Editorials

Editorials

If not Trump, what?

Donald Trump now looks set to be the Republican presidential nominee. So for those of us appalled by this prospect — what are we supposed to do?

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Why the drilling decision matters

We’re relieved that the federal government has decided against offshore oil and gas drilling in South Carolina, but coastal residents and governments still bear a heavy load to protect natural resources.

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Gullah Fried Sweet serves up authentic Gullah cuisine at the 30th Annual Original Gullah Festival 01:16

Gullah Fried Sweet serves up authentic Gullah cuisine at the 30th Annual Original Gullah Festival

Beaufort National Cemetery finds temporary fix for rust stains on headstones 00:59

Beaufort National Cemetery finds temporary fix for rust stains on headstones

Riverview Charter School students on why Memorial Day is important 00:41

Riverview Charter School students on why Memorial Day is important

Did we spot you at Beaufort High's graduation? 02:25

Did we spot you at Beaufort High's graduation?

Video: On Hilton Head beaches, Alljoy Beach, extremely high tides 01:24

Video: On Hilton Head beaches, Alljoy Beach, extremely high tides

Alligator removed from YMCA of Beaufort pool 01:28

Alligator removed from YMCA of Beaufort pool

Video: Dolphin Head flooding damage 00:27

Video: Dolphin Head flooding damage

How does CJ do it? 9-year-old shows off his hero's techniques 00:54

How does CJ do it? 9-year-old shows off his hero's techniques

Beaufort's CJ Cummings on CBS Evening News, Olympic Trials 01:10

Beaufort's CJ Cummings on CBS Evening News, Olympic Trials

Clementa Pinckney daughters unveil portrait at SC State House 00:48

Clementa Pinckney daughters unveil portrait at SC State House

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Property Administrators Inc.'s Don Christy pleads guilty to fraud

Don Christy, the former owner of Property Administrators Inc. on Hilton Head Island pleaded guilty to one count of federal wire fraud, a felony offense, in US District Court in Charleston on May 31, 2016. The 72-year-old Christy, whose company managed services for local Homeowners Associations and large neighborhoods, is set to be sentenced within a few months. He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison in addition to having to pay restitution. We captured Christy as he walked out of court and caught up with his attorney, Mike Macloskie.
Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Property Administrators Inc.'s Don Christy pleads guilty to fraud 00:43

Property Administrators Inc.'s Don Christy pleads guilty to fraud

Lady's Island boat owners woke up to black-tar like oil in the water and on their boats on Sunday 00:57

Lady's Island boat owners woke up to black-tar like oil in the water and on their boats on Sunday

Beaufort celebrates Memorial Day 00:32

Beaufort celebrates Memorial Day

'Worst flooding in 25 years,' says Ridgeland woman after Tropical Depression Bonnie passed through 00:44

'Worst flooding in 25 years,' says Ridgeland woman after Tropical Depression Bonnie passed through