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“It’s Clements Ferry Christmas!” “What a beautiful sight!” “Oh, happy day.” Those were just a few of the sentiments expressed by local residents on social media on the day the lingering orange and white construction barrels were finally removed by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (...
These are the issues being brought before the various City of Charleston boards and committees that are specific to land use and zoning on Daniel Island. All meetings are open for public comment except the TRC meetings. For more information on any of these proposed actions, including location and...
The following incidents were taken from City of Charleston Police Department reports within the Team 5 area (Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula) between July 19, 2019 and August 15, 2019. MOTOR VEHICLE THEFTS A golf cart was stolen while parked at a restaurant on Island Park Drive on...
With over a billion users, Facebook has changed the way we connect with others. For Amy Gray-Cunningham of Charlotte, NC, one Facebook post altered her life when her husband read an impassioned plea from Jennifer Scoggins, who was searching for a living kidney donor for her brother, David Ensley....
In an unassuming building nestled in a deep rural pocket in Huger, SC, local partnerships, faith, fellowship, and a thirst for knowledge work together to unite a small community. The Baldwin Carson Community Outreach Center (BCCOC) first opened its doors in 2015 through a partnership with East...
There’s a new addition to the Iron Horses fleet at Philip Simmons High School this year – and it’s generating a stampede of excitement. A gleaming new mobile spirit store – known as the “Rolling Thunder” – debuted at Parent Night on Aug. 15 and students have been clamoring to get on board ever...
When hundreds of Daniel Island School students gathered to celebrate at “Back2School Night” on Aug. 15, they got to meet their teachers and other staff members, learn about after school activities, and enjoy tasty treats from a variety of food trucks. But they also took home some tips about how to...
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO In the August 19, 2004 edition of The Daniel Island News, the cover and centerspread features spotlighted Daniel Island’s evolving architecture. The piece was written and photographed by the paper’s first college student intern, Julie Miano, who was a journalism major at Winthrop...
Last week’s Mystery Photo Contest winner is Daniel Island resident Kate Tomas, one of several participants to correctly identify the subject in the photo as the playground at Governors Park. Kate was selected in a random tie-breaker. “I’ve seen it a lot,” noted Kate, of the playground area. “My dad...
The Daniel Island Library kicked off their new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) series with a special time capsule ceremony. According to Daniel Island Library Branch Manager Tim Boyle, this is the first time capsule buried here on Daniel Island. The STEM series is a program geared...

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