Choosing a Realtor involves evaluating their local experience, knowledge of the market and professional approach as the top reasons why you should choose them to represent your interests when you buy or sell a home. Possibly a more important aspect of a Realtor is the relationships full-time professional Realtors nurture with their clients.
Nobody wants to think about a medical emergency happening to them or their loved ones, but the fact is that illnesses and accidents can happen. If they do, your health – or the health of your loved one – shouldn’t wait. Be prepared by knowing now when you should get to the emergency room, what the medical staff can do for you and when the ER may not be the best place for your symptoms.
In its tenth year, Celebrate The Season was primed to fly past the $1-million mark in funds raised to support Berkeley County-area charitable organizations. With a plan developed specifically to keep volunteers and attendees safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the show will indeed go on, highlighted by the Holiday Lights Driving Tour, a mile-long beacon of brilliance that is expected to attract 30,000 visitors.
Since opening its doors in 2019, Lowcountry Community Hospice House has been proud to serve the Tri-County area. In its first year, the hospice house has served more than 350 patients with the highest level of care in its spacious facility that’s decorated to feel as welcoming, serene, and home-like as possible.
It may not be the traditional Grand Opening with food trucks, giveaways, and open house tours, but the times themselves are far from traditional. Thanks to virtual technology however, Home Telecom officially opened their new Nexton Retail Office Oct. 12, with a virtual ribbon-cutting by Home Telecom leaders, employees and Nexton representatives. The official grand opening of the 20,000 square foot Home Telecom Technology Center has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but leasing of retail and office space on the first and second floors are underway with Bridge Commercial.
The Village at Summerville, the flagship community of Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina, is part of a rich heritage of service to people of all faiths. During the early 1950s, ministers and church leaders of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina had a vision to serve seniors. Two prominent leaders, Reverend Dr. Charles Robert Tapp and Reverend Dr. William McLeod Frampton Jr. helped lead the charge. In January 1958, the first 20 residents moved into what was called the Summerville Home.
Since early childhood, Tony Pope was certain of a future career as a businessman—stirred by the entrepreneurial example of his grandfather. “I worked in my grandfather’s store growing up. That inspired me to be a small businessman,” he said. To help reach his adolescent dream, after high school Pope graduated from the University of South Carolina at Columbia, gaining the business background and well-rounded education needed to one day run his own gig.
When someone gets emotional, it’s said that they have a lump in their throat. While that kind of lump is harmless, you may have a reason for concern if you actually see or feel a lump. The symptoms of something more serious are not always obvious. They can mimic other diseases. But if you have a lingering sore throat, a sinus infection that won’t go away, neck pain, voice changes, breathing difficulties, coughing or trouble swallowing, all of these symptoms can be indicators of thyroid cancer.
Lowcountry Orthopaedics is a pioneer in performing same-day joint replacement surgery utilizing the most advanced robotic-arm assisted surgical technology. The first independent practice in the Lowcountry to develop this program in an outpatient surgery center setting, the Robotic Joint Replacement Program at Lowcountry Orthopaedics Outpatient Surgery Center allows patients to have total joint replacement surgery and return home the same day! Patients benefit by eliminating the need for hospital admission and can rehabilitate at home.