Daniel Island’s newly renovated Wando River waterfront has already become an island favorite destination for residents and visitors to the island.  
The following incidents were taken from the City of Charleston Police Department reports within the Team 5 area (Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula) between April 1 – April 30, 2021.   
National Hurricane Preparedness Week runs from May 9 through May 15, and the American Red Cross urges everyone to plan now for any possible dangerous storms this year.
Daniel Island’s newly renovated Wando River waterfront has already become an island favorite destination for residents and visitors to the island.   In addition to the Waterfront Park, The Waterfront development, still in its infancy, will continue to grow. The question remains of what...
For years, advocates for Cainhoy’s McDowell Cemetery and an adjacent African American burial ground warned encroaching developers that unmarked graves may be located outside of the site’s defined borders. Turns out they may have been right.    One week after Crescent Homes began clearing land...
Book drive to benefit book angels and Metanoia   Providence Church and Providence Preschool are teaming up throughout the month of May for a book drive to benefit Book Angels and Metanoia in the collection of books and boxes to deliver them in.    Book Angels needs new or gently used...
Cosmo Massoglia used to think oysters were just shellfish you roasted or sliced your foot on if you weren’t careful at the beach. Now he knows they are integral to the ecology of the South Carolina coast; filtering water, creating wildlife habitat, and protecting the shoreline from erosion...
The following incidents were taken from the City of Charleston Police Department reports within the Team 5 area (Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula) between April 1 – April 30, 2021.    Larceny   On April 5, an officer responded to a residence on Harriman Lane regarding a...
The phrase “It takes a village to raise a child” has African origins and means it takes many people to achieve a goal. For Nancy Leigh, principal of Daniel Island School, this proverb rings true, especially when faced with the added challenge of operating during a worldwide pandemic.    Leigh...
Campbell Brusman says he’s ready for the discipline that a military lifestyle — and college — offer. And that’s just not a passing fancy.   Brusman, a middle infielder/designated hitter for the Bishop England Battling Bishops, has wanted to attend a military college since he was 12 years old...
Philip Simmons sprinter NaJhyrai Watson was the star of the show at the recent Region 6-AA Track and Field Championships, which were contested at the Iron Horses’ home track.   Watson was one of four Iron Horses who turned in a national elite performance. She had two national elites: an 11.92...
Everything about Monday night was long for the Philip Simmons girls’ soccer team: long odds, a long bus ride and some long faces following a 4-0 loss to No. 1 seed St. Joseph in a Class AA state semifinal game.   “We knew going in they were the No. 1 seed for a reason,” said Philip Simmons...
The Charleston Ocean Racing Association (CORA) announced last week that Blackbaud will be the title sponsor for the inaugural Military Salute Regatta on Saturday, June 26, 2021, in the Charleston Harbor.    In addition to Blackbaud, several other companies such as Martschink Realty, LOCALiQ (...

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Campbell Brusman says he’s ready for the discipline that a military lifestyle — and college — offer. And that’s just not a passing fancy.   Brusman, a middle...

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