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Leadership at Memory Matters in smooth transition
Leadership at Memory Matters in smooth transition

For a limited time, a local non-profit organization has twice the experience at the helm.

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PEP expands programming with new facility in Bluffton
PEP expands programming with new facility in Bluffton

Since 1995, Programs for Exceptional People (PEP) has served adults with intellectual challenges

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Recovery, health care, tourism top priorities for leaders
Recovery, health care, tourism top priorities for leaders

In a vibrant town of 40,000 permanent residents that swells as a world-class tourist destination

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Opinion

Letters to the Editor
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Pardon me if I don't understand what you just said
Lynne Cope Hummell
Pardon me if I don't understand what you just said

Lately there seems to be a new version of what I call "corporate speak."

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People who love people make a difference
David Bennett
People who love people make a difference

Wedged between the recent celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy

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Business

Business Briefs
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Business progress forges ahead at start of year

Retailers, restaurants and service businesses are changing the commercial landscape in Bluffton and Hilton Head.

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How to protect your house from loss to estate recovery
How to protect your house from loss to estate recovery

Did you know that 70 percent of United States senior citizens who need long-term care are on Medicaid?

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Tax filing season underway; free local assistance available
Tax filing season underway; free local assistance available

Electronic filing of individual tax returns began Jan. 23.

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Sports

Dealing with distractions on the golf course
While James Graham, a maintenance worker at Rose Hill, is a nice guy, the equipment he uses can be a visual and noise distraction to golfers.
Dealing with distractions on the golf course

There will always be something we can blame our bad shots and bad rounds on.

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Hitting late? Follow the Boy Scout motto and be prepared
Hitting late? Follow the Boy Scout motto and be prepared

One of the most common problems in tennis, especially at the beginner, club and league player levels, is hitting the ball late.

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Top Stories

Leadership at Memory Matters in smooth transition
Leadership at Memory Matters in smooth transition
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PEP expands programming with new facility in Bluffton
PEP expands programming with new facility in Bluffton
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Recovery, health care, tourism top priorities for leaders
Recovery, health care, tourism top priorities for leaders
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Health & Wellness

Be proactive if you suspect cognitive decline

"Disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and important, although difficult, is the high road to pride, self-esteem and personal satisfaction." - Brian Tracy

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Common dysfunctional views cause emotional pain
Common dysfunctional views cause emotional pain

Everything that we experience as we go through life has a way of sticking with us.

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Cooking under pressure makes for quick, easy meals
Food for Life instructor Leslie Haas demonstrates the use of the InstantPot to "Mission Slimpossible" participants recently in Sun City Hilton Head. PHOTO BY J LANNING SMITH
Cooking under pressure makes for quick, easy meals

Having grown up in the 1950s and '60s, I remember my mother's pressure cooker.

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Facial fillers help turn back the clock on aging effects
Facial fillers help turn back the clock on aging effects

First, why facial "fillers" at all?

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When to seek professional help for nail issues
When to seek professional help for nail issues

Nails in good condition can be very attractive.

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Home & Garden

Blue Bahia granite the crown jewel of stone
Blue Bahia granite is legendary for its striking coloration and beauty. PHOTO DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
Blue Bahia granite the crown jewel of stone

Blue Bahia granite is a stone that is legendary for its beauty.

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Arts & Entertainment

Dancing with the (young) ballroom stars
Brother and sister Teddy and Emily Oldham dance regularly at Fred Astaire Studio. PHOTO BY GIA JAGGERS
Dancing with the (young) ballroom stars

I was 5 years old when I took my first dance lesson and I'm still dancing today at age 38.

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Studio B artist describes life's work
"Salsa" by Stephen Moscowitz is part of his exhibit at Studio B Marketplace.
Studio B artist describes life's work

As early as I can remember, I considered myself an artist.

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Real Estate

Selling real estate: Is it an art or a science?
Selling real estate: Is it an art or a science?

A real estate agent lists a home for sale and then markets the home so that it sells fast and for the highest possible price.

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Top 5 preparation tips to follow when listing a home
Chip Collins
Top 5 preparation tips to follow when listing a home

You've decided it's time to get your home ready to sell.

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Dining

El Nuevo Vallarta opens  on landmark site
The Charola El Nuevo Vallarta is a showstopper.
El Nuevo Vallarta opens on landmark site

Last year, Carlos Aldaco marked the grand reopening of El Mariachi

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Family

Home modifications help make aging in place easier, safer
Home modifications help make aging in place easier, safer

The recent holidays were one of the seasons when family members visit their elders

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Socializing, interacting important at any age
Socializing, interacting important at any age

As the marketing and sales director for The Seabrook of Hilton Head

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What you can do to have a healthy heart
What you can do to have a healthy heart

February is American Heart Month.

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