Dianne Shaver is a Destiny Coach. Though that might sound as improbable or elusive as a Fairy Godmother, her entrepreneurial chops, project portfolio, and street cred suggest it is, in fact, no make-believe moniker.
A new commercial and residential frontier is rising in the island’s town center that promises to bring a host of fresh opportunities for the community.
What started as an idea amongst a group of friends wanting to support local businesses has turned into a community shopping and dining event benefiting the Campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital.
Opening season at the Daniel Island community’s two neighborhood pools has not gone as swimmingly as some parents had hoped, at least according to a lengthy string of social media posts.
I can accept that there are people with enviable talent in this world. And I don’t (usually) begrudge them their gifts. But when they’re masters of multiples – within the same discipline – I feel the universe is messing with us.
Dianne Shaver is a Destiny Coach. Though that might sound as improbable or elusive as a Fairy Godmother, her entrepreneurial chops, project portfolio, and street cred suggest it is, in fact, no make-believe moniker. And those attending the June 29 “What’s the Big Idea?” event at the Daniel Island...
One good deed deserves another. What started out an as unfortunate situation for Daniel Island based Boy Scout Troop 519 has turned into an unexpected opportunity to help another troop in need. The troop had their supply trailer stolen from the parking lot at Church of the Holy Cross on Daniel...
Two new City of Charleston fire trucks, Tender 101 and Brush 101, were put into service on the 13th of this month. They will serve the Daniel Island Region and will be available for other surrounding departments to use if needed. Chief Jeff Harrison explained that the Tender 101 is a piece of...
Dr. James A. Spencer has been named the first principal of Philip Simmons High School located off Clements Ferry Road. The Berkeley County School Board approved the appointment at its meeting on Tuesday, June 14. Dr. Spencer will begin his new assignment July 1 to prepare to open the school in...
A day or so before leaving for a weeklong trip to Cuba I realized I was humming the Jim Croce song “Time in a Bottle”. Turns out reality, like almost everything about Cuba, is more complicated than that. What exists there today is not a frozen in time snapshot. The street scenes are not flashbacks...
A new commercial and residential frontier is rising in the island’s town center that promises to bring a host of fresh opportunities for the community. Six developments are currently underway on both sides of I-526, in the space between the highway and River Landing Drive and also just inside the...
The pilot program of the Daniel Island Safety Patrol yielded many positive results, according to organizers, and helped curb potential crosswalk hazards for both students and drivers. Close to 30 volunteers donated their time to serve on the patrol, which assisted hundreds of Daniel Island School...
This month’s Nirvana goes beyond the single dish to the whole experience. Self-professed foodies Edwin (age 15) and Emmett (age 13) Gately live in a personal paradise. After all, to know Charleston is to love the amazing meals she has to offer. But the Daniel Island brothers’ pick for favorite...
What started as an idea amongst a group of friends wanting to support local businesses has turned into a community shopping and dining event benefiting the Campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. Happening next week on Wednesday, June 22 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., islanders and friends...
As an archery enthusiast, Catherine Dutour knows a thing or two about what it takes to hit a target. So when the Bishop England High School student set her sights on achieving academic success, she knew exactly how to get there. Dutour, a Summerville resident, was recently named Valedictorian of...

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