NICHOLAS D. LUCCHESI SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCED AT USCB

Anew scholarship fund at the University of South Carolina Beaufort honors a Lowcountry young man who loved the university and provides opportunities for other students.

The full-tuition scholarships are in memory of Nicholas D. Lucchesi, who was a junior studying hospitality management at USCB when he passed away in October 2018. 

mcduffMCDUFF

Age:
4 years 
Gender: Male 
Weight: 64 pounds 
Breed: Boxer mix 
Temperament: Calm and cuddly. 

McDuff was hit by a car and left on the side of the road. He’s a sweet, lovable tripod dog who needs a forever home.

PINCKNEY ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

More than 14 miles of gravel roads and grass trails wind through Pinckney Island, providing visitor access to a wide range of habitats, including salt marsh, forestland, brushland, fallow fields and freshwater ponds.

Welcome to the Hilton Head Monthly’ 2019 holiday gift guide, where you can find the perfect gift for everyone on your list.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS ARE A FAVORITE LOWCOUNTRY TRADITION. HERE ARE SOME OF MONTHLY'S FAVORITE PLACES TO ENJOY THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND.

MONTHLY CELEBRATES LOCAL BUSINESSES AND COMMUNITIES WITH THE 2019 READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS.

Are you looking for the best of the Lowcountry? You’ll find it here. These are the “best of the best” places to shop, dine, live, party and more, as voted by you, our readers. If you don’t find your favorites here, make sure to cast your ballot next year. Congratulations to this year’s winners, and special thanks to all who voted.

SEEING THE WORLD WITH KIDS TAKES PATIENCE AND PLANNING

Of all modern man’s achievements, few are as wonderous as the ease with which we can travel the globe. What once was a months-long journey by steamship, train or pack mule can now be accomplished with an overnight flight and a shuttle bus, putting every horizon on the planet within a few hours’ reach. 

The more adventurous among you may want to continue your wanderlust even after you’ve started a family. But traveling with children is entirely different from traveling on your own. There are nap times to schedule, tummies that are constantly rumbling, bathroom breaks that pop up with startling regularity and attention spans that are measured in nano seconds. 

IT’S THE HOLIDAYS—THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR. WHAT COULD GO WRONG? TURNS OUT, PLENTY. BELOW, LOWCOUNTRY RESIDENTS GET REAL ABOUT THEIR HOLIDAY MISHAPS.

NORTH ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH BRINGS FAITH TO LIFE

North Island Baptist Church began gathering in fall 1994 as a fellowship of seven families who wanted a Southern Baptist church on the north end of Hilton Head Island. 

After meeting in various temporary facilities, the fellowship moved in December 1998 to its current, permanent location at 3800 Main Street. A few months later, on Easter Sunday 1999, the fellowship became a fully recognized Southern Baptist church, with a membership of 100.