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Captain Greg Peralta and friends pose with their catches on a recent social shrimping trip!
Shrimping season in the Lowcountry got off to a slow start. Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria made for a rough September. However, my friend Julian Levin and I were determined to end the month on a high (shrimping) note. We launched late in the afternoon on Thursday and ran out to Crab Bank. The...
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KATIE ESTABROOKkatie@thedanielislandnews.com The 10th annual Harvest Tour of Homes on Daniel Island is sure to impress, featuring one-of-a-kind homes and renowned authors of varying genres. Scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28 from 1 to 4 p.m., the event is open to all who purchase a ticket, with...
Participants at the 2016 Charleston NEDA Walk at Hampton Park smile for the camera! The event is held annually to raise awareness about the seriousness of eating disorders, to raise funds to support those affected by the deadliest mental illness, and to build a supportive, local community of hope and recovery. The 2017 NEDA Walk will take place on Saturday, Oct. 14.
KATIE ESTABROOKkatie@thedanielislandnews.com When imagining someone who is struggling with a mental illness, because of popular television shows and other media, what comes to mind is a person with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder or something more serious like schizophrenia. In reality,...
KATIE ESTABROOKkatie@thedanielislandnews.com Bellinger Island and the Beresford Creek Boat Landing on Daniel Island recently underwent long-awaited and needed renovations to make the area more accessible and safer for residents to enjoy. Chris Hamil, field operations manager for the Daniel Island...
The Lowcountry Race for the Cure on Daniel Island is making a difference when it comes to treating breast cancer locally, regionally and statewide. The leading breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen, a beneficiary of the event, recently announced research funding of $30.7 million for 98 research...
The Daniel Island School and Community Garden (DISCG) has grown like a weed over the past two years! What started out as a temporary project for the Daniel Island Community Garden Club - answering a call to save an abandoned school garden – quickly turned into a joint program, comprised of a...
Approximately 6000 babies are born in the United States each year with Down syndrome, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently more than 400,000 people are living with Down syndrome in the U.S. Thirteen year-old Daniel Island resident Joe Durante is one of them. To...
Below are upcoming meeting dates for 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 entities, visit dineighborhoodassociation.org (click on Land Use and Zoning Activity). All of the meetings are...
The following cases were taken from City of Charleston Police reports filed with Team 5 on Daniel Island between Aug. 15, 2017 and Sep. 13, 2017. This is part two of a two-part series. Agency assist with an arrest Team 5 responded to a residence on Daniel Island Drive in reference to a trespasser...
The Daniel Island Neighborhood Association (DINA) has selected a new president to lead the organization moving forward. Late last week, outgoing DINA President Clyde Rush announced in a press release that island resident Marie Delcioppo would be assuming the post effective Sept. 25. Delcioppo, a...

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