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4:00 am on Friday October 28, 2011

Old Point, Pigeon Point, Mossy Oaks recommended for first power line improvements

Flickr user jeklee Power lines: A historic distraction. Update October 28: The Island Packet has a very similar report, but with the notable addition of how much improvements will cost in each area and how many homes would be affected. Read that...
10:47 am on Wednesday October 26, 2011

High, low: Beaufort council votes to move power lines out of sight (Updated)

TheDigitel Beautiful beaufort, and power lines. Update: As you might expect, burying power lines is not an extremely quick process and certainly not free, which doesn't make it very exciting to utility companies. The Island Packet has a story that...
4:48 am on Wednesday October 5, 2011

Charleston chosen as trial region for Comcast's 'a la carte' cable service

Image by Flickr user Guanatos GwynAs a Comcast subscriber, are you tired of paying for dozens of channels that you rarely watch? Lowcountry customers who feel taken by their cable packages, listen up: Comcast has announced that viewers can buy MyTV...
12:17 pm on Friday January 7, 2011

Knology announces expansion into Mount Pleasant, digging to commence

Image by Flickr user xcodeGeorgia-based cable TV, telephone and Internet company Knology Inc. has announced that they're expanding their reach into the Mount Pleasant market. The company, which serves nearly all of West Ashley and North Charleston,...
5:54 am on Tuesday September 21, 2010

AT&T's Internet based TV, phone service U-verse comes to Charleston

Image by AT&T The message of this PR shot? "Not only will U-Verse make your family happy, but look even mom can use it!"AT&T U-verse has finally made its way down from Columbia to lil' ol' Charleston and, in a nutshell, is offering a...
6:33 am on Tuesday February 24, 2009

Cable, electric, water, bus, groceries all aim to get more costly

Image by Flickr user travelling.steve Image by 20090224-up.jpg Virtually everywhere you look prices are or are threatening to rise, all while folks aren't making any more, if not flat out losing their jobs. Read more stories on this subject in our...
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