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'Excited' a key word for 100th Habitat House in Lowcountry
'Excited' a key word for 100th Habitat House in Lowcountry

"I am so happy and so excited to get my house," said Ana Johnson

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Island's commercial construction back on a roll
Island's commercial construction back on a roll

Build it and they will come - renters of new luxury apartments at Shelter Cove Towne Centre and shoppers at the redeveloped Pineland Station, that is.

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Opinion

Fewer than six degrees separate us in a small world
Lynne Cope Hummell
Fewer than six degrees separate us in a small world

If you read the following words out loud, it is likely that the song will pop into your head and get stuck there: "It's a small world, after all."

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Letters to the Editor
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March a time of endings and beginnings
David Bennett
March a time of endings and beginnings

March is said to "come in like a lion and go out like a lamb," so let's consider March the month of great beginnings and greater endings here on Hilton Head Island.

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Business

Business Briefs
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Peace of mind most important benefit of good estate plan
Peace of mind most important benefit of good estate plan

What will a good estate plan do for you and your family?

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The latest on new businesses, re-openings, expansions

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

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Sports

Serving troubles? Chin up - it will get better
Serving troubles? Chin up - it will get better

Question: How many times have you, your doubles partner, opponent(s), or someone on the court next to you missed a serve and said, "Head up!" immediately after?

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'Excited' a key word for 100th Habitat House in Lowcountry
'Excited' a key word for 100th Habitat House in Lowcountry
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Island's commercial construction back on a roll
Island's commercial construction back on a roll
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Health & Wellness

Chill out with whole body cryotherapy
Chill out with whole body cryotherapy

Whole body cryotherapy (cryo for short) was developed in 1978 to help with rheumatoid arthritis.

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Conflict resolution key to managing relationships well
Conflict resolution key to managing relationships well

Relationships are defined as the way in which two or more people or things are connected, or the state of being connected.

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Many decide to spring forward with 'mommy makeover'
Many decide to spring forward with 'mommy makeover'

A "mommy makeover" is about reclaiming a woman's body to her pre-childbirth shape.

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Take time for yourself to prevent caregiver burn-out
Take time for yourself to prevent caregiver burn-out

When the well's dry we know the worth of water. - Benjamin Franklin

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You can reduce chances of getting spider, varicose veins
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
You can reduce chances of getting spider, varicose veins

Q. What is the difference between varicose and spider veins?

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Home & Garden

Quartz becoming popular choice for durable countertops
Quartz countertops are increasingly popular for their durability, low maintenance and wide color selection. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
Quartz becoming popular choice for durable countertops

Offering low maintenance, high durability and endless color choices, it's no wonder that engineered quartz offers a tempting alternative to natural stone countertops.

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Real Estate

Selling unique home might require extraordinary marketing
Selling unique home might require extraordinary marketing

A unique luxury home poses special challenges for real estate professionals.

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Dining

Omni Resort's burger the best you've (probably) never had
Omni Resort's burger the best you've (probably) never had

I've come to learn in my travels with "Eat It and Like It" that, at least around here, there are some dishes that people are more passionate about than others.

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Family

Never give up on Hope, and Hope won't give up on you
Hope was a patient passenger on the 10-hour drive from Virginia back to PAL in Okatie.
Never give up on Hope, and Hope won't give up on you

Hope appears to us in different ways.

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Simple activities can help save your brain
Rachel Carson
Simple activities can help save your brain

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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