Heyward House Historic Center docent Sonie Phinney-Miller, right, gives a tour of the historic Bluffton house to Joy Tinney, of Bloomingdale, Ga., and Tinney's children, from left, Luke, 11, Caroline, 1, and Kate, 12. Officials in Bluffton are looking at making the Heyward House handicapped-accessible.
Heyward House Historic Center docent Sonie Phinney-Miller, right, gives a tour of the historic Bluffton house to Joy Tinney, of Bloomingdale, Ga., and Tinney's children, from left, Luke, 11, Caroline, 1, and Kate, 12. Officials in Bluffton are looking at making the Heyward House handicapped-accessible. Jay Karr, file photo
Heyward House Historic Center docent Sonie Phinney-Miller, right, gives a tour of the historic Bluffton house to Joy Tinney, of Bloomingdale, Ga., and Tinney's children, from left, Luke, 11, Caroline, 1, and Kate, 12. Officials in Bluffton are looking at making the Heyward House handicapped-accessible. Jay Karr, file photo

Bluffton leaders working to make Heyward House wheelchair-accessible

September 15, 2013 07:03 PM

UPDATED September 15, 2013 07:27 PM

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