Archives

Showing 24 articles from December 5, 2018.

Local News

CFL launches resource  for holiday giving, helping
CFL launches resource for holiday giving, helping

As the holidays approach, many feel a desire give back or help those less fortunate.

more
Former islander's career plans corked for winemaking
Josh Peeples, left, recently purchased the Elyse Winery from Ray Coursen, right, who founded the winery with his wife, Nancy, in 1987. COURTESY ELYSE WINERY
Former islander's career plans corked for winemaking

After graduating from college in 1999, Josh Peeples left Hilton Head Island to spend a summer in California.

more
Home Builders honors Patterson as Premier Builder
Allen Patterson of Allen Patterson Residential was named 2018 Premier Builder of the Year by the Hilton Head Area Home Builders Association at its Nov. 9 gala. COURTESY HILTON HEAD HBA
Home Builders honors Patterson as Premier Builder

The 19th annual LightHouse Awards Gala was held Nov. 9 at the Sonesta Resort on Hilton Head Island

more
Housing, flights, new campus showcase robust business climate
Dr. Al Panu, center, chancellor of USCB, reacts with glee after cutting the ribbon on the university's new $25 million Hilton Head Island campus Nov. 14. Joining Dr. Panu, from left, are Dr. Charlie Calvert, dean of the new campus; Town of Hilton Head Isl
Housing, flights, new campus showcase robust business climate

Retailers, restaurants and service businesses, as well as housing, are changing the landscape

more
Museum seeks to tell Gullah history

The "Little Blue House" might be small in size but it's huge in historical significance.

more
Pickleball mania holds  court in the Lowcountry
The pickleball courts at Palmetto Dunes on Hilton Head Island are busy every day with players of all ages. The resort will open eight more courts later this month. DEAN ROWLAND
Pickleball mania holds court in the Lowcountry

NBC News declared pickleball the fastest growing sport in America four years ago. It still is.

more

Opinion

Even at this age, life lessons show up in unexpected ways

One of my generally pointless downtime indulgences is watching competition shows on TV.

more
Letter to the Editor
more
Recap of issues facing state legislature

The 2018 legislative session was consumed by concerns over the VC Summer nuclear plant fiasco in Fairfield County.

more
Sun on the Street

'Just for you': Students share oddest, most interesting gifts

more

Business

Business Briefs
more
Thoughts on creating the best retirement plans
Mark F. Winn
Thoughts on creating the best retirement plans

In the arena of estate planning, retirement plans (such as 401k plans, IRA's, SEP IRA's, etc.)

more
Watch for potential  hidden risks of retirement
Luke Gawronski
Watch for potential hidden risks of retirement

Thanks to recent market volatility and the crash of 2008

more

Top Stories

Despite island growth, Gullah resolve stays strong, resilient
Despite island growth, Gullah resolve stays strong, resilient
more
Motorcycles, Pepsi trucks and wreaths to honor deceased veterans
Motorcycles, Pepsi trucks and wreaths to honor deceased veterans
more

Health & Wellness

Adverse effects of aging on facial appearance
E. Ronald Finger
Adverse effects of aging on facial appearance

Basically, there are two effects of aging on the face: loss of elasticity and loss of volume.

more
Know facts, options about mini dental implants
James G. Jenkins
Know facts, options about mini dental implants

Mini dental implants are narrower than traditional root form implants and can fit in tighter, smaller spaces.

more
Remedies, options for whatever is ailing your knees
Vandit Sardana
Remedies, options for whatever is ailing your knees

It started out with a little stiffness in your knees.

more
TIF surgical procedure an option to treat acid reflux
TIF surgical procedure an option to treat acid reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), also known as acid reflux

more
Tips to keep skin looking  its best over the holidays
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Tips to keep skin looking its best over the holidays

It's that time of year when we all want to look our best

more

Home & Garden

Small pieces of stone can have huge impact
Small pieces of stone can have huge impact

You don't need a big budget to update a small area in your home.

more

Arts & Entertainment

Locals form state chapter of national women's art association
Most of the 25 charter members of the South Carolina chapter of the National Association of Women Artists gathered for the group's inaugural meeting at the home of Barbara Pecce in Bluffton.
Locals form state chapter of national women's art association

It's official! As of October, the vaunted, highly regarded National Association of Women Artists has a statewide chapter fully in place

more
Real-life mermaid teaches kids about conservancy
COURTESY TURN INTO A MERMAID PHOTOGRAPHY
Real-life mermaid teaches kids about conservancy

Mermaids are the stuff of legends - intriguing, magical and mysterious - and one has been spotted in local waters.

more

Family

Reviving lost art of note writing could change someone's life
Reviving lost art of note writing could change someone's life

When was the last time you opened your snail-mail box and there was a handwritten note from a loved-one

more
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: