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1938 Mercedes named best of 18th annual Concours
1938 Mercedes named best of 18th annual Concours

The coveted Best of Show was awarded Nov. 3 at the closing event

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Calling bookworms: Join authors and readers for book festival
This clever book sculpture marked the entry to a previous year's Bluffton Book Festival. SUBMITTED
Calling bookworms: Join authors and readers for book festival

Book lovers and aspiring authors should mark their calendars for Nov. 21-23

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Free Thanksgiving meal, fellowship meant to be shared by all
The planning committee for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner met at Hudson's Oct. 7 to begin work for this year's event, scheduled for Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. From left are Gloria LaCoe, C.J. Humphrey, Dave Bisbee, Bill McCormack, Allan LaCoe an
Free Thanksgiving meal, fellowship meant to be shared by all

It started as a way for locals who lived alone to share a holiday meal in the company of others.

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League of Women Voters hosts gerrymandering forum
Dr. Matt Saltzman
League of Women Voters hosts gerrymandering forum

The practice of drawing U. S. Congressional and state legislative district lines to benefit one party over another

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VIM patient turned volunteer turned staffer grateful for care
Gigi Sharper-Moore, now a nurse's assistant at VIM, and Dr. Rick Sunderlin, an endocrinologist who has worked at the clinic for 20 years. He has treated Gigi for her diabetes. COURTESY VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE
VIM patient turned volunteer turned staffer grateful for care

Gigi Sharper-Moore is more than happy to tell you that she is 57 years old.

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Opinion

Embrace new possibilities as job markets are redefined
Lynne Cope Hummell
Embrace new possibilities as job markets are redefined

Will your job still exist in 2030?

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Letters to the Editor
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Report on floodwater solutions to be given Nov. 8
John McCann
Report on floodwater solutions to be given Nov. 8

The South Carolina Floodwater Commission has made some strides since Gov. Henry McMaster organized it a year ago.

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Sun on the Street

Let's celebrate holidays in the order of their occurrence

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Business

Bluffton continues to grow with new development, businesses
Karen and Joe Ryan, owners and brokers in charge of Weichert Realtors Coastal Properties, cut the ribbon Oct. 29 on their new building, at 1250 May River Road, with the help of Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka. KEVIN AYLMER
Bluffton continues to grow with new development, businesses

Retailers, restaurants and other service businesses are changing the retail and commercial landscape in Bluffton and Hilton Head.

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Business Briefs
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Estate planning entails more than deciding who gets what
Mark F. Winn
Estate planning entails more than deciding who gets what

In the arena of estate planning, the new big areas of concern are income tax deferral planning

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Sports

Angus (bottom) playing with his best friend Malcolm just days after the surgery that saved his life.  COURTESY MAYE RIVER QUILT GUILD
Angus (bottom) playing with his best friend Malcolm just days after the surgery that saved his life. COURTESY MAYE RIVER QUILT GUILD

While working with a clinic group a couple of weeks ago

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Top Stories

Pittsburgh man takes one step at a time for youth in need
Gary Agate poses on the public dock at the end of Calhoun Street, near Bluffton Oyster Factory, when walking through Bluffton in late October. Agate is on a 1,200-mile walk from Pittsburgh to Orlando to raise funds for a youth services agency in Pitcairn,
Pittsburgh man takes one step at a time for youth in need
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Rebuilding island's primary thoroughfare for the future
Rebuilding island's primary thoroughfare for the future
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Slideshow - Local Happenings

Local Happenings

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WWII veteran who was 'there' recalls last days of conflict
Hank Saulpaugh shows a photo of the Navy cruiser USS Concord, where he was stationed during World War II. TOM MILLS
WWII veteran who was 'there' recalls last days of conflict
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Health & Wellness

Causes and treatment of  hair loss in men and women
E. Ronald Finger
Causes and treatment of hair loss in men and women

The most common cause of alopecia (hair loss) is hereditary.

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Enjoy better denture retention with dental implants
Enjoy better denture retention with dental implants

Most denture wearers suffer with dentures that are loose, especially the lower denture,

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Health Briefs
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Nurse practitioners are expanding access, improving outcomes
Allison Vigil
Nurse practitioners are expanding access, improving outcomes

Have you noticed that nurse practitioners and physician assistants are becoming more and more prevalent

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Home & Garden

Celebrate Thanksgiving with useful version of 'stuff'-ing
Celebrate Thanksgiving with useful version of 'stuff'-ing

It's that special time of year again.

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Latest technology helps ensure highest water quality
Latest technology helps ensure highest water quality

Many of us grew up watching the Jetsons and thought all that space stuff was a lifetime away.

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Special Events

Beaufort Memorial offers free joint pain seminar in Bluffton
Beaufort Memorial offers free joint pain seminar in Bluffton

More than 25 million Americans experience some level of joint discomfort.

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Arts & Entertainment

Dance a never-ending process of learning, tweaking, evolving
Sandro Virag and Armando Aseneta work with Monica Bohrer on perfecting her technique. CINDA SEAMON
Dance a never-ending process of learning, tweaking, evolving

I love ballroom dancing because it is always challenging and because every day is different.

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Local artist featured in Savannah Art Walk
"Autumnal Tidepools" by Nancy Vineburgh
Local artist featured in Savannah Art Walk

Nancy Vineburgh of Bluffton will be a featured artist Nov. 9 as part of the Savannah Art Walk.

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New book features images, essays on ramblin' around the South
New book features images, essays on ramblin' around the South

"This book is about those places in the South that touch our hearts.

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SOBA searches for new members

The art district in Bluffton is growing, but where do local artists go to network, to exhibit or to sell their works?

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Real Estate

10 questions to help choose the agent who will work best
10 questions to help choose the agent who will work best

It's November and, while our paradise is beginning to cool down

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Family

How to know if it's time to take a senior loved one's keys
How to know if it's time to take a senior loved one's keys

While driving might be a part of everyday life for most of us in the Lowcountry

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Palmetto Animal League celebrates 10 years of saving lives
Angus (bottom) playing with his best friend Malcolm just days after the surgery that saved his life. COURTESY MAYE RIVER QUILT GUILD
Palmetto Animal League celebrates 10 years of saving lives

When Angus came to Palmetto Animal League at just 6 weeks old

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Try to practice Thanksgiving throughout the year
Try to practice Thanksgiving throughout the year

It's hard to believe it's November.

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