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When longtime Cainhoy Village Road residents MaeRe and H.K. “Butch” Skinner made the decision recently to part ways with the mountain of collectables, tools, and furniture MaeRe’s late father had amassed and collected over his life, it was a momentous decision. As is typically the case when a...
Members of Providence Baptist Church on Daniel Island took part in a “day of caring” throughout the Charleston community on Saturday, May 6. After gathering for breakfast as a group, volunteers branched out to assist with four different service projects - completing yard work at a home in North...
South Carolina law prohibits the sale or purchase of watercraft without a valid title issued in the seller’s name to assign to the purchaser at the time of sale. All watercraft are required to be registered and titled except documented vessels, windsurfers, or watercraft moved by human power with...
Between bad weather, skiff maintenance and my daughter, Maddie, graduating from college, I did not get to fish much last week. However, when I did manage to get out, fishing was quite good. Especially for big Redfish on the falling tide. Late Wednesday afternoon, my son, Elliott, and I decided to...
Once a month, we pose a question submitted by one of our readers to a local professional or expert regarding parenting issues. For this issue’s question, a reader is worried that her middle school child is being bullied at school. Who better to ask for insight into school bullying than Daniel...
With apologies to one of my heartfelt heroes, Spoleto Festival USA Founder Gian Carlo Menotti, the artistic revitalization of Charleston began long before he got here. During a walking tour led by Lee Ann Bain for Piccolo Spoleto and the Preservation Society, I learned about some of the...
On Monday, April 24, Berkeley County School Board Member Mac McQuillin and his wife, Kim, volunteered with Junior Achievement (JA), teaching with a kindergarten class at the Daniel Island School. JA is a volunteer driven organization whose mission is to prepare young people to succeed in the...
Eight future Philip Simmons High School students have been selected to attend the “Jostens National Renaissance Conference” in Scottsdale, Arizona. The theme for the 2017 conference is “For What We Stand.” Participating on behalf of PSHS are Maya Gerding, Abby Szlosek, Colin Nemeth, Timothy...
Six Daniel Island School students were recently announced as winners of the Annual DIS Science Fair. Earning the top prize for their grade levels were Asher Western and Turner Orvin, sixth grade; Claudia Rose Perkis and Raena Patel, seventh grade; and Matthew Elliott and William Thrower, eighth...
The Berkeley County School District has been designated as a “Common Sense Media Certified District for Digital Citizenship” for the 2016-2017 academic year. A total of 26 schools throughout the district achieved this impressive certification, including Daniel Island School, Cainhoy Elementary, and...

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