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St. Peter wins 5th straight with victory over Arlington. [Read More]
Turkey's total wheat production declined 14 percent in 2012 from the year before. Climate change has caused a steady decline in Turkey's wheat production... [Read More]
Young filmmakers from 19 schools in Qatar will be competing in the first ever Junior Environmental Filmmaker Awards contest. Small teams of three and four kids... [Read More]
Local herdsmen gathered together to celebrate the festival. Activities including wrestling, archery and Mongolian chess will be held. [Read More]
The Savannah National Wildlife Refuge will host an open house Thursday to provide information and receive public comment on a proposed updated hunt plan. [Read More]
Two officers with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office put on a K9 demonstration for the Coastal Carolina Cub Scout Day Camp on June 22 at Camp St. Mary. The five-day camp... [Read More]
Several area events scheduled for this weekend will give Lowcountry residents an opportunity to celebrate the July 4 holiday. [Read More]
Beaufort County is still working toward a development agreement with the owner of the Pepper Hall tract in Bluffton. A County Council subcommittee will again consider a rezoning proposal from landowner Robert... [Read More]
It's been several years since I first introduced you to Joan E. Aller's "Cider Beans, Wild Greens, and Dandelion Jelly: Recipes from Southern Appalachia. [Read More]
SPORTS BRIEFS A summer tennis camp for ages 5-17 will be held 9-11 a.m. Monday-Thursday the weeks of June 27, July 11 and 25 and Aug. 8 at Bluffton High. [Read More]
Looking to build on the success of a prior endeavor, the John Paul II football program will host a second football camp on the school's campus July 18-22. [Read More]
GETTING TO KNOW: A multi-sport athlete for Hilton Head Christian Academy, Joseph Lankowski opted for the road less traveled upon graduation in May. [Read More]
My thanks to all who called or emailed about last week's column. It has been a long and somewhat contentious session, with less productivity than I would have liked. Much of what... [Read More]
In the early days of World War II, the British, standing nearly alone, suffered a number of huge defeats. And then in November 1942, they won a major victory, defeating Gen. Rommel's forces... [Read More]
It will take a while before we fully understand the impact of the United Kingdom vote last week to exit the European Union. [Read More]
Acrobats will be flipping, twisting, jumping and flying across the stage at Magnolia Hall in a show that will leave Sun City residents in awe next week. [Read More]
The rain began when we were 10 miles from Plumtree. Figures. My raincoat was in the bottom of my suitcase. [Read More]
This one is for the fiddler crabs, sandpipers, seagulls, snails and everybody and everything else that lives in or otherwise enjoys our beautiful coastal estuaries. [Read More]
The city's zoning board of appeals has rejected a proposal to add a drive-thru window at the Dunkin' Donuts in a redeveloped Adams Plaza. [Read More]
Justin Camp's quick reflexes came in handy on the mound for the Burlington Royals on Tuesday night. The most daunting situation for a Royals pitcher appeared to develop on a ball thrown... [Read More]