Bluffton Christmas car lighting up Lowcountry streets this holiday season
Brandon Wooden, a 23-year-old who grew up in Bluffton, has covered his car with around 1,000 Christmas lights. He's been spotted driving around Beaufort and Jasper counties — and he just wants to spread holiday cheer.
From fines that could be issued by the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department to helpful tips from the same, there are plenty of things to be aware of before heading to the Savannah St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
The holiday season is a time for good food and spending time with loved ones, and that usually includes your pets. Before you feed them the delicious food from the table, make sure to watch our video to find out if that food could hurt your pet.
Brandon Wooden of Hardeeville has been lighting up the Lowcountry with his "Christmas car," with the hope that he'll make people smile a little more this holiday season. But is his way of spreading holiday cheer illegal?
The annual Holiday Toy Ride for The Deep Well Project will be rolling out at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. If you have a motorcycle and want to share some Christmas cheer among the local youth, this is the event for you.