‘Tis the season to be jolly! Need some inspiration for yuletide treasures? Unwrap some festive gift ideas from several local businesses. ‘Don’t Lose the Ball in the Lights’
The expansion of the DonMar Sand Mine was a non-negotiable issue for a group of residents of the Huger community.
The end of November brought the annual release of the South Carolina Department of Education School Report Cards, which are used to measure the performance of schools and districts in academic achievement, student progress, and school quality, amo
Every month, Daniel Island Fellowship parishioners armed with hammers, nails, and building supplies work to improve living conditions for their Daniel Island and Cainhoy peninsula neighbors through a project known as “Hope Repair.”
Recently, cold, rainy and windy weather have been the norm. If you go fishing in these conditions, you may have a fishing problem. My name is Greg and I have a fishing problem. People have been telling me this for years.
Daniel Island’s first Grand Marshal Rosie Stieby is on her way out, and while she’ll be missed, she’s passing the torch on to another great community cheerleader.
‘Tis the season to be jolly! Need some inspiration for yuletide treasures? Unwrap some festive gift ideas from several local businesses. ‘Don’t Lose the Ball in the Lights’ Great book for the sports-minded person on your list! AUTHOR - SUZANNE DETAR Presented in short, devotion-style chapters, “...
The expansion of the DonMar Sand Mine was a non-negotiable issue for a group of residents of the Huger community. At a sometimes heated community forum on December 5, the residents told DonMar officials directly that they did not want the proposed sand mine expansion to occur under any...
The end of November brought the annual release of the South Carolina Department of Education School Report Cards, which are used to measure the performance of schools and districts in academic achievement, student progress, and school quality, among other categories. And, while several schools in...
Every month, Daniel Island Fellowship parishioners armed with hammers, nails, and building supplies work to improve living conditions for their Daniel Island and Cainhoy peninsula neighbors through a project known as “Hope Repair.” The initiative, an outreach program of the church, meets the second...
Every year, the city is decorated with red ribbons and greenery from Christmas trees, while citizens match the aesthetic with a charitable disposition. Giving is always encouraged during the holiday season, but the Daniel Island Community Fund (DICF) spreads the spirit of the season through the...
Recently, cold, rainy and windy weather have been the norm. If you go fishing in these conditions, you may have a fishing problem. My name is Greg and I have a fishing problem. People have been telling me this for years. This past weekend, I finally had to admit it to myself. Launching my skiff...
As a cold, heavy rain fell on Daniel Island last Saturday night, a group of about 50 area residents of all ages and faiths gathered inside the concourse at Volvo Car Stadium to illuminate a powerful message for those who sow hate in the world – love always wins. The annual Daniel Island Chanukah...
Daniel Island’s first Grand Marshal Rosie Stieby is on her way out, and while she’ll be missed, she’s passing the torch on to another great community cheerleader. This coming year will see a little bit more involvement from the Grand Marshal at island events and a snazzy new crown, scepter and sash...
In the last days of his time in office, Congressman Mark Sanford returned to an idea that he’s kicked around since 2006— a 400 plus acre green space on the Wando River side of lower Daniel Island. Some call the project Charleston’s Central Park, but Sanford refers to it as the Tri-County Waterfront...
During the hustle and cheer of the holiday season, it’s easy for people to drop their guard while out shopping. And, while the Charleston Police Department Year End Compstat Report for 2017 shows December to be a quiet month for incidents, the 2016 and 2015 reports show the happiest time of the...

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Recently, cold, rainy and windy weather have been the norm. If you go fishing in these conditions, you may have a fishing problem. My name is Greg and I have a fishing problem. People have been...

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