Still on the Cutting Edge: Hudson’s Import Service

The Hudson’s Import Service staff: Left to right: Gains Hudson, Marc Olivetti, Frank Myers, John McDowell, Stephanie Shieder, Craig Davis, Phillip Gandy, Cliff Hudson and Sean Rogerson.

A lot has changed in Mount Pleasant’s automotive industry over the past 38 years. Cars have evolved from simple mechanical devices to complex computer systems, the economy has had its ups and its downs and the number of automotive repair businesses, once only a few, is now dozens. As times change and technology evolves, the staff at Hudson’s Import Service has remained on … [Read more...]

Good on the Pleasant Side of the River – Good Law Group

Goode Law Provided Photo

Joe Good, III and partner Summer D. Eudy moved their law practice, Good Law Group LLC, from downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant last October, and so far, they are loving it. “We’re really excited to get to know more businesses around Mount Pleasant and to become part of the community,” said Good. “It is rewarding when other successful local entrepreneurs are choosing your … [Read more...]

Serving Both Sides of the Bridge: Phipps Law Firm

eddie Phipps served with the Mount
Pleasant Police Department before
becoming an attorney.

Eddie Phipps is a Mount Pleasant attorney whose offices are located in downtown Charleston. How the heck can that be? The answer is surprisingly simple. Expedience. Born and raised East of the Cooper, both of Phipps’ parents worked for the town. He is a graduate of Bishop England High School and was an officer in the Traffic Division of the Mount Pleasant Police Department for … [Read more...]

Exploring Options in Family Law: The Vitetta Law Group

Vitetta Law Group

Most people who didn’t grow up in the Charleston area have an interesting story about how they landed in the Lowcountry, and Guy Vitetta is no different. A native Philadelphian who met his wife, Betsy, while attending Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, Vitetta earned his law degree at Capital University in Columbus. While visiting friends in Beaufort in the early 1990s, they fell … [Read more...]

Be Prepared – It’s Never Too Early to Save for College


  Tyler Richins speaks with emotion when addressing the subject of parents saving for their child’s college education. For him, the experience of being unprepared for the financial burden of four years of college is real. “My father passed away when I was 18 and just about to go off to college,” said Richins, an agent for New York Life Insurance Company since early … [Read more...]