A Welcome Retreat - Horizons at Summers Corner, Lennar's Newest 55+ Community

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Horizons at Summers Corner by Lennar homes is a stunning new 55+ community coming to life amongst the live oaks of Summerville. Presenting the ultimate Lowcountry setting for an active lifestyle, residents will discover the secret that makes Horizons of Summers Corner unlike any other active adult community in the area – luxury amenities and thoughtfully designed homes tucked beautifully in a natural vista beyond compare in Summerville.

AARP South Carolina Introduces Their New State Director

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AARP recently named Charmaine Fuller Cooper as the next State Director in its South Carolina office, following a national search. Fuller Cooper holds a bachelor’s in political science from NC Central University and a master’s in public administration from NC State University. She has worked at AARP for nine years, most recently as Campaigns Field Manager, providing guidance and support for lobbying and advocacy tactics to nine state offices.

Choose Lake Country Living with Hunter Quinn Homes

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Gregory Pointe by Hunter Quinn Homes , located within the Deercreek at Wyboo community, is designed for those who seek lowcountry-inspired lifestyle in a location that can be deemed an “adventurer’s paradise”. Welcome home to Lakecountry. Based in Manning, South Carolina, just outside of the tri-county area; the Gregory Pointe community is an ideal place for those who want to be close to the Lowcountry yet enjoy a more peaceful, rural setting.

Can I Quit My Job While I Have a Pending Workers' Compensation Claim?

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The workers’ compensation attorneys at the Steinberg Law Firm hear this question multiple times a day. The answer can be complicated. In general, we advise injured workers against leaving their job in the middle of a workers’ comp case. However, each case is different, and we encourage anyone who is injured to reach out to an experienced work injury attorney for guidance. If you have a workers’ compensation case and quit your job, you risk losing some of your benefits, particularly as it relates to wages.

7 Steps to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten

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Kindergarten is a special academic year for all kids: it’s the first in a child’s formal education. Yes, Kindergarten is a time to learn academic skills in the classroom, but there is also a great deal of learning to do in terms of how to behave in a classroom setting, how to contribute to the group, and how to come to school each day ready to learn.

Tips on Renting a Room in Your House

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If you have an extra bedroom in your house, you might want to consider making some extra money by renting it out. Taking on a renter has the potential to provide you with a steady income stream. It can also be a great way to have a person who can help pitch in with an extra set of hands around the house, or a person to converse with over a glass of wine every now and then at the end of a long day.

When a Workers' Comp Injury Needs an Attorney Experienced in Complex Cases

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Some workers’ compensation cases are straightforward: An employee is injured at work, and the system pays for his or her medical treatment, lost wages, and vocational rehabilitation, even if the injury was their fault. In cases like these, an attorney may be needed if there is a delay in benefit payments or medical treatment. Other cases, however, are much more complex, according to Adam Greene, an attorney at the Steinberg Law Firm.

Brand New Homesites. Same Great, Award-Winning Community.

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If you’re looking for an active-adult community with a diverse lifestyle program that delivers award-winning fun and personalized new homes, now is the time to tour Cresswind Charleston. “We’ve released a new neighborhood and have a wide range of homesites available. Choose the perfect view and the exact location you want. Then, select the home style and floorplan that best suit you and personalize it right down to the finishes and fixtures to make it your own,” explains Cresswind Charleston New Home Consultant, Christina Rollyson.

Hunter Quinn Homes' Build on Your Land

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Hunter Quinn Homes is a local hometown builder with a promise– to build quality experiences with and for the communities in which they build. Part of this promise includes evolving their business to include initiatives that cater to the needs of homebuyers who own land and are ready to build new. Hunter Quinn Homes’ introduced its Build on Your Land (BOYL) division, HQ HomeSights, in 2020, presenting a one-stop-shop for homebuyers with a vision for their home who seek to live outside of the traditional Charleston city and community life.

The Inn at Middleton: A Getaway Without Going Away

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Are you overworked, anxious, or overwhelmed by the stressors of these unusual times? Wouldn’t you love to find an oasis in your backyard – a staycation that transports you far away? Somewhere nestled in breathtaking natural surroundings and offering entrée into one of America’s iconic historic sites? Wouldn’t you love to spend a few nights in a place whose award-winning architecture melds the inside and outside worlds?

Three Summer Cocktails to Sip

Mex 1 Coastal Cantina is a Baja-inspired beach bar with locations in Sullivan's Island, West Ashley and Mount Pleasant and prides itself on providing an endless summer to customers year-round with craveable tacos and memorable margaritas. The restaurant’s main inspiration came from their surf trips down the Baja Peninsula, cruising down the Mex 1 highway, stopping along the way for light, fresh flavors at local cantinas.

Carolina Park Has Mastered The Art Of The Master-Planned Community

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With the warm days of summer fast approaching, Carolina Park continues to shine as the region’s premier master-planned community. Over the past ten years, the maturation of this remarkable 1,700 acre community has been nothing less than spectacular, and very much in keeping with the overarching vision established more than a decade ago.

Local Charleston Company Provides Top-Notch Production Quality For Any Event In The Lowcountry And Beyond

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AV Connections didn't reach the pinnacle of the audiovisual rental and event industry by remaining on the sidelines when the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way people were doing business in the Lowcountry and beyond. Instead, the Charleston-based company dipped into its innovation-based toolbox to find meaningful ways to help its clients hold their events efficiently, effectively, and, most importantly, safely.

What To Do When Your Child Has Been Injured

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Your top priority if your child is injured is to make certain he or she is OK and, if necessary, to seek medical treatment right away. Your next step, regardless of whether your son or daughter was involved in an automobile accident, bitten by a dog, or knocked off his or her bicycle by a car, should be to report the incident to the local police department.

The Importance of Grief Support

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Remembering your lost loved one’s anniversary can be a daunting day. This anniversary is typically a day of sadness and remembrance, but there are many ways that you can use this time to honor and pay respects to your loved one. Here are a few beautiful ways to keep your loved one alive in your mind and memory on this special day.

MOA Architecture Restores Historic Buildings - and Yours

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In Daytona Beach, Florida sits the very house from which South Carolina-born Mary McLeod Bethune, the daughter of slaves, executed a revolutionary idea -- establishing a college for Negro women in 1904 that developed into what is now Bethune-Cookman University’s foundation. The renowned educator, feminist and civil rights advocate was a woman ahead of her time.

Nephron Innovation

If your best friend decided to start a business, what would you want it to be? Something that contributes in a positive way to people’s health and well-being? An innovative company that attracts customers, expands continually, and creates jobs for hundreds of your neighbors? A fun place to work, led by a dynamic leader widely admired by everyone from employees to governors? A company recognized in its industry and its community for both its business and corporate citizenship practices?

Our Volunteers Make a Difference

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little help around the yard, it’s always a wonderful feeling to know someone is there to lend a hand. AARP stands behind this. As a non-profit organization that empowers people to choose how they live their lives as they age, their motto is “To serve, not be served.” Their team prides itself on assisting senior communities—and they couldn’t do it without the help of their generous volunteers.

Duke Energy's DE&I Programs

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At Duke Energy, diversity, equity and inclusion are more than just an attempt to show that the company is making an effort to build a diverse and talented workforce. Instead, DE&I is “a business imperative that is wired into how we power communities and run our business,” according to Duke Energy’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Cameron McDonald.

K. Hovnanian's® Four Seasons at Lakes of Cane Bay Puts the "Active" in Active Adult Community

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K. Hovnanian’s® Four Seasons at Lakes of Cane Bay is a new active adult community in Summerville, South Carolina offering lakefront, resort-style living. With beautiful single-family homes, and both the tranquility and the adventure of living by the water, Four Seasons at Lakes of Cane Bay provides an active, engaging and neighborly lifestyle in a beautiful, amenity-filled setting.

Artisphere presented by TD Bank Returns to Greenville

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Artisphere is primed and ready to rebound from what was a down year for just about everyone and strengthen its lofty status as the South Carolina Upstate’s signature event. From May 6 through May 8, between 70,000 and 90,000 people are expected to fill the streets of downtown Greenville for three days of celebrating and venerating art, music and culture and, of course, food and drink.

Charleston Balloon Company Paves the Way for Balloons in the Event Industry

Did you know that the largest balloon retailer in North America lives right here at home in West Ashley? As a mother of five with a plethora of experience planning and hosting events for her family and local community, Charleston Balloon Company’s Senior Designer and CEO, Jill Shortreed has been active in the event and balloon industry for nearly 25 years. She is now an industry leader and public speaker; teaching other small business owners how to take their business to the next level—just as she did. Each day, both Jill and her team at Charleston Balloon Company strive to change the way that the world views and experiences balloons.

Your Rights When It Comes to Eminent Domain

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Did you know that a government entity can acquire your home and the property it sits on for what it deems to be a public purpose? With that said, keep in mind that you also have rights when a city, county, or utility decides to exercise its option of eminent domain. What are your rights as a citizen, an entity, a business, or a tenant?

Your Rights When It Comes to Eminent Domain

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Did you know that a government entity can acquire your home and the property it sits on for what it deems to be a public purpose? With that said, keep in mind that you also have rights when a city, county, or utility decides to exercise its option of eminent domain. What are your rights as a citizen, an entity, a business, or a tenant?

Charleston Gaillard Center - Pepperland

The Charleston Gaillard Center is preparing to host a performance emphasizing the genius of one of the world’s premier choreographers and the eternal popularity of an iconic quartet. And while the alluring combination of the energy of Mark Morris Dance Group and the nostalgia of The Beatles is certain to light up the Martha & John M. Rivers Performance Hall, the two-day celebration also will offer much more than one night of captivating entertainment.

Spring Cleaning Just Got Easier

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Have you ever rented a storage unit and packed it with so many items that you couldn’t find something when you needed it? Did you realize too late that you didn’t have enough things to store and ended up paying for space you didn’t need? Do you have to find a good friend who is willing to loan you a pickup truck or—even worse—rent one every time you move items from your house or apartment to a storage unit?

Local Builder Teams Up with HGTV for Dream Homes

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Your chance to own a piece of Summerville’s TV production history has finally arrived. The four homes built by local builder, Hunter Quinn Homes for season 3 of HGTV’s “Rock the Block” series will be on the market for sale in early April. You can own a one-of-a-kind home in the award-winning Nexton Community designed by Fixer to Fabulous hosts Dave and Jenny Marrs, sisters Lyndsay and Leslie from Unsellable Houses, Egypt and Mike from Married to Real Estate, or Keith and Evan from Bargain Block.

How to Keep Loved Ones Safe from Nursing Home Neglect

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As the threat of COVID-19 decreases, families can finally visit with their loved ones who have spent over a year isolated in nursing homes. While some nursing home residents communicated with their family through video conferencing, most relied upon telephone calls or had no family contact of any kind due to physical or cognitive limitations. Residents falling into these last two categories were thus not “seen” by family for over a year. Beyond the obvious depression resulting from isolation and an inability to see the faces of those you love, the absence of meaningful visitation meant people did not know whether their loved ones were being properly cared for.

Your Rights When It Comes to Eminent Domain

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Did you know that a government entity can acquire your home and the property it sits on for what it deems to be a public purpose? With that said, keep in mind that you also have rights when a city, county, or utility decides to exercise its option of eminent domain. What are your rights as a citizen, an entity, a business, or a tenant?

Tech World Descends on Charleston for the 10th Anniversary of DIG SOUTH Tech Summit

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The iconic tech event of the Southeast returns to Charleston May 11 through 13 for the tenth year as the tech-savvy converge on TD Arena for the DIG SOUTH Tech Summit. The extravaganza is offering the region’s best contacts, content, and capital opportunities and celebrating a decade on the cutting edge with all of the benefits participants have come to love … and much more.

Charleston Wine + Food Returns to the Holy City

Are you ready for Charleston Wine + Food? This five-day celebration of food, wine, and entertainment returns to the Lowcountry this year from March 2 through March 6, adding to the Holy City’s reputation as a culinary destination and allowing locals and visitors alike to enjoy an array of restaurants and more than 100 live events.

Working Together for a More Equitable Tomorrow

Each February, TD Bank joins individuals and organizations in recognizing the contributions of African Americans during Black History Month. We celebrate Black culture, those who have helped mold it, and those who continue to inspire Black Excellence. We are excited to honor the legacy of Black icons whose contributions are helping foster the next generation of Black leaders in the Carolinas and shaping a brighter future for us all.

Violence in the Workplace: When Does it Qualify for Workers' Compensation?

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Workplace violence among employees and between customers and employees continues to be a major issue in the United States. When these altercations occur, are people who suffer injuries eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits? The answer to that question is both simple and complex, according to Steven E. Goldberg, a partner and attorney with the Steinberg Law Firm.

Bozzelli and Sons Heating and Air Carries On a 50-Year Family Legacy of Quality and Trust

Phillip Bozzelli was 13 years old when he started riding to work with his father. Soon enough, he was crawling under houses and running ductwork for the heating and air conditioning company that his dad owned. Once he graduated high school, he went to work full-time, and before long, he was in his own truck with the family name emblazoned on the side.

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