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Lookaway Inn in North Augusta | ETV Shorts

January 8, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Lookaway Inn

Lookaway Inn was built by James U. Jackson, the founder of North Augusta, for this brother Walter. The beautiful home is known as a landmark as it sits prominently on a hill overlooking the city.

Marlboro County History and Museum | ETV Shorts

January 8, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Marlboro History

The County of Marlboro was established in 1785 and has a very rich agricultural history. The Marlboro County Museum is a 4-building complex featuring the Jennings-Brown House, Medical Museum, Female Academy and the Kinney House which displays many artifacts from within the...

PBS Newshour and Fort Mill High School | ETV Shorts

January 8, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
High School

Fort Mill High School's television production class has something new to add to there resume. The students have been participating in a program called Student Reporting Labs where they get the opportunity to work on a national level and showcase their work through PBS...

Parks of Barnwell | ETV Shorts

January 8, 2016 - Posted in Local
parks

The City of Barnwell is not only a place full of history, but it's also a place with a myriad of recreational options.With six parks to meet just about anyone's needs, it makes sense that the slogan for the city is "Live Well in Barnwell."

Ridgeland Veterans Memorial Park | ETV Shorts

January 8, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
memorial

The Town of Ridgeland has something big to unveil this Veterans Day! It's a new park dedicated to all service men and women from Jasper County. The ceremony will be held on November 11, 2011 and is open to the public.

Future Fresh Farm | Student Media Project

January 7, 2016 - Posted in Local by M. Ostoits
Future Fresh Farm

Food deserts are all too common in America’s urban communities. Its name comes from the distance of grocery stores from fresh food, for people living in an urban environment, primarily in black communities. Germaine Jenkins has not only solved the food desert problem in one...

Cupcake Castle | Student Media Project

January 7, 2016 - Posted in Local by D. Nechodom
Cinema South

Cupcake Castle owner Tim Robinson says that his bakery and ice cream parlor is all about smiles. Located in a charming building in downtown Greer, South Carolina, is Cupcake Castle. It's one of a number of new small businesses that has been opened in Greer, South Carolina...

Greer Bow Tie | Student Media Project

January 7, 2016 - Posted in Local by D. Nechodom
Greer Bow Tie

Empire Ltd. is a consignment clothing store located in downtown Greer, South Carolina that specializes in the production of bow ties made from reclaimed materials. James Carter takes pride in his ability to outfit people on any budget. He says that he got his start out of...

Santa Reveals a Secret to the Children of South Carolina

December 20, 2015 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Santa

Christmas is around the corner and we, the good folks at Palmetto Scene, decided to interview the man in red himself. Santa Claus took a few minutes out of his busy holiday schedule to answer a few of our pressing questions. In the interest of the children of South Carolina...

Woodworker's Guild Builds Toys for Christmas

December 14, 2015 - Posted in Local

The guild is the largest woodworking group in the Southeast, and many of the organization’s projects center around charity. Palmetto Scene spent time with the craftsmen, seeing just what goes into making a toy for a special child on Christmas.

Governor's Mansion Ready for the Holidays

December 14, 2015 - Posted in Local

An inside look at the Columbia Garden Club decorating the S.C. Governor's Mansion for Christmas.

New Legislation Could Make Killing a Police Dog a Major Crime in S.C.

December 7, 2015 - Posted in Local by Katie Geer
Dog

This coming legislative session will see the introduction of a new bill that would increase the penalties to those convicted of harming or killing a police dog or police horse. Rep. Jonathon Hill and Rep. Neal Collins are sponsoring a bill named "Fargo's and Hyco's Law."...

War Dog Memorial Dedicated in Columbia

November 23, 2015 - Posted in Local by Katie Geer
War Dogs

A seven-foot bronze statue now stands in Memorial Park in the city of Columbia honoring the war dogs that have fought throughout the decades. The statue is in the form of a Vietnam dog handler and a German Shepherd, to pay tribute to the 4,000 dogs that served in the war...

Lowcountry Chefs Launch Cookbook-Writing School

November 18, 2015 - Posted in Local

If you asked your favorite chef whether he or she works at a restaurant or at home, or if they would like to write their own cookbook, you would probably be told yes. However, many of these cooks don't because it can be a daunting task to write any book, much less one that...

Meet Harold Hatcher, Chief of the Waccamaw Indian People

November 16, 2015 - Posted in Local

“No great man became great by doing what his predecessors did. Great people see things that are wrong and fix them.” These are the words that Chief Hatcher lives by. Harold Hatcher is the chief of the Waccamaw people . He has been chief since the tribe's founding in 1992...

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