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Slideshow - A Tour of Bluffton

Scenes from a tour abroad using the Publish article slideshow.

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Teresa Arnold, an employee of Sodexo, takes a lunch request from a student March 19 in the parking lot of Hallmark Homes at Malphrus in Bluffton. Bus driver Ethel Mitchell said they had handed out 160 breakfasts and 266 lunches that day. Since then, the d
Teresa Arnold, an employee of Sodexo, takes a lunch request from a student March 19 in the parking lot of Hallmark Homes at Malphrus in Bluffton. Bus driver Ethel Mitchell said they had handed out 160 breakfasts and 266 lunches that day. Since then, the d

Schools have closed, but students' meals, learning continue

Always have a Plan B.

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Random acts of kindness, generosity help calm uncertainty

Random acts of kindness, generosity help calm uncertainty

Many people in the Lowcountry - and around the world - have stepped up for the greater good,

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Business

Lowcountry continues to shine as prime spot for business

Lowcountry continues to shine as prime spot for business

Business is the heartbeat of life in the Lowcountry.

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Mark F. Winn
Mark F. Winn

How should assets be titled, beneficiaries designated?

Planning ahead to avoid problems is critical.

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Become a community citizen scientist this Earth Day

Become a community citizen scientist this Earth Day

Every year, Earth Day takes place on April 22.

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Family

Companionship benefits people, pets during crisis isolation

Companionship benefits people, pets during crisis isolation

Bringing animals and people together has always been the mission of animal rescuers.

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During these times, reach out -  but don't touch - someone special

During these times, reach out - but don't touch - someone special

I'm writing this article March 18 and you will be reading it sometime in early April.

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Christopher Kerrigan
Christopher Kerrigan

Why Community Foundation is good choice for disaster giving

We are facing a unique and potentially staggering health crisis.

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Christine Herrin
Christine Herrin

In face of crisis, how will we be in community now?

As I write this article, schools are out, restaurants are only doing take out

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Sports

Hole No. 18 at Pinecrest Golf Club is one of its most picturesque, and one of the best holes in the Lowcountry. COURTESY PINECREST GOLF CLUB
Hole No. 18 at Pinecrest Golf Club is one of its most picturesque, and one of the best holes in the Lowcountry. COURTESY PINECREST GOLF CLUB

Pinecrest offers fantastic finish with picturesque No. 18

Pinecrest Golf Club opened in 2004 as a private course; for several years it was operated by Cannongate management.

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The great balancing act: Moving through 'no man's land'

The great balancing act: Moving through 'no man's land'

One of the most dreaded of places on the tennis court is the area about 3 feet inside

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Universal "must do" applies to many sports involving a ball

For several months, I have had a rough draft of an article on my desk and tennis coach Lou Marino beat me to it

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Local News

COVID-19 Response Fund created, with match challenge issued

As many neighbors struggle with hardships and consequences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

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In time of crisis, we must attend to our mental health

In time of crisis, we must attend to our mental health

Trying to control the uncontrollable doesn't work.

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Things you can do on your computer to help you stay sane

Things you can do on your computer to help you stay sane

At a time when health professionals are advising "social distancing" to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

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Beaufort Memorial gives specifics about community donations

Beaufort Memorial gives specifics about community donations

Hand-sewn masks and hot meals are among the many things generous community members

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With buildings closed, property at Coastal Discovery stays open

Coastal Discovery Museum has worked to serve its community for more than 35 years.

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Opinion

Lynne Cope Hummell1
Lynne Cope Hummell1

Learning new ways to thrive in what could be new normal

In my 60-something years on this planet, more than half of those in this beautiful Lowcountry

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Weston Newton
Weston Newton

In crisis, neighbors keep watch on one another

When last I contributed to this page, Rose and I, along with family

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Letters to the Editor

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Sun on the Street

In face of crisis, residents chime in on coping activities

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Health & Wellness

Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Oswald Lightsey Mikell

Definitions, treatment options for various types of burns

Burns are injuries to the skin and underlying tissues that can lead to pain, blistering, swelling and loss of skin.

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Jenny Craft
Jenny Craft

Healthy eating is more important now than ever

With the coronavirus-induced closure of restaurants across South Carolina

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Before and after hair transplant photos of a female patient of Dr. Finger.
Before and after hair transplant photos of a female patient of Dr. Finger.

Hair transplant restoration is not just for men

According to a Harvard study, about one-third of women experience hair loss

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Bored, isolated, anxious? Try to find new healthful hobby

Bored, isolated, anxious? Try to find new healthful hobby

When you think about hobbies, you don't typically associate them with your health

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Home & Garden

Disturbances in nature believed to directly cause disease

Disturbances in nature believed to directly cause disease

By this point, most of us are hunkering down, doing what we can to come to terms with the coronavirus pandemic.

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