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The transformation of the former Cainhoy Plantation property into the city of Charleston’s largest planned unit development is well underway. In fact, this year the 9,000-acre parcel in the heart of the Cainhoy peninsula will see its first residential neighborhood take shape. Already, new roadways...
Clements Ferry Road is exploding with growth. Recently, the area welcomed new housing developments, grocery stores, restaurants, churches, schools, and businesses. New families are moving in, but many residents have commented that public recreation facilities are lacking. Heather Schlobohm, a...
Business is booming on Clements Ferry Road and along SC Highway 41. To meet the growing demand, the area offers a wide range of culinary options. From pizza to seafood, even the pickiest palates can find something tasty to try. Wando River Grill 133 Nautical Lane The Wando River Grill is the only...
We Lowcountry natives are frequently said to “worship our ancestors and our oak trees.” I find “worship” a bit strong, and I would broaden “oak trees” to include palm trees, pine trees, family trees and the rest of the natural beauty and history this unique area offers. Even if it isn’t “worship,”...
When the Bishop England High engineering club won its first competition at The Citadel on Saturday, Feb. 8, it marked a huge accomplishment for the team that just formed at the beginning of the school year. Sophomore Ayden Haas led the initiative to start an engineering-oriented club by petitioning...
Last week’s mystery photo contest was tricky, and no one was able to correctly identify the object in the picture. Some thought that it was the statue near Smythe Lake, which was a good guess, but it’s actually the statue and fountain found at the entrance to LTP Tennis Center. Don’t forget to keep...
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO In the March 3, 2005, edition of the paper, the cover and centerfold featured island chefs and their favorite recipes. Back then, there were only a few dining options. The article included responses from Orlando’s, Soda Water Grill (which was the previous tenant where Vespa is now...
Schools across Berkeley County announced their selections for 2019-20 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations to these outstanding educators serving Daniel Island School, Cainhoy Elementary, Philip Simmons Elementary, Philip Simmons Middle, and Philip Simmons High School. The teachers will be...
Water, water everywhere! And now a place to dock a boat on Daniel Island. And a place to take sailing lessons, to rent kayaks and paddleboards, to hold gatherings on the water, and engage in a variety of watersports and water activities.   Jane Baker, Daniel Island Vice President of Community...
The Charleston Duck Race will be held Saturday, June 6, on Daniel Island. This annual event is a great fundraiser for Rotary Club projects, as well as a fun evening for all who attend to watch 30,000 rubber ducks compete in a race across Smythe Lake from 5-9 p.m.   Those who adopt a duck...

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