Readers of The Daniel Island News are talented photographers! We asked you to submit photos that color your world, and that you did.
Each week in The Daniel Island News, we are blessed to have submissions from our readers showcasing the people, places and events that shape our community.
Standing in a peaceful glen in Daniel Island Park last week, at the base of a stately, centuries-old live oak, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, Councilman Gary White, and other city staffers unveiled designs for what they hope will be a new neig
When it comes to accolades, Charleston’s cup runneth over. Not only is the Holy City enjoying its fifth year as “The Best City in the U.S.
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Rev. David Woody, Providence Baptist Church
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Readers of The Daniel Island News are talented photographers! We asked you to submit photos that color your world, and that you did. Our winning submissions included a variety of subject matters, perspectives, and themes and were submitted by readers as young as 8-years-old. Enjoy these top...
Each week in The Daniel Island News, we are blessed to have submissions from our readers showcasing the people, places and events that shape our community. As we spotlight the winners of our “Color My World” photo contest in this issue (pages 20-21), we thought it would also be fitting to feature...
Standing in a peaceful glen in Daniel Island Park last week, at the base of a stately, centuries-old live oak, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, Councilman Gary White, and other city staffers unveiled designs for what they hope will be a new neighborhood park at the site for all to enjoy. “I’ve...
When it comes to accolades, Charleston’s cup runneth over. Not only is the Holy City enjoying its fifth year as “The Best City in the U.S. and Canada” (Travel + Leisure Magazine), but it has also been designated as one of the “15 Most Dynamic Cities” (worth.com) as well as a “Top East Coast City...
For so many and for so many reasons, Daniel Island is a home. To families, to businesses, to a community and as evidenced again by this year’s TEDxCharleston lineup, it is also a home to ideas. When, on Oct. 18, some of the Holy City’s best and brightest will come together for the fifth annual...
 In 2007, 4-year-old Collin Rudolph took a break from playing to pose for a photo from atop the play house his family won the year before at Park Day.
TEN YEARS AGO - Excitement builds over Park Day play houses! The October 4, 2007 issue of The Daniel Island News featured an article about Park Day on Daniel Island. At the time, hundreds of children and their families hoped to be among the lucky ones to win one of four new play homes that were...
BILL FRYMAN That’s another “W” for the Philip Simmons High School Iron Horses, who are now 5-0 after their win over Wando last week. The JV football squad, currently in its first year as a new program, took some time to pose for a celebratory photo after the game.
PHILIP M. BOWMAN The Philip Simmons High School junior varsity football team guaranteed itself a winning record in its first season of football with a 12-9 victory over Wando’s JV squad. If you are hard to impress, check this out: The Iron Horses are undefeated at 5-0. Not bad for a school in...
KATIE ESTABROOKkatie@thedanielislandnews.com Today there are over 3.5 million disabled veterans in the United States and, according to the Charleston Veterans Association, an estimated 40,000 disabled veterans live in the Charleston area. For many of these veterans, living a normal day-to-day...
MARTHA REYNOLDS MURRAY The Hanahan Hawks put up a good fight against Manning on Sept. 30, handing the Monarchs their first loss of the season.
PHILIP M. BOWMAN The Hanahan High School football team continues to make the same mistakes that have cost them a chance at a winning record seven weeks into the season. But the Hawks continue to get the same high-quality production from running back Quincy Mitchell that gives the team hope for...
Captain Greg Peralta and friends pose with their catches on a recent social shrimping trip!
Shrimping season in the Lowcountry got off to a slow start. Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria made for a rough September. However, my friend Julian Levin and I were determined to end the month on a high (shrimping) note. We launched late in the afternoon on Thursday and ran out to Crab Bank. The...

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