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When Boeing came to North Charleston, it did so with a goal of creating a staff that reflected that of the population of the state and surrounding area. That mission was at least part of the message shared by Boeing’s Director of National Strategy and Enhancement Tommy Preston at the company’s “...
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg recognized Daniel Island resident Carina Buckman for her service to her community at the presentation of the Harold Koon Award for Excellence in Volunteer Service on March 13.
Although United Kingdom native Carina Buckman has only been a Daniel Island resident for four years, her many contributions to the area and beyond have caused her fellow community members to take notice. Because of her unrelenting dedication to charitable causes and countless acts of volunteerism,...
When Daniel Island resident Heather Jones’ children started asking her thought-provoking questions about gun violence in the wake of the Parkland, Florida shooting, she knew they were struggling with how to process the tragedy. They wanted to talk about it, she said. So, when it was announced late...
Hundreds of Bishop England students gathered in the school’s courtyard last week to pay tribute to the victims of the Parkland, Florida shooting and to lift up prayers.
As National School Walkout Day (NSWD) observances played out at schools worldwide last Wednesday, March 14, the sun beamed down on the courtyard in the heart of Bishop England’s Daniel Island campus - a bright contrast to the darkness felt across the nation one month before, when a gunman opened...
GREG PERALTA The last fish Captain Greg released before his injury!
Fishing was tough this week. Early on, I ruptured a muscle in my calf. Yes, I injured myself while fishing. Who says fishing is not a contact sport? Between the pain, limited mobility and doctor appointments, I did not fish very much. When I did, the fish were for the most part uncooperative. With...
Just a pup enjoying his newly renovated living room by Southeastern Custom Homes!
Has a home renovation ever crossed your mind, but in the moment the idea seemed too daunting? Maybe you were watching “Fixer Upper” or “Flip or Flop?” on HGTV and were suddenly inspired to take on a project but did not know where to start. Step 1: The home inspection Before beginning the project,...
At the conclusion of their presentation, Ella Cowen of Sea Island Savory Herbs briefly spoke about some of the plants they brought along.
Propagating plants in your garden can be an inexpensive and easy way to yield new plants from plants you already have. While some plants are harder to propagate than others, taking cuttings of plants such as mint and rosemary, which are found in most people’s gardens, is simple and can save you a...
Black Tie Music Academy kept the tunes pumping throughout National Day of Unplugging!
It feels good to unplug! That was the general sentiment shared by those who took part in National Day of Unplugging from sundown, March 9, through sundown, March 10. The Daniel Island community joined over 112,000 people worldwide in putting away their electronic devices as part of the event,...
TEN YEARS AGO – Berkeley County EMS unveils mass-casualty bus In the March 20, 2008 issue of The Daniel Island News, a feature article spotlighted the Berkeley County EMS team’s preparations for a mass-casualty response. Bob Mixter, director of Berkeley County’s emergency medical services...
Jay Watterworth PHILIP SIMMONS HIGH SCHOOL For Philip Simmons High School (PSHS) 10th grade social studies teacher and 2018 Teacher of the Year Jay Watterworth, a fourth-generation educator, education has always been an important part of his life. “My grandfather was a superintendent in South...

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