Author Archives: Will Haynie

SC Ports Reports Record Container Volume

S.C. Ports Reports Year-To-Date Container Record April 8, 2018 CHARLESTON – March 21, 2018 – The South Carolina Ports Authority reported a fiscal year-to-date container volume record of over 1.4 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEU) handled since July. SCPA moved 168,480 TEUs during the month of February, which drove a fiscal year-over-year container volume increase of 1.07 percent. “Our ...

Read More »

Weekly Fishing Report!

From our Friends at With heavy winds last week followed by Irma through the weekend there are a limited number of fishing reports. The creeks remain stocked full of shrimp, finger mullet, and good size mud minnows. Live bait presented under a float rig or bumped along the bottom are producing good results for flounder, trout, and bass. The ...

Read More »

“Tarpmageddon” on the Don “Halt” Bridge

Traffic Disaster Area-Wide Well, it was one for the scrapbooks. Wednesday afternoon, a violent summer thunderstorm brought down the tarp on the Don Holt Bridge on 526 and all hell broke loose! Thursday, South Carolina’s Department of Transportation said it plans to help drivers affected by the tarp collapse. “We will be working through that claim process, and we will ...

Read More »

Gas Tax Thoughts: Chas. County Senator Sandy Senn

Detailed Thoughts From A Reluctant Supporter   Charleston County State Senator Sandy Senn posted these detailed thoughts on her Facebook page. We find these informative and enlightening.   About The Gas Tax By Sen. Sandy Senn, (R-Charleston) (Posted on Facebook) I still can’t call the gas tax a user fee. It is a tax. And the one we are likely ...

Read More »

Everything We Know About the “Gas Tax”

There’s so much in this bill, it’ll take a truck to haul it!   HERE IS WHAT IS PROPOSED IF GAS TAX PASSES……. The Senate’s bill raises gas/fuel tax by 12 cents per gallon After much debate and maneuvering, the Senate finally passed its version of a gas tax increase. Its passage is being treated as a triumph for South ...

Read More »
Skip to toolbar