Local SUBWAY® restaurants are taking online reservations to try any 3-inch flatbread sandwich from the breakfast menu and coffee for free at participating restaurants in the Lowcountry area.
Go to the myfreebreakfast.com and select a time and day to visit their neighborhood SUBWAY® restaurant during the breakfast sandwich trial period of Jan. 28 – Feb. 2.
The egg sandwich choices include Bacon, Egg and Cheese; Black Forest Ham, Egg and Cheese; and Steak, Egg and Cheese. An egg white option is available for all breakfast sandwiches.
With the cold, dry winter months upon us, there is no better way to care for a baby’s sensitive skin than with Live Clean (Baby), a unique collection of eco-friendly bath-time products. Using only natural, non-irritating, plant-based ingredients, Live Clean (Baby) keeps little ones looking, feeling and smelling their absolute best.
The collection includes all of the necessary essentials:
• Tearless Shampoo and Wash
• Moisturizing Baby Wash
• Moisturizing Baby Lotion
• Non-Petroleum Jelly
• Diaper Ointment
• Moisturizing Bar Soap
This collection is the answer to both mom’s concerns and baby’s sensitive skin during the chilly months.
Retail: $7.99 Exclusively at Walgreens and Walgreens.com.
To WIN this collection, leave a comment below telling me why you want to try it out. I’ll announce the winner in a couple of weeks!
In an effort to pack Lowcountry Parent with even more helpful information for our readers, it recently went through an exciting redesign that we hope you will enjoy. The new format will begin with this issue.
Continue reading “New year, new you, new us – Welcome to the Lowcountry Parent redesign” »
Charleston County’s Delinquent Tax Department announces a new page on the county’s website to help citizens find out if they are owed money after a tax sale.
Specifically, the new page offers citizens the ability to:
- Find out if there is an unclaimed balance in trust funds due to them as a result of a tax sale.
- See instructions and forms to assist them through the process of claiming funds in their name.
- Check to see if their name is on the list of unclaimed funds (by clicking on the tax sale year link that their property was involved in).
“We receive a lot of calls and emails about unclaimed funds, so hopefully having this information readily available online will make it an easier process for both citizens and our department,” said Tami Quigley, Charleston County’s Delinquent Tax Department paralegal. “Our goal is to get information to citizens who we are unable to contact otherwise.”
For more information on the new option, contact the Charleston County’s Delinquent Tax Department at 843-202-6570 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Obtaining or using public records for commercial solicitation directed to any person in this state is prohibited under Section 30-2-50 of the South Carolina Code of Laws.
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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been pretty busy these past couple of months getting ready for next year. Now, the time has come when I’m allowed to share the news it has been so difficult to keep quiet about.
Get ready to see a brand new Lowcountry Parent next year!
We’ve been working on a complete redesign of the magazine and can’t wait to reveal the new look in January.
Another exciting new development is that the magazine will now be available in Harris Teeter and Piggly Wiggly grocery stores beginning in January.
Want your child on our cover next year?
One of the things I look forward to every month is our cover shoot. It can be tough on those little models, but they have all risen to the occasion. Continue reading “It’s almost 2013!” »