A Big Slice of Charleston’s Wedding Cake

A Big Slice of Charleston’s Wedding Cake

Folly Beach has become a hotspot for weddings, engagements, bachelorette parties, anniversaries, and all things matrimonial by Jenny Peterson | Contributing Writer It’s a regular scene on Folly Beach: rows of chairs arranged on the beach facing the ocean and a simple...

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Folly’s No-No List Lengthens

The chasm between folly’s fun-time contingent and those making rules continues to grow as does the list of things no longer allowed  By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer So many things are no longer allowed on Folly Beach, and the list may be getting longer. Dogs this...

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All Quiet on the Folly Front

Council set to vote on stricter noise  ordinance this month that could affect several local businesses By Bill Davis | News Editor Folly is either about to get a lot quieter, or another step too close to becoming Isle of Palms. On Tuesday, May 14, City Council will...

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Catching Summer Fun

Cast Off Monthly Fishing Tournament Series kicks off in May Special to The Current This spring and summer, catch fish, fun, and prizes at the Charleston County Parks & Recreation Commission’s Cast Off Fishing Tournament at the Folly Beach and Mt. Pleasant fishing...

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Dead Boat Round-Up

Local, state, and federal agencies working together to remove derelict boats from waterways by Bill Davis | Contributing Writer We see them out there in the water, lurking and moored. Deadbeat boats whose owners have abandoned them to the winds and the tides. Most of...

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Celebrate Dolphin Week

Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network is asking for your help in counting and protecting our local dolphin by Lorne Chambers | Editor While Discovery Channel has practically made a national holiday out of Shark Week, local non-profit the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network...

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Pier Pressure

Folly’s pier is under attack by marine worms By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer The Charleston County government is in the “discovery phase” of replacing the Folly Beach Pier, while at the same time taking steps to repair damage done by sea worms that have bored...

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The Last Hurrah for Folly Gras

Folly’s most controversial festival has let the good times roll for the last time By Lorne Chambers | Editor Most people have seen the video by now. A young girl kicks a defenseless bouncer in the head as he subdues an unruly young man on Center Street. The bouncer...

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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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