loss Vacations to Help with Your New Year’s Resolution By Burt Carey Fitness centers love January. After all, that’s the month of the Big American Weight-loss Resolution. Whether it’s a few extra pounds put on over the holidays or a desire to lose serious weight, Americans will spend millions of dollars in the coming […]
Myrtle Beach Has Something for Everyone By Burt Carey With more than 300 hotels, beach-front condos and homes for rent, 100 golf courses and 60 miles of beaches that make up the world-famous Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach plays host to millions of visitors every summer. They key word used around this South Carolina […]
Visiting Historic Aiken, South Carolina By Burt Carey Pick out any 100 people across the country, and only a handful of them will have heard of Aiken, South Carolina, let alone be able to point to it on a map. Aiken is a small city, numbering about 30,000 people, some 20 miles northeast […]
Another person has perished as a result of the brutal crash on S.C. Highway 302 in Aiken Wednesday.
An adolescent boy has his first taste of the criminal life today.
A popular local bagel shop is closing its doors soon, but you still have time to get a taste of what made it so popular.
Bagels Baking, 218 East Gate Drive within the Publix shopping center, has been active for two and a half years. The owners, Mark and Sheila Stern, are closing the store after Christmas because of the toll it has taken on their health and the hard work involved in being up so early and getting everything set up.
Aiken police and the Salvation Army are asking residents of Aiken to be aware of a shyster posing as a bell ringer collecting money for the needy but keeping it for himself.
A man was said to be standing outside of the Food Lion on Richland this week swinging a bell around collecting cash in a jar, but has no ties to the Salvation Army. He apparently stole the iconic red apron and bell and went to work for himself.