ISLANDS HELPING ISLANDS - TIES FROM DANIEL TO ABACO As Hurricane Dorian churned and strengthened in the Atlantic, Daniel Island residents Frank and Jenny Conway were doubly concerned.
In 2006, during an announcement of the decision to bury the power lines running to Daniel Island from Mount Pleasant, former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley was quoted as saying, “All citizens of this community and the citizens of our city will benefit
There was plenty of clowning around going on in Charles Atkins’ theatre classes at Philip Simmons Middle School last week – but it was all part of the lesson plan.
The annual Charleston 9/11 Heroes Run, originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 7, has a new date after being postponed due to the potential impacts of Hurricane Dorian. The run has been rescheduled for Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m.
It was another close call for residents of Daniel Island and the greater Cainhoy peninsula as Hurricane Dorian, the fourth mega storm to impact the South Carolina coast in three years, brushed the Lowcountry without making a direct hit.
When Gov. Henry McMaster ordered a mandatory evacuation of people along the South Carolina coast on Labor Day, Daniel Island residents faced a tough decision - stay or evacuate?
ISLANDS HELPING ISLANDS - TIES FROM DANIEL TO ABACO As Hurricane Dorian churned and strengthened in the Atlantic, Daniel Island residents Frank and Jenny Conway were doubly concerned. The Conways call the Lowcountry home but also have enjoyed years of family vacations in their condo located in...
In 2006, during an announcement of the decision to bury the power lines running to Daniel Island from Mount Pleasant, former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley was quoted as saying, “All citizens of this community and the citizens of our city will benefit in all the years to come.” It was a prophetic...
It’s been several years in the making, but Daniel Island’s updated emergency preparedness plan got a good test during Hurricane Dorian’s recent assault on the Lowcountry – and it performed without a hitch. According to Chris Hamil, field operations manager for the Daniel Island Property Owners...
Shawn Pinkston has set his sights on a new political office – a representative for S.C. House District 99. The Daniel Island resident recently made the decision not to run for Charleston City Council District 1, as previously reported in The Daniel Island News, and instead will vie for the State...
There was plenty of clowning around going on in Charles Atkins’ theatre classes at Philip Simmons Middle School last week – but it was all part of the lesson plan. The ring leader behind it all was circus performer and traveling educator Jef Lambdin, a guest instructor who brought his engaging,...
On the 18th anniversary of the devastating terror attacks of 9/11, the Daniel Island Community Speaker Series featured USN Captain Kevin Byrne, deputy commanding officer of Joint Base Charleston, as their guest speaker. Speaking to an attentive audience at the Daniel Island Club, Captain Byrne...
The annual Charleston 9/11 Heroes Run, originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 7, has a new date after being postponed due to the potential impacts of Hurricane Dorian. The run has been rescheduled for Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m. and begins in front of the Daniel Island Fire Station. This is the...
The Daniel Island Community Fund wants to help residents make the most of their donations toward hurricane relief in the Bahamas. The fund is contributing equally to three verified charities and will match up to $5,000 of donations per organization made to increase the impact of a donation. The...
With Labor Day now behind us, summer is truly over. Temperatures are becoming more tolerable. The sun is setting earlier. The water is cooling off. These events mark the end of summer and the beginning of great inshore fishing. When I told my brother-in-law, Mike Balduzzi, that fishing was getting...
In last week’s Pigskin Pick-‘Em Challenge, Neil Schneider beat out the other contestants for the top prize! Neil lives on Isle of Palms with his wife, Linda, and is a realtor with Brand Name Real Estate. They have four adult children and one grandson. When asked why he participates in the challenge...

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On Sept. 10, Philip Simmons High School volleyball coach Jay Watterworth paused for a picture with his team to celebrate a personal milestone. His team had just defeated Stall 3-0 to give him 200...

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