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Friday October 31, 2014
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This Month's Features

Carroll O’Neal Hopes To Add A Line To His Impressive Resume

O’Neal with 2 of his granddaughters L to R: Marlowe Deutsch, age 2, and Elena Deutsch, age 4 at his farm on Johns Island where he raises Angus cattle, racing pigeons, chickens, and produce.

What does a 66-year-old man with an engineering degree and management experience who helped convince the Lowcountry’s most renowned philanthropist to move to Charleston, owns a construction company, renovated and lived in a historic home on the peninsula and later moved to rural Johns Island to farm, ranch and raise racing pigeons do for an encore? If his name is James Carroll O’Neal, he adds a little more excitement to his already full life by launching a political campaign in an effort to unseat an incumbent who has held onto a seat in the South Carolina House for the past 12 years. O’Neal, who goes by his middle name, is determined to add the title “Representative” to his lengthy resume. Though he’s never before entered the world of politics, he thinks he can serve his constituents well simply by listening, learning and coming up with solutions to the problems that plague the people who live in sprawling District 116. “I am convinced t...
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Seniors’ Marketers Missing the Mark

 If you don’t ask, you don’t get. And that applies to the senior discount...
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Lower your Alzheimer’s Risk... Chop, Chop

Get out your cutting boards, your next recipe may take a little slicing and dicing! Maybe ...
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