The banquet hall at Sea Pines Country Club was filled almost to overflowing with Rotarians and guests at lunchtime May 19
Women in Philanthropy, a fund of Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, recently announced grants totaling $83,000.
This column started out to be a snarky one about people, particularly women, who dress far too young for their age.
This is a letter I sent to Dr. Moss regarding the Seahawk Cultural Center and the community really needs to understand what is happening because it affects the arts community and the patrons of this community.
The best strategy to win any game is to have a good offense and a good defense.
After last month's article about ROG tennis balls was published in this newspaper, I was contacted by Brian O'Donnell of Tennis Industry Association.
One clear fundamental for swimmers to understand is that more efficient swimming can be accomplished in two ways - by decreasing resistance and-or by increasing propulsion.
Eddie Cochran sang "There ain't no cure for the summertime blues," but is there really such a malady?
Giving up doesn't mean you are weak; it means you are strong enough to let go.
Hair loss affects about 35 million men and 21 million women in the United States alone.
Forget basic granite. Today's homeowners are opting for glamour kitchens that feature countertops in exotic materials, bold hues and rich textures.
Wireless technologies have made enormous inroads into everyday life, not the least fascinating and useful application of these being in the area of audio solutions.
Let me tell you about a very special couple I have been teaching for the past 12 years.
On June 18, the Mitchelville Preservation Project on Hilton Head Island will host the second annual Juneteenth Celebration in commemoration of the abolition of slavery in 1865 and the proceeding emancipation of African-American slaves across the Confederate South.
Artists in our area have many opportunities to take classes, learn new techniques and overall hone their skills.
No matter where you live (even if it's on a beautiful island), when it comes to protecting your home, it's better to be safe than sorry.
The incidence of financial abuse of seniors and the disabled is increasing significantly.
When it comes to seniors starting their research into Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC's), it's typically initiated by an unfortunate "health event."
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