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Editor’s Note: Once a month, we pose a question submitted by one of our readers to a local professional or expert regarding parenting issues. While we don’t have a specific question for this month, we do occasionally get questions about alternative school options for kids in our community. That’s...
The owners of the roughly 9,000-acre Cainhoy Plantation announced last week their intention to permanently protect nearly half of the historic property. The protected land area is nearly the size of the Charleston peninsula and will be one of the largest assemblages of conserved lands within city...
MAYOR TECKLENBURG ANNOUNCES LITERACY CAMP, MAKES CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, alongside representatives from the City of Charleston Recreation Department, Mayor’s Office for Children, Youth, and Families, and Reading Partners, recently announced this year’s Arthur W....
Blue pinwheels will soon be sprouting up all across Daniel Island and the Cainhoy peninsula. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month - and to raise awareness the Exchange Club of Daniel Island, Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, Darkness to Light and Prevent Child Abuse America will be participating...
These are the issues being brought before the various City of Charleston boards and committees that are specific to land use and zoning on Daniel Island. For more information on any of these proposed actions, visit dineighborhoodassociation.org (click on “Land Use and Zoning Activity”). All...
Two Daniel Island residents, Caitlin Parkman and Evan Williams, recently participated in University School of the Lowcountry’s (USL) annual middle school trip. From February 22-27, the sixth through eighth grade students explored points of interest, historical sites, and military facilities...
March is always a challenging month. The transition from winter to spring makes it difficult to consistently locate and catch fish. For me, this March has been particularly difficult. Between high winds and a calf injury, I have not been fishing very much. When I did fish, it was a hit or miss...
“Baby boomers”—that term used to sound so much younger. Many of us are grandparents now, and we may find ourselves telling stories similar to those that were told to us. Ok, maybe few (or none) of us ever really walked 10 miles through the snow to school, albeit barefoot, but most of us really did...
TEN YEARS AGO - Clements Ferry Road schoolhouse rebuilt as museum and community center In the March 27, 2008 issue of The Daniel Island News, an article featured the history of the Keith School on Clements Ferry Road. As reported in the story, weathered bricks and foundation fragments are all that...
The new Daniel Island Ferry pulls away from the dock near the Daniel Island waterfront last Thursday, marking its first official run as the community’s new water taxi service to and from downtown Charleston.
Daniel Island residents Andy and Anita Koszyk were among the first to gather at the dock near Children’s Park along the Wando River shoreline last Thursday morning, eager to get spots on the maiden voyage of the new Daniel Island Ferry. “Welcome aboard!” said Colby Hollifield, a co-partner in the...

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