As temperatures rise, locals are eager to venture out and enjoy the water. From boating and fishing to paddle boarding and kayaking, the Lowcountry offers a plethora of water activities.   
The Philip Simmons High School baseball team’s success on the diamond is reflected in the postseason honors.  
As temperatures rise, locals are eager to venture out and enjoy the water. From boating and fishing to paddle boarding and kayaking, the Lowcountry offers a plethora of water activities.    As another busy summer season begins, it’s important to play it safe around the waterways.    The...
The ever-popular sport of pickleball has done wonders for athletes of all ages in the Lowcountry. The paddle-based game that encompasses elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong, has a far-reaching impact that bounces well beyond its court.   Who knew a plastic ball with holes could serve...
These are the issues coming before various City of Charleston boards and committees and the application results specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. All meetings are open for public comment except the Technical Review Committee (TRC) meetings. For more information, contacts for...
Charleston City Council ● John Tecklenburg, Mayor  ● Phone: 843-577-6970 ● Email: tecklenburgj@charleston-sc.gov   ● Boyd Gregg, Charleston City Council District 1 representative  ● Phone: 843-408-9798 ● Email: greggb@charleston-sc.gov   Berkeley County Council ● Johnny Cribb...
Lora Goolsby named 2021 Global Realtor of the Year   The Charleston Trident Association of Realtors (CTAR) recognized Lora Goolsby, a realtor with Carolina One Real Estate, as the 2021 Global Realtor of the Year. The honor bestowed upon Goolsby at the Realtor of Distinction Luncheon on March...
Are there more alligators roaming around Daniel Island this year? Social media posts and videos showing dramatic alligator sightings in the area may lead you to believe that the population is booming, but according to Chris Hamil, field operations manager for the Daniel Island Property Owners’...
Sitting still while watercoloring, 5-year-old Adele quietly sings, “This little heart of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine,” and fades beautifully like the blue sky into water she paints on the paper.     Then, Adele spills the tiny recycled jar of water...
Guests were treated to a free butterfly presentation at the Community Garden May 1. Here, Vanessa Hildebran shows her daughter London caterpillars and chrysalis that will eventually become eastern black swallowtail butterflies. Topics presented by Roots and Shoots Nursery’s Carolyn Wright included...
Shawn Pinkston, a Daniel Island resident and veteran of the U.S. Army, was nominated by Gov. Henry McMaster to serve on the Board of Trustees for the South Carolina Veterans’ Trust Fund on March 22. His nomination was unanimously approved by the state senate. Pinkston is pictured with the Secretary...
While the Philip Simmons High School boys’ and girls’ track teams seek to repeat as state champions, this coming weekend’s State Track and Field Championships are more like an attempt to return to glory for the Bishop England girls’ team.   Coach Tony Colizzi’s team has been solid all season...

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While the Philip Simmons High School boys’ and girls’ track teams seek to repeat as state champions, this coming weekend’s State Track and Field Championships are more like an...

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