News

Twenty Years Ago – Dec. 4, 2003    Charleston Fire Department receives Class 1 rating: Charleston Fire Department was one of only 33 fire companies in the nation to receive a Class 1 rating in 2003. This excellent rating translated into savings for island residents in reduced fire insurance...
One of the best parts of the holidays is being together with those you love, and for many families that time together involves the exchanging of gifts among loved ones young and old. Finding the right gift for everyone can be a challenge, especially if teenagers and young adults are on your...
South Carolina has ranked fifth in the country for average student debt according to a recent report by higher education research group Degree Choices. With an average debt of $38,360 per borrower, the state came in behind Maryland, Georgia, Virginia and Florida. South Carolina’s total student debt...
Thanks to Daniel Island and Cainhoy area voters, William Cogswell edged incumbent John Tecklenburg to become the next mayor of Charleston in a runoff held Nov. 21. He will take office in January.   Cogswell, who won 62.65% of the Daniel Island and Cainhoy vote, will be the first Republican to...
Toll Brother’s submission to the City of Charleston Planning Commission for a residential development encompassing several parcels in the Wando area has been deferred for the builder to address stormwater plans for the site.   The proposed development includes a pasture area owned by the...
Editor’s Note: Elizabeth Bush is a former Daniel Island resident and recently became a new resident and homeowner in Point Hope.   The emerging Point Hope community, set to become Charleston’s largest planned unit development, is navigating a complex landscape of legal and environmental...
While most of her fellow law school peers are retiring, Joyce Erb is busy painting the people and landscape of the Lowcountry.   Most days, she spends afternoons painting on her porch or attending downtown art walks, but this wasn’t always how she lived. The journey to becoming an artist was...
It took less than an hour to showcase the giving spirit of the Daniel Island community.  Tickets for the October 16 charity event, THE SWING 2023 sold out in a record 40 minutes! The breast cancer fundraiser took place on the tennis, pickleball and golf courses at the Daniel Island Country Club...
Due in part to the Thanksgiving holiday, there are no developments coming before the various City of Charleston boards and committees. Below are those items as well as results, if any, from the prior week’s items specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. More detailed agendas and results...
Twenty Years Ago - Nov. 27, 2003    The annual Blessing of Daniel Island: The 7th Annual Thanksgiving Service/Blessing of Daniel Island was held Nov.18, 2003 with over 75 people in attendance.    Clergy participating in the worship included Dr. Don Flowers, pastor of Providence Baptist...

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