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Giving Back

Meet two Blufftonians who are making a positive impact this holiday season—and throughout the year. They say it’s better to give than to receive, and every day in the Lowcountry countless volunteers donate their time, talent, food, clothing, money and more to help neighbors in need. These unsung heroes are individuals serving in local churches,… Read More…

Holiday Spirits Guide

Locally brewed beer, wine, mead and spirits infuse Bluffton with plenty of Lowcountry cheer. Mike and Juliana Tripka, the owners of the soon-to-open Bee-Town Mead and Cider on May River Road, started out brewing beer at home nearly 22 years ago. After entering a brewing competition, they won a packet of mead yeast and decided… Read More…

The Palmetto State’s Contribution to World War I

A state with a strong martial tradition, South Carolina provided as many soldiers for service during World War I as the state had for the Confederate army a half-century earlier. With America’s entry into the war in 1917, the state once more underwent a mobilization of manpower and resources of titanic proportions. As the United States… Read More…

Striking Down Home Rule? Environmental Sustainability at Risk.

If you have any connection to environmental issues in the Lowcountry, you have likely heard that Hilton Head and Beaufort County are considering ordinances that would ban single-use plastic bags. What you may not have heard about is a bill, pushed by the plastic industry, that would prevent local governments from passing ordinances that regulate… Read More…

Bluffton Holiday Traditions

Discover a few favorite ways to celebrate the holiday season in the Lowcountry. We don’t have white Christmases in Bluffton. There are no jingle bells on sleigh rides, no icicles and no bundling of mittens and earmuffs, but we have plenty of cherished holiday traditions! Hands warmed over roasting oysters, thick slices of Claxton fruitcake, delicate strings… Read More…