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Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Comfort Keepers for serving as the sponsor of this series. Recently, I had corneal transplant surgery that required me to lay flat on my back and not move my head for five days. This allowed endless time to memorize the texture of my ceiling, decide on new paint...
Group Left to Right: PSHS “Jostens Renaissance” conference participants: Brion Packett, Connie McClanahan, Virgina Reijners, Cathy Chiasson, Maya Gerding, Abby Szlosek, Shania Wilson, Kevin Shaw, Bailey Pinckney, Colin Nemeth, Tim McDonald, Jay Watterworth, Tyler Harper, and James Spencer.
PSHS students take part in national ‘Renaisssance’ conference The Philip Simmons High School “Iron Horses” forged a name for themselves on a national stage this month. A 14-member team from PSHS, made up of eight students and six staff members, had the opportunity to attend and present at the...
Peace Pie!
One of the greatest tragedies of my existence thus far has been the 2009 closing of Daniel Island’s Moo-na Lisa Coffee and Ice Cream Shop, a.k.a. my second home during elementary school. I consider myself an ice cream aficionado and all-around dedicated sugar-tarian, so I find our current lack of...
katie@thedanielislandnews.com Due to recent community concern on social media about complaints of brain cancer cases in the Park West, Dunes West and Rivertowne area in Mount Pleasant, Charleston Water System (CWS) and Mount Pleasant Waterworks (MPW) voluntarily sent a total of 15 water samples to...
The Berkeley County School District (BCSD) Board of Trustees has named three finalists in its search for a new Superintendent. Working with Parker Harding and Associates, LCC search consultants, the Board selected six candidates to interview and narrowed the field to three finalists - Dr. Daniel V...
The Berkeley County School District (BCSD) Board of Trustees has named three finalists in its search for a new Superintendent. Working with Parker Harding and Associates, LCC search consultants, the Board selected six candidates to interview and narrowed the field to three finalists - Dr. Daniel V...
Campers at Lowcountry Language Academy learn how to make pandebono, a Columbian cheese bread, during cooking class.
Is your child having difficulty staying focused at school? Is he or she struggling on standardized tests—or simply making poor choices that end in a flood of tears? While counseling might be considered as one option, there could be another viable solution for your child: learn a second language....
KATIE ESTABROOK katie@thedanielislandnews.com The following cases were taken from City of Charleston Police reports filed with Team 5 on Daniel Island between June 28 and July 19, 2017. Simple assault Officers were dispatched to a residence in reference to a past child abuse complaint on June 28....
Katie Estabrook
We are delighted to announce that Katie Estabrook has joined The Daniel Island News team as a general assignment reporter. A native of Mooresville, North Carolina, Katie is a recent honor graduate of Coastal Carolina University (CCU), where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication with a...
For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will venture across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. The “Great American Eclipse,” as it has been deemed, will hit a major milestone in Charleston, as explained by Pennsylvania resident Deborah Skapik, a high school science...

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