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When New Jersey native Dave Jaskiewicz moved to the Charleston area in 2007, it didn’t take long for the enticing, local waterways to lure him in. The lifetime fisherman, eager to enjoy his hobby, decided kayaking offered a more affordable alternative to boating — and an up close and personal way...
The Daniel Island Kids Fishing Tournament is a great event for our community. It supports worthwhile causes within our community and engages families to fish together. While I retired from guiding a few years ago, I still take the tournament champion fishing. This year, I had the pleasure of...
When I first began serving on City Council 8 years ago, I was the first person to serve on Council from Daniel Island. I ran on the premise that everyone deserves a voice on City Council. District 1 is now comprised of Daniel Island, Cainhoy, and a portion of downtown Charleston. I fight every day...
I am running for City Council because District 1 has not received the type of engaged and effective leadership we deserve. Unfortunately, the City has been reactive rather than proactive in addressing the needs of our community. There are multiple projects the City promised that were premised on...
When City of Charleston voters on Daniel Island and the Cainhoy Peninsula head to the polls on November 3 to elect both a new Mayor and a representative for District 1 on City Council, they will cast their ballots at Daniel Island School (DIS). No other polling sites will be open that day, as per...
The next Mayor of Charleston will be decided in a matter of days. Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, November 3, to officially cast their ballots. Candidates Ginny Deerin, William Dudley Gregorie, Toby Smith, Leon Stavrinakis, John Tecklenburg, and Maurice Washington have been hard at work...
 In September of 2001, when Attorney Shawn Pinkston was in his first year of law school in St. Louis, he and millions of other Americans were glued to their television sets as the tragic and devastating events began to unfold at the World Trade Center in New York City. Watching the first plane hit...
Eight years ago, Gary White became the first Daniel Island resident elected to Charleston City Council as a representative of District 1. He’s served the communities on Daniel Island, the Cainhoy Peninsula, and portions of downtown Charleston for two terms - and now he’s hoping for a third.   “We...
It’s a great time to be living and working on Daniel Island. As we approach our community’s twentieth anniversary next year, the level of construction activity in our downtown and neighborhoods is at an all-time high - an indicator that our real estate market and island economy is as healthy as it’...
Five Years Ago – Noise study doesn’t sound alarms In the October 21, 2010 edition of the paper, we reported that noise generated by the thousands of cars and trucks that travel along I-526 each day on Daniel Island was not loud enough to sound any alarms in terms of major mitigation efforts,...

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