(Editor’s Note: This is the second story in a series of articles The Daniel Island News is preparing on the new Cainhoy Plantation community, a 9,000 acre tract that is now in its beginning stages of development.
ELIZABETH BUSH S.C. House District 99 candidates (left to right) Mark Smith (R), Shawn Pinkston (R), Nancy Mace (R), Jarrod Brooks (R) and Cindy Boatwright (D) answer questions at a Daniel Island Neighborhood Association forum at Church of the Holy Cross on Nov. 7.
The five candidates competing for the SC House District 99 seat, formerly held by Daniel Island resident Jim Merrill, participated in a public forum at the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association meeting at The Church of the Holy Cross on Tuesday,
A local favorite, Daniel Island’s annual Park Day is set to return on Nov. 11 at Etiwan Park, located across from Bishop England High School, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Although Hurricane Irma forced the 6th annual 9/11 Heroes Run to reschedule, the commemorative event is still happening, assured Charleston Director Theresa Faircloth.
(Editor’s Note: This story is part 1 in a series of articles The Daniel Island News is preparing on the new Cainhoy Plantation community, a 9,000 acre tract that is now in its beginning stages of development.
When Daniel Island resident Connie Dittrich first joined the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area (LWVCA) four years ago, she hoped to gain an understanding of the issues of today and how she can help make a difference.
ELIZABETH BUSH S.C. House District 99 candidates (left to right) Mark Smith (R), Shawn Pinkston (R), Nancy Mace (R), Jarrod Brooks (R) and Cindy Boatwright (D) answer questions at a Daniel Island Neighborhood Association forum at Church of the Holy Cross on Nov. 7.
(Editor’s Note: This is the second story in a series of articles The Daniel Island News is preparing on the new Cainhoy Plantation community, a 9,000 acre tract that is now in its beginning stages of development. Our first article explored the overall development project -- and this piece examines...
A majority of voters in the City of Charleston cast ballots on Nov. 7 in support of a general obligation bond referendum to fund affordable housing initiatives. The $20 million measure passed overwhelmingly, with a reported 70 percent of city residents voting in favor of the referendum. On Daniel...
When Daniel Island resident Don Flowers began his career in ministry, he never imagined working as a pastor at a local church. Twelve years later, in 1997, after serving as Minister of Youth and Activities at First Baptist in Greenville, South Carolina and Minister of Youth and Children at First...
If you are a resident of the Lowcountry, you probably know of the well-documented migration of Ohioans to the Palmetto State. It became such a trend that there was even a website that addressed the issue: www.gobacktoohio.com, although it is no longer active. But here’s a switch. One of South...
A local favorite, Daniel Island’s annual Park Day is set to return on Nov. 11 at Etiwan Park, located across from Bishop England High School, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For its 17th year, Manager of Community Services for the Daniel Island Property Owners Association Barbara McLaughlin explained that...
The South Carolina House District 99 Republican Primary is just around the corner. How much do you know about the candidates running for the seat? Below is a brief biography about each of the four contenders, as well as an explanation of their main campaign platforms. The primary will be held on...
Feeding the Multitudes, a local 501(c)3 operated by Huger residents Dr. Levi and Janet Wright that aims to feed the community’s hungry for free, is in search of a new, permanent location for the program. According to the Wrights, the food distribution ministry is no longer located at St. Paul...
Although Hurricane Irma forced the 6th annual 9/11 Heroes Run to reschedule, the commemorative event is still happening, assured Charleston Director Theresa Faircloth. The race is now set to take place on Sunday, Nov. 19, with opening ceremonies beginning at 1:30 p.m. “With the threat of...
(Editor’s Note: This story is part 1 in a series of articles The Daniel Island News is preparing on the new Cainhoy Plantation community, a 9,000 acre tract that is now in its beginning stages of development. In future issues, we will explore the environmental factors influencing planning for the...
When Daniel Island resident Connie Dittrich first joined the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area (LWVCA) four years ago, she hoped to gain an understanding of the issues of today and how she can help make a difference. Through the organization and with the help of her fellow members,...

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It just might have been Leo Albano’s final act as a member of the Bishop England High School football team. The Bishops returned home from Dillon late Friday night after being on the wrong side of...

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