After nearly 40 years of business in the real estate realm, a homegrown Isle of Palms realty family is downsizing its assets and reconfiguring its management. Carroll Realty’s office will remain intact, but the rest of the building is in the process of being broken down into office condos and sold off as individual units.Over the past few years, previous owner and mayor Jimmy Carroll has been slowly liquidating himself from the family business. In 2015, he sold the controlling interest of the business to his nephew, Michael Carroll, his nephew’s wife, Ashley Carroll and his sister Kathy Carroll. Now, the family has decided to sell the building itself.“I’m trying to lessen the everyday management obligations of the operations of such a building and streamline my life,” he said. “I’m still a full-time realtor but the additional day-to-day duties of running a busy real estate office are no longer mine.”Prior to selling it, Carroll offered … [Read more...] about IOP mayor downsizes family realty business
On June 26, Charleston mother, businesswoman and Republican state Representative, Nancy Mace (R - Charleston and Berkeley County), announced her candidacy for the United States Congress (1st Congressional District).“The Lowcountry is my home. I grew up here and I’m raising my family here. My whole career has always been about working hard to deliver results - both for my clients in business and for the taxpayers I represent in the General Assembly. But Washington is filled with politicians more worried about being some one, rather than actually doing some thing. I’m tired of the BS and I know voters are too,” Mace said.Mace believes republicans can win back the First Congressional District with the right type of candidate; someone who is supportive of the President especially on infrastructure and immigration; someone who has a solid record of true fiscally conservative values; but also a conservationist who believes in preserving the beauty and quality of life … [Read more...] about Nancy Mace announces bid for First Congressional District
The South Carolina Stingrays announced on June 21 that Ryan Blair has been hired as the club's new assistant coach and manager of hockey operations."While going through the process we realized that Ryan is a guy that checks all the boxes with his experience, work ethic and character," said Steve Bergin, Stingrays head coach and director of hockey operations. "He was a perfect fit for us and he’s very driven, self-motivated and someone that’s going to take this very seriously."“The assistant coach position has always been a very important hire,” said Stingrays president Rob Concannon. “We feel like Ryan has all of the qualities we are looking for. I look forward to watching him work with Steve and our players. We’ve heard nothing but great things about Ryan, his knowledge of the game and his character.”Blair, 33, spent the 2018-19 season as the director of hockey operations for the UMass-Lowell men’s hockey team in the Hockey East under … [Read more...] about Stingrays name Ryan Blair Assistant Coach
Last week, New England Public Radio published a report quoting multiple former employees of the Iron Horse Entertainment Group (IHEG) alleging labor violations, including improper payroll deductions (also known as wage theft), late paychecks, and failure to post required materials informing workers of their rights. Now the Attorney General’s office is rightly looking into the claims. IHEG — comprising of the Iron Horse Music Hall, the Calvin Theater, Pearl Street Nightclub, and the Basement in Northampton and Mountain Park in Holyoke — and its owner Eric Suher are routinely named the villains in a number of ongoing issues with the music venues and in the communities where Suher owns property. The Pearl Street Nightclub, 10 Pearl Street in Northampton, is owned by Eric Suher. In one of the most notorious examples, which the Advocate dubbed “Nightmare on Pearl Street,” 100-plus temperatures and a lack of water during a Baroness show at the Pearl Street … [Read more...] about Editorial: How do you solve a problem like Eric Suher?
Police in Salem, New Hampshire announced they found the boy who was missing for several hours overnight. Sean Corie was found Wednesday morning after he disappeared sometime around 12:30 a.m. Authorities said he was last seen near the intersection of Patte Road and Route 28, according to police. Local authorities thanked state police for their assistance in the case. It is unclear where the Corie was found. Get the latest from necn anywhere, anytime Download the App Available for IOS and Android Follow necn … [Read more...] about Missing Salem, NH Boy Found Safe