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5:58 am on Tuesday June 5, 2012

Shrimply Delicious Shrimp Dinner at Old Village Post House Adds Second Night

Because of the high demand, Old Village Post House has added a second night of its shrimply delicious shrimp dinner with a four-course menu featuring beautiful local shrimp on Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 pm. From beginning to end, culinary...
11:57 am on Tuesday May 1, 2012

North Charleston to Host International Exhibition by French Artist Mariannic PARRA

The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that works by French artist Mariannic Parra will be on display at North Charleston City Hall from May 1-20, 2012. The international exhibition, titled In the Distance of...
5:33 am on Thursday January 26, 2012

High Cotton to celebrate the wines of Burgundy, France

It’s a  celebration of some of the most highly-respected wines of Burgundy, France when High Cotton hosts a wine pairing dinner on Thursday, February 9th, for the Louis Latour Winery Dinner.  Guests will be treated to wines from the world’s top...
3:32 am on Saturday June 26, 2010

French deputy consul awards Legion of Honor to Seabrook vet

At 85-years-old, Seabrook Island resident Mason "Mickey" Dorsey has been awarded the Legion of Honor for his efforts in freeing france during World War II.  The Post and Courier has the story about Dorsey and his unique experiences before and during...
10:00 am on Monday June 29, 2009

France honors local man for WWII heroics

Image by Flickr user wallygImage by 20090629-legion.jpg Stephen M. Carney of Mount Pleasant was awarded the for his help in liberating several cities in France while fighting during World War II. The Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur (the Legion of...
4:42 am on Wednesday August 13, 2008

Force Protection gets $69.5 million order from Marine Corps

Just a few days after delivering the first part of a $94 million order, Ladson-based Force Protection has received a $69.5 million order from the Marine Corps for "the service and support, including spare parts, of its Mine Resistant Ambush...
4:49 pm on Wednesday July 23, 2008

Force Protection gets $3.5M order

Ladson-based Force Protection has just received a $3.5 million order from the French military and will build five of their Buffalo-class armored vehicles for them. The company's mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicles have gotten a lot of...
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