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If you accept credit cards, you must be PCI compliant
If you accept credit cards, you must be PCI compliant

Nothing is more important than keeping a customer's payment card data secure.

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Local Toastmasters earn accolades
Kathy Diello
Local Toastmasters earn accolades

Hilton Head's Fast Trackers led Beaufort County's four Toastmasters International clubs to earn the highest possible honor for the fiscal year ending June 30.

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor
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Sharing ordinary moments makes all the difference
Lynne Cope Hummell
Sharing ordinary moments makes all the difference

What's it all about, Alfie?

I heard that song eons ago as a kid and wondered why anyone would ask such a stupid question.

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Business

Business Briefs
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Digital signage proves  revolutionary for businesses
Digital signage proves revolutionary for businesses

When people think of audio and video solutions, what frequently comes to mind is the mounting of TVs or the installation of a sound system in a family room or man cave.

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The power and protection of a good estate plan
Mark Winn
The power and protection of a good estate plan

A good estate plan will protect you, your privacy, your dignity, your property, and your loved ones.

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Sports

Don't buy the lie; you are in control of your fate
Don't buy the lie; you are in control of your fate

If you are under 47, this article might not mean much to you.

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Tennis players' bane: The pain of tennis elbow
Tennis players' bane: The pain of tennis elbow

Lateral epicondylitis is the official name given to one of the most common injuries afflicting recreational, club, and league tennis players at some point in their playing history.

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Top Stories

Lost World War II dog tag returned to local veteran
With a firm handshake, Michael J. Piscitello, right, thanks Jeremy E. Shiok for returning his dog tag, now around his neck, that was lost on the South Pacific island of Wallis during World War II. PHOTO BY GWYNETH J. SAUNDERS
Lost World War II dog tag returned to local veteran
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Sea Pines Legacy Oaks: Majestic signatures of the South
Sea Pines Legacy Oaks: Majestic signatures of the South
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Health & Wellness

Basic care can help preserve healthy, glowing skin
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Basic care can help preserve healthy, glowing skin

Good skin care can keep your skin healthy and glowing for years to come.

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Chiropractic care beneficial to children too
Chiropractic care beneficial to children too

It is generally believed in our country that chiropractic is meant only for people who suffer from neck pain, back pain, and motor vehicle accidents.

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Play therapy: What it is and how it can help your child
Play therapy: What it is and how it can help your child

"You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation." - Plato

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Procedures can help restore post-pregnancy body
Procedures can help restore post-pregnancy body

Many of life's changes lead us through a journey of rediscovery, but perhaps none quite as profound as the birth of a child.

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Vision correction in 10 minutes: What is LASIK?
Vision correction in 10 minutes: What is LASIK?

LASIK has become a viable opportunity for everyday people to correct their vision, enhance their quality of life and reduce or eliminate a lifetime's dependence on corrective lenses.

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What's your Plan B if you are caring for a loved one?
What's your Plan B if you are caring for a loved one?

When I write articles for The Sun, the subject is often about situations that caregivers are experiencing firsthand at Memory Matters.

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You're never too young or too old to have beautiful skin
You're never too young or too old to have beautiful skin

At birth, we all start out with beautiful skin. No wrinkles, spots, large pores, but then what happens?

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Home & Garden

Lowcountry homeowners show creativity in stone choices
Today's homeowners are combing stone, tile, colors and textures in creative and original ways. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
Lowcountry homeowners show creativity in stone choices

With home buying, renovation and new construction heating up, Lowcountry homeowners are displaying a bold creativity and individuality in their home décor.

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Modern designs make life easier in the kitchen
The "magic corner'' shelving system easily brings stored items out of the dark corners of cabinets and into the open for easy access. PHOTO COURTESY WINSLOW DESIGN STUDIO
Modern designs make life easier in the kitchen

The kitchens of today have changed. Modern kitchens are equipped to both maximize storage and increase the level of convenience.

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Arts & Entertainment

Chalk paint latest way to turn old shabby to cool chic
The author sits among some of the painted items available at Studio B. PHOTO BY TIM ANDERSON
Chalk paint latest way to turn old shabby to cool chic

This is the new age of recycling, and one of the latest trends is chalk painting on old furniture and accessories.

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Pro-am dance partnerships open dancing to everyone
Amateur Audrey Tabilio enjoys pro-am dancing with her instructor, Sandro Virag. PHOTO BY CINDA SEAMON
Pro-am dance partnerships open dancing to everyone

Not long ago, "Dancing with the Stars" ended its season.

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Real Estate

Reverse mortgage can ease financial uncertainties of aging
Reverse mortgage can ease financial uncertainties of aging

Getting older is one subject that most people do not want to discuss.

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Savvy real estate agents use the Internet to sell homes
Savvy real estate agents use the Internet to sell homes

More and more homebuyers search the Internet and social media to look for homes before they go to see them in person.

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Dining

Burnin' Down South showcases fresh, cherished fare
Chef David's Grilled Vegetable and Fish Salad in the foreground, with Shrimp Gumbo and a shrimp Po-Boy.
Burnin' Down South showcases fresh, cherished fare

Native Hilton Head islander and chef David Vincent Young started cooking when he was 6, taught by his great-grandmother.

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Family

Adult children can help transition to retirement home
Joe Agee
Adult children can help transition to retirement home

When it comes to transitioning to a retirement community, the "laundry list" might be longer than you think:

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Higher education doors wide open to state's seniors
Debbie Morris
Higher education doors wide open to state's seniors

School supplies, class registrations and back-to-school specials aren't just for kids anymore.

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Noteworthy

Noteworthy
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