Father’s Day is Sunday and if you are still unsure about what to get your favorite dad in Moncks Corner, you are in luck! Whatever you end up getting your dad as a gift, just remember that Father’s Day isn’t about how much you spend or how many gifts you give him.
You can tell a lot about people by the way their Foxbank Plantation home in Moncks Corner looks. From their interests and style to their personality and quirks, a person’s home serves as a true reflection of what they value most.
The doors will not open until August 2016 but already there is plenty of buzz surrounding the announcement of Essentials Café coming to the Shops at Foxbank.
After returning home from serving and planting roots in Foxbank Plantation, Darren immediately set his sights on opening his own business: Subtomic, a fresh, local delicatessen.
We are excited to announce that the two new local businesses coming to the Shops at Foxbank are Essential Café, a coffee shop, and Subtomic, a delicatessen, both owned by two of our very own Foxbank residents! There is also a Dominos coming to the Shops.
Everyone wants to have a Foxbank Plantation home in Moncks Corner they’re proud of. Whether you have just moved in or have been living in the same place for years, it is always a good idea to show your home in its best light by enhancing its curb appeal. From shrubs and paint colors to… Read More
With Memorial Day coming up soon, we know there are going to be countless opportunities to celebrate our U.S.A. troops in SC. Because this year is the 60th anniversary of the Vietnam War, Moncks Corner decided to honor Vietnam War veterans and survivors.
The weather isn’t the only thing that is heating up this time of year. For art lovers in the Lowcountry, this is the season that kicks off some of the hottest arts festivals around. First up is the North Charleston Arts Fest. Now in its 34th year, this annual arts festival features top artists and… Read More
Every spring, you can expect to see gardens overflowing with azalea, wisteria, and Carolina jasmine. These plants are some of the most common in South Carolina, and thrive in the Lowcountry’s hot climate and dry, sandy soil.
It’s that time of year again in Moncks Corner. The days are getting longer, the air outside is getting warmer, and you’re starting to realize that you haven’t given your Foxbank Plantation home a good cleaning in months.