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Eggs 'n' Tricities site slated for demolition

Eggs 'n' Tricities site slated for demolition

On Feb. 1, the day after Helen Messex died, the Bluffton Historic Preservation Commission approved an appeal from her estate to demolish two structures

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PAL launches '1,000 Lives Worth Saving' campaign

PAL launches '1,000 Lives Worth Saving' campaign

Lean, tan and handsome bachelor seeking love of his life.

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32nd annual Wine Festival begins and ends with scholarships

32nd annual Wine Festival begins and ends with scholarships

When our neighbors think of the Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival presented by Publix in its 32nd year

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Business

Retirement assets need special consideration in estate plan

Mark F. Winn
Mark F. Winn

When it comes to estate planning, retirement plans (such as 401k plans, IRAs, SEP IRAs, etc.) require special care and consideration.

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Business Briefs

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Sports

Tennis knocks it out of the park for increasing longevity

Recently, I've heard and read some information citing the importance of exercise and physical activity in relation to brain health and longer life.

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Lots of cool golf stuff at the PGA Merchandise Show

Dr. Jean Harris with a new Golf Bike. PHOTO BY SUE HOWARD
Dr. Jean Harris with a new Golf Bike. PHOTO BY SUE HOWARD

I recently attended the 64th annual PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando with 40,000 golf professionals from every U.S. state and 90 countries.

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Fashion

Use better products for healthy, shiny hair

Use better products for healthy, shiny hair

In these articles, I have covered the fundamentals of the kind of hairstyle that will help make you look younger and thinner.

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Real Estate

Show some love; send a Valentine to your home

Show some love; send a Valentine to your home

Today is Valentine's Day. Do you like your house?

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Opinion

Updates on trash, staff and streetscape

Lisa Sulka
Lisa Sulka

Let's start with a little trash talk.

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Love is a many-splendored thing in many forms

Lynne Cope Hummell
Lynne Cope Hummell

When I write these columns, I try to stick to subjects I know at least a little bit about.

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Letters to the Editor

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Health & Wellness

Low-risk moms might deliver with less medical intervention

Low-risk moms might deliver with less medical intervention

Q: I would like to deliver my baby in a position that is more comfortable for me.

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How Alzheimer's changes the dynamic of a marriage

"I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is not I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close."

― Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets

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Time spent outdoors can help protect youths' vision

Time spent outdoors can help protect youths' vision

Parents often ask us about the effects of TV, tablets and other electronics on children's eyes.

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Home & Garden

Warm winter weather lures gardeners to fix the yard

Warm winter weather lures gardeners to fix the yard

Everybody is getting eager about getting going in the garden due to the warm weather we have been having.

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Family

Little ways to shower kids with love every day

Cathy and Nate Ulmer with their three children. PHOTO BY CATHIE ULMER
Cathy and Nate Ulmer with their three children. PHOTO BY CATHIE ULMER

For some parents, it's like Valentine's Day every day. Or at least every week.

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Simple activities can help save your brain

Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson

Are you interested in something simple you could do a few times a week that would help keep your memory intact, as you grow older? Chances are you'll say yes.

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Why dog trainers hate retractable leases

Why dog trainers hate retractable leases

I've realized over decades of being a dog trainer that I am not the only one who hates retractable extension leashes but that regardless of that, they are not going away.

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