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Years ago, there was a commercial with the tag line “Don’t Fool with Mother Nature.” This weekend, I was reminded of such. After weeks of catching fish, seemingly at will, Mother Nature reminded me who the boss really is. Unusually warm weather and full moon tides confuse fish and anglers alike....
TEN YEARS AGO - Recreation parks to be enhanced by the city In the December 6, 2007 issue of The Daniel Island News, one of the feature articles spotlighted plans to enhance some of the island’s recreation parks. For example, construction of new baseball fields would be added to the park behind...
Positively Parenting is a monthly column in which we pose a question submitted by one of our readers to a local professional or expert regarding parenting issues. This month we received a question from a reader about how to keep gift-giving for kids under control during the holiday season. For the...
Taking part in the Nov. 17 Day of Caring effort in Huger were more than 100 volunteers, the majority of them employees from nearby Nucor Steel. Hearts of Huger, a local 501c3 organization with a mission to uplift and revitalize the Huger and Cainhoy communities, was front and center, keeping things running smoothly.
beth@thedanielislandnews.com Where do you want me?” asks an eager volunteer, as swarms of team members filter out to work on various projects at Huger Community Recreation Park on Nov. 17, the Trident United Way’s designated Day of Caring for 2017. Hearts of Huger board member Cynthia Lawrence...
PROVIDED The following activities will take place during the month of December at the Berkeley County Library on Daniel Island, located at 2301 Daniel Island Drive. For additional information, call (843) 471-2952 or visit http://berkeleylibrarysc.org/locations-and-hours/daniel-island-library/. A...
katie@thedanielislandnews.com The following cases were taken from City of Charleston Police reports filed with Team 5 on Daniel Island between Nov. 8 and Nov. 30, 2017. Vehicle theft A Mercedes SUV was stolen from a residence in Daniel Island Park between the evening of Nov. 21 and the...
Two PSES students are pictured here during their “Genius Hour,” designing fabric covers for the popular fidget spinner toy.
katie@thedanielislandnews.com Unlike at many schools where the first half hour is spent in homeroom, students at Philip Simmons Elementary School (PSES) are busy working hands-on with their individual passion projects. Whether it’s learning to sew, designing and printing a fidget spinner with...
Nancy Mace
katie@thedanielislandnews.com After receiving the most votes in the Republican primary election on Nov. 14 for the South Carolina State House District 99 open seat, but falling just short of the majority to win, candidate Nancy Mace once again came out on top in last week’s runoff. Of the 2,...
Residents at Daniel Island’s Seven Farms Village, an affordable housing property for seniors that is owned by the Humanities Foundation, line up twice a month for a free food distribution sponsored by the foundation.
katie@thedanielislandnews.com After helping from time to time over the last few years, leadership at The Church of the Holy Cross on Daniel Island decided they wanted to do more for their neighbors at 305 Seven Farms Drive. Through partnering with the Humanities Foundation, a local nonprofit...
For the next few weeks, changing conditions will make fishing a bit more challenging. The increasing passage of cold fronts and dropping water temperatures have the fish transitioning into their winter habits. During the transition, it can be difficult to determine where the fish will be and what...

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