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Usually this time of the year folks would be stocking up on fresh fruits, veggies, breads, and other goodies at the local farmers markets. The COVID-19 crisis has curbed in-person shopping, but locals still can get fresh produce and items delivered to their door from Charleston Farm Fresh.  ...
Years ago, Clements Ferry ran between St. Thomas Parish and what is now North Charleston, powered by oars and the tide. In 1829 it cost $0.31 and a half cents for a foot passenger to travel on the ferry, or $0.62 and a half cents if he chose to bring a horse. We often imagine this history during...
Many area college students also have seen their post-secondary celebrations hampered by the COVID-19 restrictions, with graduation ceremonies being postponed or canceled.   Here are some of the local students who graduated or received honors following the spring semester 2020.   Clemson...
Don’t let the buzz of mosquitoes keep you indoors. Most mosquitoes are a nuisance, causing rashes and itching but some species can transmit diseases that can make you sick. Understanding how they breed and spread disease can help you gain the upper hand in the battle against these pesky insects....
Area residents have praised the heroism of first responders and health care workers amid the coronavirus crisis. Now, Daniel Island artist Amanda McLenon has found a way for everyone to show their appreciation. She created “Supporting Our Heroes with the Gift of Art” to thank those who have gone...
The winner of the Mystery Photo Contest is Daniel Island resident Jocelyn Leaf, who correctly identified the picture as the top part of the pirate ship on the playground at the newly renovated Pirate Park. Jocelyn is a fifth-grade student at Mason Prep and has lived on the island with her family...
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO The June 9, 2005, issue featured stories associated with dairy month. It was reported that South Carolina was a milk-deficit state, even though the SC Dairy Industry was generating $200 million in economic activity. More milk was being consumed than was being produced within the...
Daniel Island residents Boyd Gregg and Josh Whitley are running against each other for Berkeley County Council District 2 in the Republican Primary on Tuesday.
Incumbent Josh Whitley faces fellow Daniel Island resident Boyd Gregg in Tuesday’s Republican Primary for Berkeley County Council District 2, which includes Daniel Island, Hanahan (Tanner Plantation), Clements Ferry Road, and Goose Creek (Naval Base and Beverly Hills). Read on to learn more about...
Hurricane season started early this year as Tropical Storm Bertha surprised the lowcountry with unexpected heavy rains in late May. And, you can expect the season to continue to be active as the 2020 NOAA forecast calls for a busier than normal hurricane season with as many as 19 named storms in...
Dear EarthTalk: Do you suppose the drop in carbon emissions that resulted from transportation and industry slowdowns during the Coronavirus pandemic will continue—or will we just go right back to normal once the threat has been neutralized?  -- Jane Smith, Cranston, RI No one is happy about the...

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