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Local News

Acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker helps kick off HHSO's 34th season Oct. 19. PHOTO BY TARA McMULLEN

The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of music director and conductor John Morris Russell, opens its 34th season

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Young actor blazes global trail
Harrison Leahy with the show marquee for Disney\'s "Beauty and the Beast" international tour.
Young actor blazes global trail

It's not often that someone can turn the world of acting on its head, deconstructing the commonly held notion that timing and luck stand in as prerequisites over skill and determination.

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor
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Business

Insuring your college  student a good idea
Alan R. Spachman
Insuring your college student a good idea

If you have a son or daughter in college, you've probably thought about dorm supplies, textbooks and how you're going to cope with being apart from your "baby."

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Online shopping numbers increasingly on the rise
Online shopping numbers increasingly on the rise

While some analysts predict the shift to mobile commerce will be gradual, others are more optimistic.

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When planning your estate, it's wise to trust but verify
Mark F. Winn
When planning your estate, it's wise to trust but verify

"Trust but verify" is a practical, reality-based point of view on how to deal with foreign powers.

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Top Stories

Hunger Coalition gives kids healthy weekend foods
Hunger Coalition gives kids healthy weekend foods
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New county treasurer serious about citizens' money
New county treasurer serious about citizens' money
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Health & Wellness

Adverse childhood experiences can have long-term effects
Helene Stoller
Adverse childhood experiences can have long-term effects

At a recent professional conference, I was introduced to the astonishing results of a study by the Centers for Disease Control in conjunction with Kaiser Permanente about the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) on both the developing child and in subsequent adolescent and adult years.

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Annual exam, wellness visit can reduce health care cost
Annual exam, wellness visit can reduce health care cost

Most patients visit the doctor's office for acute problems like respiratory infections, injury or recent illness.

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Breast reconstruction advances offer better results
Dr. Audrey Klenke
Breast reconstruction advances offer better results

In my profession, I have had the privilege of meeting some of the strongest and most inspiring women.

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How does one know when to introduce respite care?
How does one know when to introduce respite care?

"Time is what we want most but what we use worst." - William Penn

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Home & Garden

A secret revealed: Remnants make top stone affordable
For smaller projects, choose a remnant of a top-quality stone for a big impact at a low price. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
A secret revealed: Remnants make top stone affordable

Savvy homeowners know that adding high-end stone - or carpeting, fabric, fixtures or flooring, for that matter - to your home doesn't have to be expensive or break your budget.

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Hardwired audio better; just conceal the cables
Hardwired audio better; just conceal the cables

With the significant momentum of wireless technologies in recent years, one of the more common questions audio video integrators are asked is, "What wireless surround-sound system can I have in my home?"

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The older, the better for reclaimed wood floors
The older, the better for reclaimed wood floors

Reclaimed or repurposed wood is a trend that continues to grow in popularity. While flooring is the most common use of it, reclaimed wood is also used for walls, beams, stair parts and even cabinetry.

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