At Harbour Town Spring Fest on March 19, 2017, we asked a couple folks with the U.S. Coast Guard Hilton Head Auxiliary — a vessel examiner, and a panda — for some boating safety tips that aren't obvious, and could save a life.
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At Harbour Town, boating safety with a panda
Are those Navy SEALS storming out of a semi?
Shade difficult to find at air show: Three things you can do to stay sun safe
Hilton Head man performs CPR, saves woman's life
This ship hasn't been seen since the Civil War, until now
A real footlifter — The Parris Island Marine Band performs in Beaufort
Saying yes to civilization: the meaning of Holocaust Remembrance Day
The goal of First Tee: To build character through golf
Who is Matt Battaglia?
The joy of plein-air painting
Ever wondered how your recyclables get sorted? Mike Bennett, of i2 Recycle, demonstrates
Hazards of diving, from an underwater archaeologist
The US Navy ‘Nimitz’ has 8 kiosks for ‘briefings’ after which participants will don an Oculus Rift headset and a SubPac vest for a virtual reality experience. Staff can move about 60 participants per hour through the mission. The truck will make its fourth appearance when it arrives at this year’s MCAS Beaufort Air Show.
Dr. Oswald L. Mikell talks about the three most important things that you can do to protect your skin while enjoying a day in the sun so that you will not get burned and will lower your chances of skin cancer.
The First Tee of the Lowcountry is a public golf venue which opened last year on Hilton Head Island. The nonprofit held its grand opening on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Here's a look at the facility, and a little bit about how the organization hopes to enrich the lives of children, families and even businesses of the Lowcountry.
The Bluffton Old Town Paint Out, sponsored by the Society of Bluffton Artists and held on April 22, 2017, was a showcase for plein-air -- or outdoor -- painting. Here, participating artist Kelly Logan Grahan explains what plein-air painting means to him while painting a picture of the bluff overlooking the May River at The Church of the Cross.
At the 17th Annual May River Cleanup on April 22, 2017, Mike Bennett of i2 Recycle used a mechanical sorting machine -- designed to be used as an educational tool -- to sort recyclable items from the waste collected in the cleanup. In addition to making the cleanup even more environmentally friendly, he said a big purpose is to educate people on how recyclables are sorted at commercial facilities.
Jasper County Sheriff Chris Malphrus and Hardeeville Police Chief Sam Woodward describe, of Friday, April 21, 2017, the Thursday evening domestic disturbance call in Hardeeville that led the the shooting of two officers and the death of the suspect in the incident.
Jasper County Sheriff Chris Malphrus and Hardeeville Police Chief Sam Woodward discuss Thursday night's shootout at the Sanders subdivision in Hardeeville. Two officers were shot after responding to a domestic disturbance. Both received multiple gunshot wounds and were flown to Savannah's Memorial University Medical Center where they remain in stable condition. Suspect Jose A. Trejo was killed during the shootout.
A 10-foot alligator recently made its way across Ocean Creek Golf Course on Fripp Island where two deer happened to be. Jessica Miller filmed the encounter and said the gator and deer came within 20 feet of each other. The deer seemed surprisingly chill.