Recent discovery of what could be the first home on Hilton Head Island, SC, built within a 4,000-year-old Indian shell ring in Sea Pines, spurs humor from one of today’s islanders on how the real estate ad might read.
Melanie Fender Lowther of Pritchardville, SC, was murdered July 31, 2013, by someone she and her husband Barry were helping. She helped everyone. SC names SC 46 bridge over the New River between Bluffton and Savannah for her June 12, 2018.
Al Stokes retires June 29, 2018, as director of the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton, SC, after more than three decades of work with shrimp, red fish, spotted sea trout, striped bass and cobia in Lowcountry waterways.
Willie Lee Rose, who died in Baltimore June 20, 2018, wrote the "Rehearsal for Reconstruction" book that is coming to life with the new National Park Service Reconstruction Era National Monument in Beaufort County.
Lexington, Va., Red Hen restaurant that refused service to President Donald Trump's press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders June 23, 2018, sets an example for Hilton Head and Beaufort SC hospitality industry on what NOT to do, at all costs.
Lexington, Va., Red Hen restaurant that refused service to President Donald Trump's press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders June 23, 2018 sets an example for Hilton Head and Beaufort SC hospitality industry on what NOT to do, at all costs.
U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford's GOP primary loss June 12, 2018 in the SC First District of Charleston, Beaufort and Hilton Head may have been a calculated risk that could pay off when Donald Trump leaves the White House.
Life lessons from retired U.S. Navy SEAL who lost half his leg in subzero weather on an Afghanistan mountaintop fighting the Taliban in Operation Anaconda. The 18-hour battle in March 2002 led to one Medal of Honor.
Hilton Head another Myrtle Beach? Town Council looks for a new future for the island in a report adopted in May 2018 that would put teeth in Charles Fraser's Sea Pines claim to be environmental champions.
Charleston's Ranky Tanky jazz band to play Hilton Head Island, SC, June 16, 2018 at Mitchelville Juneteenth after Spoleto and Savannah Music Festival shows, "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross, No. 1 on Billboard charts with Lowcountry Gullah roots
Replica of Carolina Snowball the albino dolphin made famous in Pat Conroy's "Prince of Tides" is back at the Port Royal Foundation Maritime Center June 6, 2018 after first being captured near Beaufort SC by the Miami Seaquarium in 1962.
In this file video from 2013, "Sonny" Gay was interviewed at his home on St. Helena Island, S.C. and recounts his experience with Snowball, the albino dolphin that frequented the waters of St. Helena Sound in the 1950s before its capture.
Henry Louis Gates in Beaufort SC June 5, 2018 filming Civil War Reconstruction sites and Columbia University historical Eric Foner for potential PBS series to follow his 2013 landmark film 'The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross'
Chef Harry Flint of Beaufort, South Carolina, died May 27, 2018, leaving a legacy at Haig Point on Daufuskie Island and around the Lowcountry for pickled shrimp, smoked ribs and fine dining — with a tip to The Junior League of Charleston.
Captain Bill Parker of the Runaway charter boat retired May 27, 2018 after 32 years of professional fishing on Hilton Head Island. A young captain takes over the Custom Carolina sport fisher working out of the Dockside
USAF Col. George McKnight was a Vietnam POW alongside John McCain at the Hanoi Hilton. This week an Ohio man found an old letter McKnight wrote to him back when he was doing a project on veterans in middle school. Here's how the old POW described American freedom.
A handwritten letter found 30 Memorial Day weekends ago at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC., suddenly made military sacrifice more than names on 'The Wall' for this Hilton Head Island, SC, man.
A mortgage of $511,386.99 is paid off by an anonymous benefactor to leave the historic Campbell Chapel AME Church in Old Town Bluffton debt-free, clearing the former church of the late Clementa Pinckney to reach outside its walls.