There was a positive force of energy in the room at the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association’s first meeting with its newly-elected board on May 4. Star Wars Day had nothing to do with it.  
The Philip Simmons High School boys’ tennis team claimed its third consecutive state championship May 7 with a 6-0 victory over Christ Church.  
To help prepare for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Law Enforcement Division will be holding courtesy boat inspections at public boat landings across the state.
Beloved businesses are more than just a place to buy goods, often they are an intricate part of the neighborhood. When a small business changes ownership not only does it benefit the community with jobs and services, it turns the dreams of past owners into the reality of the new proprietors...
There was a positive force of energy in the room at the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association’s first meeting with its newly-elected board on May 4. Star Wars Day had nothing to do with it.   Residents dropped in to Daniel Pointe Retirement Community last Wednesday evening to meet and greet...
Chris Hamil, field operations manager for the POA, explained that the two lifelike swans placed in Smythe Lake are part of a concerted effort to responsibly and ethically discourage geese from frequenting the pond. Naturally aggressive toward geese, Hamil explained that the swans are part of the...
Beginning May 4, a portion of the Daniel Island Trail at Waterfront Park was rerouted to allow for the construction of The Waterfront Phase 2. The POA anticipates that the trail will remain rerouted for at least a year to 18 months. The above map indicates the new route. The temporary trail is...
Pro-choice and women’s rights advocates shared their views on the possible Supreme Court overruling of Roe v. Wade by holding signs May 7 on the sidewalk of Daniel Island Drive at Center Park.
If there is ever an effort to protect or preserve places of historic significance in the Cainhoy community, you can bet longtime resident MaeRe Skinner will be front and center.    Skinner, whose family ties to the area date back generations, has been advocating for her community for as long...
The following incidents were taken from the City of Charleston Police Department reports within Team 5, which serves Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula, between April 16-30.    Theft from a Building   On April 21, police responded to a complaint of a stolen bank card. The...
The Philip Simmons High School boys’ tennis team claimed its third consecutive state championship May 7 with a 6-0 victory over Christ Church.   With a hoard of titles in the school’s brief five-year history, the natural question to ask head coach Richard Schulz was, “Are you building a...
Track   The Bishop England girls and both of the Philip Simmons track and field teams shone at their respective region championships.   The Bishop girls ran away with the Region 8-AAA title on May 2 with a 218.5-85 victory over Academic Magnet at Cane Bay High School on May 2. Hanahan...
Track and field standout Noah Ward admits the transition from high school to college has been a challenge – athletically and academically.   But Ward, who is a member of the Harvard University team, after a memorable career at Philip Simmons High School, has been up to the challenge. Recently...

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The Philip Simmons High School boys’ tennis team claimed its third consecutive state championship May 7 with a 6-0 victory over Christ Church.   With a hoard of titles in the...

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