Palmetto Trees
Monday, July 28, 2014
Posted by k.dennis
Summers in South Carolina are known for being a bit more than steamy. However, a new study on heat and its impact from researchers at Emory University and other institutions suggests that there may be an increase in heat waves in the future, leading to increased death rates. According to the... + continue reading
tomato festival
Monday, July 28, 2014
Posted by m.ziehe
The 5th Annual Palmetto Tasty Tomato Festival was held Saturday at City Roots Urban Farm. The event featured live music, local food and drinks, a tomato bobbing contest, face painting, photo contests, tomato tasting, and other activities. According to the Tasty Tomato Festival website, “the... + continue reading
Peaches
Friday, July 25, 2014
Posted by k.geer
South Carolina is known as the "Tastier Peach State," and with the 30-40 peach varieties that are grown statewide, your taste buds have quite the selection from which to choose. Typically, Georgia is thought of as the largest peach-producing state, but it is actually ranked third, behind first-... + continue reading
Peaches
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Posted by k.dennis
Students will be introduced to healthier options when it comes to snacking, as the United States Department of Agriculture is enforcing new federal regulations with their new “Smart Snacks in School” standards. “Smart Snacks in School,” will lead to changes within student group fundraisers,... + continue reading
Gaillard
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Posted by r.schwartz
Gaillard’s Charleston takes a look at the political career of Charleston native and former mayor J. Palmer Gaillard, Jr. Gaillard made a significant impact on the city during his time by not only saving Charleston from economic disaster, but also by expanding the city’s boundaries and molding... + continue reading
Palmetto Trees
tomato festival
Peaches
Peaches
Gaillard

Home Page

Featured Content

Bumper T Caring Clowns
Thursday, 17/07/14
"The most precious gift one person can give to another is attention." That's what Robert Mason, a.k.a. DOCTOR GEEZER, says about his work through the volunteer organization Bumper T Caring Clowns. The program uses therapeutic clowning as a tool to promote the healing process through laughter. According to the website, these clowns are "... + continue reading

Arts & Culture

tomato festival
Monday, 07/28/14
The 5th Annual Palmetto Tasty Tomato Festival was held Saturday at City Roots Urban Farm. The event featured live music, local food and drinks, a tomato bobbing contest, face painting, photo contests... + continue reading

Business & Economy

Baseball
Monday, 07/14/14
Palmetto Scene recently visited the Dixie Youth Baseball fields in Lexington, S.C., which is home to the upcoming 2014 Dixie Youth World Series. The tournament, which runs from August 8 through... + continue reading

Education

Barnwell 45
Thursday, 07/17/14
Members of the Barnwell community have extended a helping hand in support of the newest Barnwell School District 45 Summer Reading Camp program. The program offers third-grade students the... + continue reading

Health

Palmetto Trees
Monday, 07/28/14
Summers in South Carolina are known for being a bit more than steamy. However, a new study on heat and its impact from researchers at Emory University and other institutions suggests that there may... + continue reading

Politics

Gaillard
Thursday, 07/24/14
Gaillard’s Charleston takes a look at the political career of Charleston native and former mayor J. Palmer Gaillard, Jr. Gaillard made a significant impact on the city during his time by not only... + continue reading

Technology

computers
Monday, 07/14/14
Google South Carolina is celebrating an education milestone in our state’s Lowcountry. At the start of this past school year, they launched a two-year pilot program that created after-school and... + continue reading