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Privacy Fences: A great privacy fence not only protects your family from the prying eyes of strangers. It can be great for security, too. Available in a variety of materials like vinyl and wood, privacy fences transform spaces like backyards into secluded hideaways. Ask Five Star Fence about decorative options, too, like post caps, coordinating gates, and lattice panel tops.

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Picket Fences: If you want to capture the essence of Americana, a picket fence might be your best choice. One of the most beloved styles of all time, many picket fences come with heavy-duty vinyl and feature extra-wide posts with slimmer top and bottom rails. You can also choose from several stylish wooden picket fences to enhance your home's appearance.

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Chain Link Fences: Chain link fencing is one of the most common, cost-effective ways to keep your property safe. Available in galvanized and aluminized options, you can also select vinyl coated colors like black and green. For extra security, Five Star Fence Company can install barbed wire and even automatic gates if needed.

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Aluminum Fences: Often considered the ultimate combo of beauty, durability, and strength, aluminum fencing enhances your home's curb appeal and protects too. Warranted by the manufacturer for life, aluminum fences at Five Star Fence Company come in many colors and styles. We even have a variety of heights to pick from as well, including special order aluminum fences.

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Wooden Fences: From heavy-duty lattice fences made with pressure-washed pine to traditional estate-style split-rail fencing, wooden fences are affordable and effective. But wood fences do more than fill a need - they add value and style to your home. Fenced-in yards are a hot commodity in today's real estate market and can boost the value of your home if you're looking to sell. In terms of ROI, wood fencing is near the top of the list. At Five Star Fence Company, our design team will work closely with you to install the wooden fence of your dreams.

Frequently Asked Fencing Questions

At Five Star Fence, we do everything in our power to make your fence installation easy, streamlined, and effortless on your end. If you're considering a new fence installation, you probably have some questions about our process. To help address some of your concerns, here are answers to some of the most common questions that come across our desks.

Q. I need a fence installed for my home in Johns Island. How long will it take?

A. A typical residential fence takes between two to four days to complete, depending on the size and build of your home. We will do our best to cater to your busy schedule and offer reliable fence installation services Monday-Friday. Should you have specific needs on the day of your fence installation, please let our staff know so that we can do our best to work with you.

Q. Another company told me that they don't use cement to secure posts in the ground. Is that true?

A. Absolutely not. Do not let anyone tell you that you do not need your posts cemented in the ground. At Five Star Fence, every post we plant is cemented into the ground, no questions asked. Depending on the type of fence that we're installing for you, your posts will be about 24-48 inches in the ground to ensure stability and durability.

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Whether you need a new, beautiful wood fence to enhance curb appeal or an aluminum fence to help secure your residential property, Five Star Fence Company is here to help. After 28 years in the business, we have the knowledge and the experience to get the job done right. We pledge to provide you with honest work and the best fencing services in the Lowcountry. Contact our office today to get started on your free quote. Before you know it, your property will be a safer, more enjoyable place to spend time all year long.

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September events at Charleston County Parks

Looking to add some special events to your September calendar? Charleston County Parks offers a variety of activities from live music to fishing across the Charleston area.Special EventsToast Under The OaksJohns Island County ParkSept. 1, 5 - 7 p.m.Come enjoy Toast Under the Oaks while exploring Johns Island County Park. Guests will enjoy wine, beer, and live music from Gracie Trice, while experiencing the beauty of this 738-acre park. Food truck fare will be available for purchase on-sit...

Looking to add some special events to your September calendar? Charleston County Parks offers a variety of activities from live music to fishing across the Charleston area.

Special Events

Toast Under The Oaks

Johns Island County Park

Sept. 1, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come enjoy Toast Under the Oaks while exploring Johns Island County Park. Guests will enjoy wine, beer, and live music from Gracie Trice, while experiencing the beauty of this 738-acre park. Food truck fare will be available for purchase on-site from Kees Kitchen and Mac Daddy food truck.

Fee: $20 in advance; $25 at the event

Ages: 21 and up

Cast Off Fishing Tournament

Mount Pleasant Pier

Sept. 3, 6 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Anglers of all ages and experience levels are invited to catch fish, fun, and prizes at the Mount Pleasant Pier’s Cast Off Fishing Tournament series. The pier is built on pilings from the old Silas N. Pearman Bridge, which have become a haven for many types of fish including red drum, spotted sea trout, flounder and sheepshead.

Fee: $10 ages 13 and up, $9 for members of the military, $8 seniors and ages 12 and under, and $5 fishing pass holders

Ages: All ages, chaperones are required for ages 15 and under.

https://www.ccprc.com/2038/Cast-Off-Fishing-Tournaments

Wine Down Wednesday

Old Towne Creek County Park

Sept. 7, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come Wine Down your Wednesday and explore Old Towne Creek County Park, one of West Ashley’s hidden gems. Guests will enjoy wine and live music, while experiencing the beauty of this natural site. A commemorative wine glass is included with your admission. Food truck fare will be available for purchase on-site.

Fee: $20 in advance

Ages: 21 and up

Yappy Hour

Wannamaker County Park

Sept. 8, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come out and enjoy the Wannamaker County Park Dog Park with your furry friend! Enjoy live music from a local Charleston performer and spend some quality time with your pup in the great outdoors. Alcohol will be available for purchase, and a valid ID is required. No outside food or alcohol permitted.

Fee: FREE with park admission fee

Ages: ANY

Dog Day Afternoon: Splash Island

Palmetto Islands County Park / Splash Island Waterpark in Mount Pleasant

Session 1: Sept. 10, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Session 2: Sept. 10, 1 – 3 p.m.

It’s your dogs’ turn to cool off and enjoy Splash Island for a day at the end of the summer. Select water attractions will open to cool down dogs from the summer heat; owners should not enter the water past knee depth. Concessions will be available for purchase on-site. Be sure to bring a collar, leash, waste bags, and verify vaccinations are up to date. Visit charlestoncountyparks.com or call (843) 795-4386 for more information.

Fee: $15 in advance

Dog Day Afternoon: Splash Zone Session 1

James Island County Park / Splash Zone Waterpark

Session 1: Sept. 10, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Session 2: Sept. 10, 1 – 3 p.m.

It’s your dogs’ turn to cool off and enjoy Splash Zone for a day at the end of the summer. Select water attractions will open to cool down dogs from the summer heat; owners should not enter the water past knee depth. Concessions will be available for purchase on-site. Be sure to bring a collar, leash, waste bags, and verify vaccinations are up to date. Visit charlestoncountyparks.com or call (843) 795-4386 for more information.

Fee: $15 in advance

Dog Day Afternoon: Whirlin’ Waters

Wannamaker County Park / Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark

Session 1: Sept. 11, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Session 2: Sept. 11, 1 – 3 p.m.

It’s your dogs’ turn to cool off and enjoy Whirlin’ Waters for a day at the end of the summer. Select water attractions will open to cool down dogs from the summer heat; owners should not enter the water past knee depth. Concessions will be available for purchase on-site. Bring a collar, leash, waste bags, and verify vaccinations are up to date. Visit charlestoncountyparks.com or call (843) 795-4386 for more information.

Fee: $15 in advance; $20 at the event

Toast Under The Oaks

Johns Island County Park

Sept. 15, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come enjoy Toast Under the Oaks while exploring Johns Island County Park. Guests will enjoy wine, beer, and live music from Noah Grove, while experiencing the beauty of this 738-acre park. Food truck fare will be available for purchase from True Lowcountry and Xperience Kulture.

Fee: $20 in advance; $25 at the event

Ages: 21 and up

Starlight Yoga

Mount Pleasant Pier

Sept. 15, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

The moon and stars enhance this flowing yoga class. Open to all fitness levels. Live music provided. Participants will receive a special glow in the dark prize.

Fee: $10 in advance; $12 at the event

Ages: 12 and up

Dancing on the Cooper: Louie D. Project

Mount Pleasant Pier

Sept. 17, 7-10:30 p.m.

Enjoy scenic views of the Charleston Harbor while dancing and listening to live music from Wet Nose Dogs. Live music starts at 7:30.

Fee: $8 in advance; $10 at the event

Ages: 4 and up

Yappy Hour

Wannamaker County Park

Sept. 22, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come out and enjoy the Wannamaker County Park Dog Park with your furry friend! Enjoy live music from a local Charleston performer and spend some quality time with your pup in the great outdoors. Alcohol will be available for purchase, and a valid ID is required. No outside food or alcohol permitted.

Fee: FREE with park admission fee

Ages: ANY

Evening of Remembrance

McLeod Plantation Historic Site

Sept. 25, 4 – 7 p.m.

Evening of Remembrance: Leia’s Story is a fundraiser in support of the Charleston County Parks Foundation’s Cultural History Fund. Leia was purchased by the McLeods in 1856. She lived her entire life at McLeod Plantation, but her story of resilience has become known worldwide. This precious little girl, who came to McLeod Plantation alone, would leave a legacy of nearly 100 descendants. You won’t forget Leia’s story!

Ticket includes drinks, hors d’oeuvres prepared by Chef BJ Dennis, and a performance by a brass quintet from the Charleston Symphony Orchestra.

Fee: $75 in advance ; purchase tickets here

Ages: any

Yappy Hour

James Island County Park

Sept. 29, 5 - 7 p.m.

Come out and enjoy the James Island County Park Dog Park with your furry friend! Enjoy live music from a local Charleston performer and spend some quality time with your pup in the great outdoors. Alcohol will be available for purchase, and a valid ID is required. No outside food or alcohol permitted.

Fee: FREE with park admission fee

Ages: ANY

For more information and to purchase tickets for events, visit ccprc.com.

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Women Picked Fourth, Men Eighth in SoCon Preseason Poll

SPARTANBURG, S.C. --- The Chattanooga women's cross country team was picked to finish fourth in the Southern Conference Coaches' Preseason Poll while the men were selected eighth.The women finished fifth in 2021 and will return top finisher Lesley Green and all-freshman performer Emma Russum.The men placed eighth at the league championships and will see ...

SPARTANBURG, S.C. --- The Chattanooga women's cross country team was picked to finish fourth in the Southern Conference Coaches' Preseason Poll while the men were selected eighth.

The women finished fifth in 2021 and will return top finisher Lesley Green and all-freshman performer Emma Russum.

The men placed eighth at the league championships and will see the return of top performer Jonathan Boyd for his final season. He is joined by senior Ryan Phillips and sophomore Aaron Isbell who was the Mocs' top finisher at the NCAA South Region Championships.

The women received 51 points in the poll behind Furman (81), Samford (72) and East Tennessee State (66). The men had 29 points in the poll finishing just behind UNCG (5th), VMI (6th) and Western Carolina (7th). The Mocs finished ahead of Wofford and The Citadel in the men's poll.

Coach Robert Gary's Paladin squads, who have won each SoCon meet since 2013, both received all nine possible first-place votes in the polls, totaling 81 points each. With a win at the 2022 SoCon Cross Country Championship on Johns Island, South Carolina, on Oct. 30, the Furman men, who swept the top seven individual spots at the 2021 meet, would match the league record for consecutive SoCon team titles set by William & Mary from 1966-75. The Furman women, who claimed nine of the top 10 individual spots at the 2021 meet, would extend their own league record with a 10th straight team title.

Chattanooga opens the 2022 season at the Tennessee Tri-Star Invitational in Knoxville, hosted by the Vols. It will feature the host Tennessee, Chattanooga and UT Martin on Friday, Sept. 2.

FOLLOW THE MOCS For the latest news and information on Chattanooga Mocs Cross Country and Track and Field, visit the official website of Mocs Athletics at GoMocs.com. Fans can also follow the Mocs on social media at /UTCTrackAndCrosCountry (Facebook), @GoMocsXCTF (Twitter), @gomocstrackxc (Instagram).

2022 Southern Conference Men's Cross Country Preseason Poll

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2022 Southern Conference Women's Cross Country Preseason Poll

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Carriage Horses: Before, During and After the Storm

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Pets aren’t the only animals that we have to protect from tropical systems. Carriage horses living in downtown Charleston also have to be protected.The owner of Palmetto Carriage Works has steps that they follow to prepare for an impending storm.“This is not like grabbing your dog and grabbing your cat and grabbing your significant other, you jump in the car and you drive to a hotel in Spartanburg,” said Tommy Doyle, general manager of Palmetto Carriage Works. “You know, w...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Pets aren’t the only animals that we have to protect from tropical systems. Carriage horses living in downtown Charleston also have to be protected.

The owner of Palmetto Carriage Works has steps that they follow to prepare for an impending storm.

“This is not like grabbing your dog and grabbing your cat and grabbing your significant other, you jump in the car and you drive to a hotel in Spartanburg,” said Tommy Doyle, general manager of Palmetto Carriage Works. “You know, we're talking about 40-plus animals to account for feed, for hay, for water, for proper area to move around, to find labor, to keep up with those. Yeah, there is. And it doesn't happen like that.”

Tommy with Palmetto Carriage Works doesn't wait for an evacuation order. He makes plans based on potential impacts.

He takes the horses to Johns Island, Ravenel, or worst-case scenario, to Charlotte.

“I start to look hard at it for about four days out,” said Doyle. “Day three, I'm making phone calls to make sure that I've got equipment lined up, because you know, another part of this is the animals don't move themselves.”

But what about the big red barn downtown?

“I pray, that's pretty much what I do,” said Doyle. “We'll close up the doors. We'll seal it up as best we can, but it is what it is. It's a big sail in the middle of the market. It's been here since the early 1900s. It did Hurricane Gracie, it did Hurricane David. It did Hurricane Hugo.”

What happens during the storm for the carriage horses downtown?

“My Hugo experience was as a high school kid, but still as a carriage guy,” said Doyle. “I had never seen anything like that in my lifetime and nor had my dad, who was in charge at the time. So it was very much by the seat of our pants, but what he ended up doing is they just hauled all the animals all out of our facility downtown, to turn out in Ravenel.”

Once they get to pasture to ride out the storm, the horses' natural instincts kick in.

“When I do keep them at home, the wind will be blowing and most all of them will put their rear end in the wind and put their head down to keep the rain from hitting them in the face,” said Doyle. “The man who kept the animals during Hugo said most of them laid down on the ground and put their head down in between their front legs with their rear end in the wind.”

Muddy and disheveled were just a few words to describe conditions at the barn during category four Hugo.

“It was a mess,” said Doyle. “Our ticket office on Market Street was full of mud. The pastures where the animals were- the fencing was down, trees were down. The carriages were covered in insulation that had blown in off the roof of the barn we had, we lost most of the roof.”

Once the storm passes, Palmetto Carriage Works is all about helping the community get back on its feet.

“There's very much a sense of obligation to the community,” said Doyle. “We work downtown and we're active participants in the community, it's important to all of us when things like that happen, to get going again. What I would do is we'd have my staff down here cleaning up my place and then participating and cleaning up whatever we possibly could, like a good Charlestonian. That's what we would do to help try to get things going, because I could have my place ready to go.”

Doyle has nearly 100 employees that he wants to get back to work quickly.

He says the horses usually fare pretty well in the storm.

“Most of the injuries that we have do occur in the pasture because of the animals fighting each other, but as far as from storms, trees, anything like that, no,” said Doyle. “We’ve had them escape more times because I forget to lock the gate than any storm that comes through.”

And usually, they are all anxious to get on the streets again.

“It was much like when we were closed for Covid. We were gone for three months and I took the first carriage out the first day and the waves and the thumbs up was, were really, really good to see,” said Doyle.

The ABC News 4 Hurricane Season Special will air live at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27.

To read more hurricane-related stories, visit the ABC News 4 Hurricane Center.

SC High School Football Media Poll rankings after Week 2: Daniel remains top Class 3A team

Here are the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll rankings after Week 2 of the SCHSL football season. The five classifications are ranked below and numbers in parentheses indicates the number of first-place votes that a team receives.Daniel again is the unanimous No. 1 team in Class AAA, same with Dutch Fork in Class AAAAA. Several teams received first-place votes in Class AA and for the first time this year, St. Joseph's Catholic is the No. 1 team with seven first-place votes in Class A.VOTE: ...

Here are the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll rankings after Week 2 of the SCHSL football season. The five classifications are ranked below and numbers in parentheses indicates the number of first-place votes that a team receives.

Daniel again is the unanimous No. 1 team in Class AAA, same with Dutch Fork in Class AAAAA. Several teams received first-place votes in Class AA and for the first time this year, St. Joseph's Catholic is the No. 1 team with seven first-place votes in Class A.

VOTE: Here are the nominees for the Spartanburg-area high school football athlete of the week

TOP DOGS: Byrnes' defense is making its case as one of the best in South CarolinaWESTSIDE-TL HANNA: Westside sophomore QB Cutter Woods has coming-out party in rivalry win over T.L. Hanna

Here are the rankings for each classification as the media voted this week:

Class AAAAA

1. Dutch Fork (17)

2. Byrnes

3. Hillcrest

4. Dorman

5. Fort Dorchester

6. Sumter

7. Gaffney

8. Summerville

9. Spartanburg

10. River Bluff

Others receiving votes: TL Hanna, White Knoll, JL Mann, West Ashley, Lexington, Clover, Socastee

Class AAAA

1. South Pointe (16)

2. Northwestern (1)

3. AC Flora

4. (tie) West Florence

4. (tie) South Florence

6. Hartsville

7. Catawba Ridge

8. James Island

9. Indian Land

10. Ridge View

Others receiving votes: York, Westside, Irmo, Greenville, Myrtle Beach

Class AAA

1. Daniel (16)

2. Dillon

3. Powdersville

4. Camden (1)

5. Clinton

6. Gilbert

7. Seneca

8. Beaufort

9. Hanahan

10. Belton-Honea Path

Others receiving votes: Manning, Chester, Loris, Marlboro County, Brookland-Cayce, Crestwood, Emerald, Woodruff, Aynor, Union County, Philip Simmons

Class AA

1. Saluda (11)

2. Abbeville (2)

3. Barnwell (3)

4. Oceanside Collegiate (1)

5. Fairfield Central

6. Wade Hampton

7. Buford

8. Woodland

9. Marion

10. Pelion

Others receiving votes: Gray Collegiate, Cheraw, Newberry, Strom Thurmond, Silver Bluff, Andrews, Academic Magnet, Lake Marion

Class A

1. St. Joseph’s (7)

2. Whale Branch (3)

3. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (1)

4. Johnsonville (2)

5. Lewisville (1)

6. Christ Church (2)

7. Lamar

8. Baptist Hill

9. Southside Christian

10. Lake View (1)

Others receiving votes: Calhoun County, Hannah-Pamplico, McBee, Latta, Still, C.A. Johnson, Denmark-Olar, Hunter-Kinard-Tyler

Joe Dandron, a Michigan native and graduate of Michigan State University, covers high school sports for The Greenville News. Have a question, story idea, or story tip involving prep sports in the Upstate? Email him at jdandron@greenvillenews.com or reach out via phone at 864-415-6213.

WEEK 3 PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Beaufort smothers Goose Creek on wet nightLowcoSports.comColton Phares booted field goals of 24 and 35 yards and helped anchor a dominant defensive effort as the Beaufort Eagles blanked the Goose Creek Gators, 6-0, on a soggy night on Lady’s Island.Phares connected on a pair of field goals in the first quarter, and that proved to be enough for a nasty Beaufort defense, which came up with a fourth-down stop inside the 5 before halftime and sealed it with a Carter Bowersox interception in t...

Beaufort smothers Goose Creek on wet nightLowcoSports.com

Colton Phares booted field goals of 24 and 35 yards and helped anchor a dominant defensive effort as the Beaufort Eagles blanked the Goose Creek Gators, 6-0, on a soggy night on Lady’s Island.

Phares connected on a pair of field goals in the first quarter, and that proved to be enough for a nasty Beaufort defense, which came up with a fourth-down stop inside the 5 before halftime and sealed it with a Carter Bowersox interception in the final two minutes.

Week 4: Beaufort (2-1) at May River (1-2)

John Paul II 42, Memorial Day 7

Quarterback Christian Tilton rushed for 222 yards and two TDs, threw a TD pass, and returned a free kick following a safety for a score to lead the Golden Warriors to a lopsided road win despite playing without star running back Jackson Ogden (ankle). Bryant Jolley, Alex Mercer, and Javi Jimenez each scored their first career TDs for JPII, and Kohl Woodham (6 tackles) and Sam Rembold (5 tackles) anchored the defense, while Sebastian Slusne blocked a punt for a safety and recovered a fumble and Dante Aiken and Dan Snyder each secured interceptions.

Week 4: John Paul II (2-1) at Pinewood Prep (1-3)

Savannah Christian 49, Battery Creek 6

The Dolphins couldn’t slow down the Raiders’ juggernaut offense, as Paulus Zittrauer was 11-of-14 passing for 164 yards and four TDs and Zo Smalls added a touchdown run. Battery Creek’s lone score came on a kickoff return TD from Hunter Hollingsworth. Bluffton’s Logan Brooking had eight tackles, two sacks, and three receptions for 56 yards for Savannah Christian.

Week 4: Battery Creek (1-3) at Bluffton (1-2)

FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

All games at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted

Battery Creek (1-3) at Bluffton (1-2)

Beaufort (2-1) at May River (1-2)

Beaufort Academy at Orangeburg Prep

Colleton Prep at Andrew Jackson Academy

Estill (3-1) at Lee Central (1-2)

John Paul II (2-1) at Pinewood Prep (1-3)

North Charleston at Colleton County

Northwood Academy (0-4) at Hilton Head Christian (1-2)

Patrick Henry at Greenwood Christian

Ridgeland-Hardeevville (0-4) at Marlboro County

Thomas Heyward Academy (3-0) at Dorchester Academy (4-0)

Wade Hampton (H) (4-0) at Hilton Head Island (1-3)

Whale Branch (2-1) at Burke

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