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'We will come out stronger when this is over'   BY ELIZABETH BUSHbeth@thedanielislandnews.com   Spring is typically a busy time for Jodi Moylan, owner of WHITE bridal store on Daniel Island, as wedding season blossoms in Charleston along with the azaleas. But the coronavirus shutdown has...
Proactive patrolling to encourage social distancing and to keep neighborhoods safe is a top priority for the City of Charleston Police Department’s Team 5, which covers Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula. There are 20 officers actively assigned to the team; 18 of them work three...
It seems these days the very things that attract people to Daniel Island — the open spaces, the nature trails, the walkability — are raising concerns. With more families and workers at home due to COVID-19 restrictions, there are a lot more residents riding bikes, running and walking, and it's...
We know that all of us have had our lives changed, challenged and inconvenienced due to COVID-19, but those less fortunate in our community need our help now. Working with the Daniel Island Rotary Club and the Daniel Island Community Fund, the Daniel Island Community Foundation is asking you to...
Daniel Island resident Earl Bridges is a self-proclaimed “philanthropologist” — a term he coined to describe a person who studies the behaviors, characteristics, and pursuits of those who participate in philanthropy.   He’s the producer and co-host of a raw, edgy, and inspiring docu-series, “...
Suzanne Detar, publisher of The Daniel Island News, has been elected president of the South Carolina Press Association. “We have a strong, active press association that provides needed services and advice to our members. I look forward to working with our organization and its dedicated staff to...
Qwik Pack and Ship has been a mainstay on Daniel Island for 18 years, and for the past 16 years the full service retail shipping and business service center has been owned and operated by Tom Pomposelli. When his daughter was a student at Bishop England High in 2001, Pomposelli saw the attraction...
The winner of the Mystery Photo Contest is Daniel Island resident Greta Hughey, who correctly identified the picture as the sign for DIG, or Daniel Island Grille, which she described as “an amazing and delicious restaurant on Daniel Island.” Greta, who has lived on Daniel Island for almost four...
FIVE YEARS AGO   In the April 20, 2005, edition, the cover and centerfold focused on Earth Day and coastal conservation.   In top news, a Daniel Island couple was arrested and charged with drug and weapons violations after a raid on their home.   An article about The Daniel Island...

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