John Travolta has been spotted in Savannah's Forsyth Park and the Quality Inn Midtown filming scenes for the movie "The Poison Rose." Travolta stars with Morgan Freeman, Brendan Fraser and Famke Janssen. His daughter Ella Bleu is also in the film.
Millie Bobby Brown, known for starring as Eleven on Netflix's hit show "Stranger Things," recently posted pictures on Instagram of herself and boyfriend Jacob Sartorius on a beach. Here's why we think that beach might be on Hilton Head.
Located on Paris Avenue less than a block from Ribaut Road are the Cypress Wetlands. The park features a trail through restored wetlands full of wildlife and a rookery for wading birds. Here's a taste of what you might find there.
JT Handy, of Summerville, S.C., is a champion pitmaster who will be competing in the Kiwanis Club of Hilton Head Rib Burnoff on May 12. Here, he describes his method for making perfect ribs, which is a variant on the 3,2,1 method.
Former Hilton Head Islander Shep Rose, star of Bravo's 'Southern Charm' and 'Relationshep' grew up coming to the RBC Heritage and is back on the island for the tournament. Here, he shares a few tips on how to enjoy the tournament.
Rascal Flatts members Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus are at RBC Heritage presented by Boeing. The country music stars talked to Island Packet staff about how music and golf go hand-in-hand — and how one of them has family roots on Hilton Head.
Two Glennville, Ga., residents caught film crews staging a car explosion for a 'Gemini Man' movie stunt. The Hollywood film, which stars Will Smith, transformed the tiny Georgia town to fit its set. The movie is expected to hit theaters Oct. 4, 2019.
“Sandy Roads (To the Beach)” a sculpture created by local artist Mark Larkin, will be installed at Hilton Head Island's Coligny Beach Park on Friday. The 13-foot-tall piece is an abstract sculpture with multiple moveable arms.
Bridget Gallagher, a 17-year-old home-schooled student from St. Helena, talks about why she felt compelled to organize the March for Our Lives event in Beaufort, despite never having attended public school.
Driving the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile around the country is a year-long job, which gives drivers or "hotdoggers" plenty of time to get creative. Our photographer talked to the hotdoggers when the Weinermobile made a stop in Bluffton on Friday.