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Liz Ashley, M.A., joins Positively People

Charleston, S.C. – Positively People™ a team of consultants based in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., that works with family enterprises to bring out the best in people, teams, and companies, brought on Liz Ashley. M.A., in the fall of 2019 and has since named her as a senior consultant. In her role as a member of

Charleston Regional Business Journal: E. Boineau & Company adds Metcalfe as senior account manager

CHARLESTON, S.C. – E. Boineau & Company, a marketing communications and public relations firm, based in Charleston, S.C., has added Haley Marie Metcalfe as senior account manager. Metcalfe was with the firm from 2014-2016, until she left the area for Richmond, Va., and rejoined the team with expanded duties in 2019. Metcalfe will manage routine

Haley Metcalfe rejoins E. Boineau & Company

CHARLESTON, S.C. – E. Boineau & Company, a marketing communications and public relations firm, based in Charleston, S.C., has added Haley Marie Metcalfe as senior account manager. Metcalfe was with the firm from 2014-2016, until she left the area for Richmond, Va., and rejoined the team with expanded duties in 2019. Metcalfe will manage routine

Edisto Island Open Land Trust Shucks Things Up for Conservation

Oyster Roast tickets selling fast   Edisto Island, S.C. The Edisto Island Open Land Trust’s annual oyster roast set for Sunday, November 11th at 2:00 pm at Sand Creek Farm, just off of National Scenic Byway 174, is setting up to be another sell-out event.  Tickets are selling faster than ever before, with only about

Post and Courier: A Charleston woman’s house was so flood-ridden the government is helping destroy it

By Robert Behre rbehre@postandcourier.com Downtown Charleston has lost its first house the federal government deemed so great a flood risk that it helped pay to tear it down. A demolition crew began clawing away at the two-story 20th century colonial-style structure on Wednesday and is expected to finish soon. The owner, Elizabeth Boineau, suffered interior

NPR and WBUR Boston’s Here and Now: What Happens When Climate Change Affects Your Ability To Sell Your Home?

Elizabeth Boineau, a Charleston, South Carolina, resident who had planned to sell her 1939 Colonial-style house, will have to tear it down because of repeated flooding. Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Boineau (@eboineau) about what’s happened. “I was flooded three times, and the first was Joaquin, which was a tropical storm that came through

Post and Courier: Bessinger’s, a staple of Charleston BBQ, is shutting down its buffet

Hanna Raskin Bessinger’s, a bedrock of South Carolina barbecue, on Friday announced plans to immediately discontinue the element of its service most unique to the state’s barbecue culture: The buffet. According to a restaurant spokeswoman, the West Ashley restaurant will use the dining room, which up until now housed the buffet, for banquets and Rotary

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