The firm will be preparing a bechamel deep-dish lasagne and white bean soup with andouille and kale for the 2011 Taste of Goose Creek. Come support local charities, bask in the sun and enjoy a wide variety of homemade dishes at this year’s Taste of Goose Creek.
This month the S.C. House of Representatives gave third and final approval to a comprehensive tort reform bill. The measure, which would limit punitive damages in lawsuits and require certain procedures when awarding damages, has the support of many business organizations, which say it will lower the cost of doing business in the state and […]
Being charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is a life changing experience. Many times, the people charged with this crime have little to no experience with the criminal justice system and, therefore, have no idea what to expect. Also, DUI charges are ones which law enforcement officers are County Solicitors very aggressive in prosecuting. […]
In recent years the number of fatal automobile accidents in the Charleston area has been on the rise. Now it is more important than ever to use caution when driving whether traveling on country roads, interstates, city streets or through parking lots. Accidents can occur when you least expect them and can often times involve […]
If you do not subscribe to the Post and Courier I have provided exerpts from today’s issue dated January 11, 2011 highlighting Goose Creek’s rise to prominence within the State of South Carolina. This article, written by Dave Munday, is a fine tribute to our City and hopefully it will lead to greater recognition in the future […]
Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties have been one of the nation’s most attractive destinations for local, national and international businesses over the past twenty years. Charleston’s status as a business hub has never been more evident than it is today with the likes of Boeing, Quoizel, Google, Bosch and Diamler locating to the lowcountry. This […]