Opinions

This special “Walk in the Park” edition highlights one of the main reasons our family has enjoyed living on Daniel Island for the past 23 years – parks and open green spaces.   When we first moved to Codner’s Ferry Park neighborhood in the summer of 1997, the island had a very rural feel and...
2020 COVID tax relief needed   Small businesses are really struggling at the moment. I am doing all that I can by shopping locally, ordering delivery from restaurants and tipping well because the hospitality industry has been devastated not only by COVID-19 but by the riots.   I would...
Supporting Safe Access to Flexible Education grants   The plan that gives parents the power to send their kids where parents want them to go is the best one. Parents, not politicians, not even educators, know best when it comes to their children’s education. What a rarity: A politician who...
How confident are you?     It’s apparent, from decades of research, that to excel in both the classroom and the boardroom, confidence matters as much as competence. But how does one build confidence?     In a moment, a few tips. But first, some observations from experts.   ...
Progress on community center continues   Much progress has been made with the construction of our long awaited community [recreation] center that is taking shape at Governors Park. The city has allocated over $9 million for this project.    With a square-foot area of over 21,000 square...
U.S. House Congressman Joe Cunningham and State House District 99 Representative Nancy Mace – the Democrat and Republican facing each other in November for the U.S. House SC District 1 seat – share different views about Gov. McMaster’s decision to use CARES Act funds for private and charter schools...
No one could have imagined that 2020 would look like this. Our economy was booming, unemployment numbers were down, and we were looking forward to the warmer months here in South Carolina. Then came one calamity after another, and the world seemingly came to a halt.   In a year already filled...
How often do you compare yourself to others?     There’s no avoiding it. We’re built to compare, and it’s not all bad. Comparing ourselves to others can be a motivating force, helping us embrace new challenges. But when it starts to erode our self-confidence and steals our happiness, we may...
As students across the country look ahead to the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, they will need to focus on their health and safety first, academics second. If they remain healthy they will benefit also their family members, teachers, friends, school employees and the world at large...
In the “olden days,” when we began to get ready to go back to school, (in September!), it was quite an event. We would find out who our teacher was going to be toward the end of the summer and compare notes with the kids who lived in our neighborhood.    Actually a beautiful friendship of...

Pages

Daniel Island Publishing

225 Seven Farms Drive
Unit 108
Daniel Island, SC 29492 

Office Number: 843-856-1999
Fax Number: 843-856-8555

 

Breaking News Alerts

To sign up for breaking news email alerts, Click on the email address below and put "email alerts" in the subject line: sdetar@thedanielislandnews.com

Comment Here