MONTH-LONG HHI EVENT WILL HIGHLIGHT ARTS, CULTURE AND HISTORY
BY HILTON HEAD MONTHLY
A month-long display of talent, culture and arts is set to be showcased.
GREGORY’S PLAYGROUND’S ADAPTIVE PLAY AREA BRINGS CHILDREN TOGETHER
BY JUSTIN JARRETT | PHOTOS SUPPLIED
Greg Fotia has been gone for twice as long as he was with us, but his legacy still lives on through Gregory’s Playground, a state-of-the-art adaptive play area that gives children with disabilities equal access to outdoor fun.
BY DAVID ANTHONY
The City of Hardeeville, founded in 1911, is among the fastest-growing cities in the Lowcountry. Its population estimate grew 120 percent from 2010-2018, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The city’s population is expected to surpass 30,000 people in the next 10 years, officials say. It now encompasses 56 square miles and continues to grow.
BY JUSTIN JARRETT
Just a couple of miles across Calibogue Sound from Harbour Town lies Daufuskie Island, a small, largely undeveloped barrier island.
A 45-minute ferry ride up the Intracoastal Waterway whisks visitors back in time: depositing them on Daufuskie — accessible only by boat — and a world away from the trappings of modern-day life.
MITCHELVILLE’S HISTORY OFFERS FOOTPRINT FOR THE FUTURE
By Luana M. Graves Sellars | PAINTING BY SONJA GRIFFIN EVANS | PHOTO SUPPLIED
“Good colored people, you have a great work to do, and you are in a position of responsibility. This experiment is to give you freedom, position, homes, your families, property, your own soil. It seems to me a better time is coming … a better day is dawning.”
Hilton Head Island is a beautiful place to live — and plans are being made for it to become even better.
The island is full of big projects, including the planned 103-acre mid-island community park. Touted by officials as one of the biggest initiatives in the island’s history, the proposed plans include an open-air market, an interactive water feature, an 18-hole disc golf course and a nature preserve.