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It’s easy to advocate for causes from the sidelines via technology today. For that reason, many are unaware of the various ways one can become actively involved in local, state and federal government. Although voting or signing a petition online can be somewhat effective, it is not enough to make a...
Huger residents made their concerns known and the Berkeley County Board of Zoning Appeals listened at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 16, voting 4-2 to deny the Special Exception proposed by DONMAR Sand Mines, LLC to expand their mining site from 5-acres and 20 feet deep to 32-acres and 30...
Former Berkeley County School District Chief Financial Officer Brantley D. Thomas pleaded guilty last week to 20 federal charges stemming from an embezzlement scheme involving more than $800,000 in district funds. Thomas entered his plea in U.S. District Court in Charleston on Jan. 16. According...
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team have announced they are returning to South Carolina. They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region this winter. AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking” for the...
The snow storm of 2018 brought record low water temperatures and big trouble for our trout population. Reports are coming in from across the Lowcountry that large numbers of trout have succumbed to the cold water. While it is too early to determine the extent of trout mortality, the South Carolina...
The following activities will take place during the month of February at the Berkeley County Library on Daniel Island, located at 2301 Daniel Island Drive. For additional information, call (843) 471-2952 or visit http://berkeleylibrarysc.org/locations-and-hours/daniel-island-library/. CHILDREN’S...
Nine years ago, my husband and I helped my parents move from their home of 58 years to a retirement community. It was an unplanned transition that frightened all of us. My parents did not want to move, and I did not want to admit they were aging, but we all needed to face reality. At that time, I...
BP AMOCO PARTNERS WITH PSHS In September of 2017, BP Amoco officially partnered with Philip Simmons High School (PSHS) through the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. After visiting the school and various CTE classrooms, they worked closely with teachers and administrators to determine specific...
TEN YEARS AGO – Plan to add 775 lots to Daniel Island’s south end approved by city An article in the January 24, 2008 issue of The Daniel Island News detailed plans to add 775 lots on the south end of Daniel Island (which is now home to Edgefield Park). Located to the east and south of Smythe Lake...
Daniel Island resident Nancy Mace, the winner of Tuesday’s special election for the open seat representing S.C. House District 99, poses on election day with her family outside the Daniel Island School polling location. Mace is set to be sworn into her new post on Jan. 23 and will be the first woman to hold the seat.
With 56 percent of the total area votes, Republican candidate Nancy Mace came out on top against Democratic opponent Cindy Boatwright in a special election last week, securing her spot as the first female to hold the South Carolina State House District 99 seat.  Also the first woman to ever...

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