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Belfair Tennis Club hosts its own version of Breakfast at Wimbledon

Belfair Tennis Club hosts its own version of Breakfast at Wimbledon

The weather cooperated long enough on June 24 for more than 150 tennis enthusiasts of all ages to enjoy Belfair Tennis Club's eighth annual version of Breakfast at Wimbledon.

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Lack of parking remains a challenge in Old Town

Lack of parking remains a challenge in Old Town

Every Wednesday evening, trivia king Barry Kaufman begins his hunt for a parking spot near Capt. Woody's in the Promenade.

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Dog with second chance now giving back to community

Dog with second chance now giving back to community

A good Samaritan found the dog wandering around, dragging his rear left leg behind him, after being shot six times with a rifle.

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Business

Business Briefs

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Good estate planning means more than just who gets what

Mark F. Winn
Mark F. Winn

There are different rules that govern the distribution of assets depending on the type of asset, similar to the way different chess pieces move differently.

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Keeping records a dreaded chore, but do it anyway

Keeping records a dreaded chore, but do it anyway

For most tax professionals with year-round business, the Fourth of July marks the start of the slower tax season

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Sports

Escape to Haig Point for a day of golf in a natural setting

PHOTO BY DENNIS BURNETT PHOTOGRAPHY
PHOTO BY DENNIS BURNETT PHOTOGRAPHY

There's something magical and soothing about spending a day on a small island.

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Beating your silent summer opponent ... the heat

Beating your silent summer opponent ... the heat

Now that we're in the thick of our Lowcountry summer, it has been scorching, with the hottest yet to come!

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Playing nine is fine: An argument for nine-hole rounds

Playing nine is fine: An  argument for nine-hole rounds

The game of golf is too slow for many people.

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Opinion

Grant funds used to protect waterways

Lisa Sulka
Lisa Sulka

Our Coastal waterways are the lifeblood of the Bluffton community.

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Rejection of Paris Climate Accord better for America

Michael Covert
Michael Covert

One of the reasons I chose to serve on Beaufort County Council is to help create a solid future within our community for younger generations to come.

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Tips for finding joy in the simplest things in life

Lynne Cope Hummell
Lynne Cope Hummell

My family and I recently experienced a most joyful evening, as my artist husband celebrated his first-in-a-long-time opening of an exhibit of his newest work.

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Health & Wellness

Red eye sufferers, unite! A look at causes, solutions

Red eye sufferers, unite! A look at causes, solutions

"My eyes are always red!" is a common complaint we hear from our patients.

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Take seven steps to reduce your risk of heart disease

Heather Barnard
Heather Barnard

Cardiovascular, or heart, disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, especially among adults over 60.

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Learn about links between cancer and genetics

Altovise Ewing
Altovise Ewing

While taking active steps to reduce your risk of cancer is incredibly important, there is a risk factor that is out of your control: your genes.

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Family

Study: Daughters sacrifice to balance work and caregiving

Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson

There are now more people age 65 and older than there are children under 15 years of age, with about 10,000 people turning 65 every day.

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Enjoy dog days of summer, and keep pooches safe

Enjoy dog days of summer, and keep pooches safe

Boy, it's hot!

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Home & Garden

Keep watering, but it's almost time to stop fertilizing

Keep watering, but it's almost time to stop fertilizing

With the hot and humid weather, we still must water once or twice a week to keep an adequate moisture level in the soil for plants to keep growing properly.

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Real Estate

How Bluffton homeowners can increase property values

How Bluffton homeowners can increase property values

When demand is high and supply is low, real estate prices go up.

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