'What was I doing to my body?': Bluffton woman puts losing 172 lbs. in perspective
Bluffton's Louanne LaRoche once weighed 352 pounds. Through a diet book called "Bright Line Eating," she lost 172 pounds. She continues to be amazed by how much weight she has lost, which she illustrates here.
St. Helena Island resident James Garfield Smalls, 98, sings a spiritual on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, one of many in his repertoire. Smalls is to be recognized by the South Carolina Arts Commission with the Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award.
After a fire consumed the neighborhood Starbucks coffee shop at Hilton Head's Sea Turtle Marketplace on Jan. 21, these regular customers lost what many thought of as their second home. Now they are working to get the company to rebuild their Starb
On his way home to Augusta, Ga., after winning last year's RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing, Wesley Bryan stopped at his favorite Taco Bell for a late night meal. A photo of Bryan at the restaurant, still wearing his winner's Tartan jacket, went v
Walterboro, South Carolina resident Howard P. Jones Jr. was a tail gunner in a B-24 Liberator during World War II. Jones, who has congestive heart failure and is in Hospice care, plans to sky dive for his tenth time, which could be his last — an a
Sharonda Jenkins of Ridgeland shares a portion of her essay she wrote while attending Denmark Technical College in Denmark, South Carolina, while earning a practical nursing degree. Jenkins had a baby when she was 12, kept and raised the child and
Dr. Jack McConnell founded Hilton Head's free health clinic Volunteers in Medicine in 1993. The clinic changed health care nationwide, but it's not the only thing McConnell was known for. He was also known to rock out on stage with the band Phish.
Jessica Bonilla Garcia is a Dreamer. She was born in Mexico, attended Hilton Head Island High School, graduated from Columbia College in Columbia, South Carolina, lives in Bluffton and is employed as a graphic designer and holds a DACA visa. In an
With its motto of "Ditch the girly diaper bag," Bluffton's Tactical Baby Gear makes baby care items with tough construction and military-style camouflage color schemes designed to appeal to men. Here's a few of their items.
Marshside Mama’s restaurant and bar, which captures the funky, old-time Lowcountry vibe of Daufuskie Island and serves as a center of the island community, will close after 21 years, owner Beth Shipman announced Friday.