Joe Six Pack Goes to Washington

Joe Six Pack Goes to Washington

Folly’s Freshman congressman Joe Cunningham gets his feet wet By Lorne Chambers & Bill Davis | Folly Current Staff Writers Freshman Congressman Joe Cunningham (D-SC. 1) has had an eventful first month in office. Despite walking straight into the longest government...

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Run for the Light

Race supports Morris Island Lighthouse preservation Special to Folly Current The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is proud to partner with Save the Light, Inc. for the second year to host their annual half marathon and 5K, set for Feb. 2.. Both...

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2019 Year-in -PREview

Taking a look at What’s on the horizon for 2019 By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer Where 2018 was spent dodging hurricanes, starting new renourishments, and the Folly boat’s meanderings, 2019 is shaping up to be more of a year of housekeeping duties on the island....

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Welcome to Coffin Island

A Look At Some of Folly’s Most Haunted Tales By Lorne Chambers | Editor Most folks, locals and visitors alike, tend to have happy memories of Folly Beach. Days in the sun, frolicking in the surf, building sandcastles, etc. But Folly Beach has a darker side. It’s not...

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Flo’s Hit and Flo’s Miss

Folly lost little but gained a lot (of sand) from hurricane Florence By Bill Davis | Contributing Writer Folly Beach could’ve gotten slammed hard by Hurricane Florence right in the middle of its ongoing sand renourishment project last month. Instead, Florence...

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Going to War with Man O’ War

Folly Fights Back Burning Invasion By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer August may be the month when kids go back to school and tourist start to head home, but Folly Beach has swapped them both for something much worse: jellyfish and Portuguese man o’ war. Last month,...

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Raising the Folly Boat

Private efforts to find new spot for boat well underway By Bill Davis | Contributing Writer It has been said that when the people will lead, the leaders will follow. If that’s so, then everyone better get behind local realtor Eric Draper. For years, Draper has been...

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Folly’s $2 Million Question

To develop or not to develop ‘superbeach’ houses? By Bill Davis | Contributing Writer The City of Folly Beach, and the community its government represents and serves, is in a pickle. Due to ongoing renourishment efforts, three more “super beachfront” lots, or...

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Remembering a Folly Original

 Fellow musicians honor Vini Youngblood By Miranda Steadman | Contributing Writer South Carolina native and local musician Vini Youngblood has strummed his last note, played his last tune. Around 11 p.m. on Saturday, June 30, Youngblood was attempting to cross the...

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Being a Good Neighbor

Local surfer Liam Becker awarded the Good Neighbor Award by City of Folly Beach By Lorne Chambers | Editor May 12 seemed like an average Saturday on Folly Beach. Local surfer and businessman Liam Becker took his longboard down to the pier hoping to ride a few of the...

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The Warrior & The Surfer

Catching up with Andrew Manzi of Warrior Surf Foundation By Lorne Chambers | Editor The Fourth of July is upon us and Folly Beach will surely be bursting at the seams with visitors and beach-goers. It’s easy to get caught up in the all the traditional summer fun...

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