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As summer break draws to a close and local schools open classroom doors and textbooks for the 2022 23 school year, area principals are  addressing students’ and parents’ queries on what the new school year has in store. Leaders in academia from the following learning institutions talk about...
The Daniel Island School’s new assistant principal, Jay Burnsworth, has a favorite word: fantastic. His favorite philosophy: to treat people with kindness and respect.    Burnsworth hopes his enthusiasm and compassion will connect with students when they return to school next week.   “I...
School is going to look and feel a bit different for elementary students taking part in the Elevate Learning Project on Daniel Island when they return to their classrooms on Aug. 24.    They’ll find the same Montessori-inspired learning experience, but the ELP team has kicked it up a notch...
The commute time to and from Daniel Island is solely impacted by the traffic buildup along I-526. The major thoroughfare may become less congested in the years to come pending the improvements of the Long Point Road interchange near the Wando Terminal in Mount Pleasant.   On Aug. 2, South...
The following incidents were taken from the City of Charleston Police Department reports within Team 5, which serves Daniel Island and parts of the Cainhoy peninsula, between July 16-31.   Broken glass   On July 19, an officer responded to a business on Charleston Regional Parkway and met...
These are the issues coming before various City of Charleston boards and committees and the application results specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area.     UPCOMING      City of Charleston Technical Review Committee   Aug. 18: A site plan for Governor’s Cay – The Point Amenity...
The winner of the Mystery Photo contest from Aug. 4 is Kim Kolts, who correctly identified the picture as the “kids on a branch” at the water’s edge on Smythe Lake.   Kolts and her husband and two dogs have lived on Daniel Island for eight years after moving from Nashville.   Some of...
August 9, 2007   A story focused on the tragic event of a bridge collapse that occurred in 2007 in Minnesota. The South Carolina Secretary of Transportation (at the time) Chip Limehouse issued the following statement about the state’s bridges: “South Carolina has a critical need for...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has declared August as “Tree Check Month” for the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB). USDA and its partners are asking residents of South Carolina, particularly Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties, to check their trees for this invasive insect and the...
Last week a Black Hawk helicopter and surf-rescue were at work in the Charleston harbor and intracoastal waterways around Charleston. It looked like they were saving distressed victims from drowning. They were not. No this wasn’t a real accident or a Hollywood movie. The Federal Bureau of...

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