“It’s wonderful being in a family environment committed to understanding and supporting the whole child and the whole learning experience.”
As Rawl continued to grow her business online and in stores, her hard work caught the eye of a Southern Living editor…
The Department of Labor reports that the number of 15- to 22-year-olds working or job hunting spiked at about 37 percent in 2022, the highest since 2009.
We want all our residents and visitors to enjoy our May River and to be safe.
Upcoming projects Harvey is excited about include the 2023 Crescendo Celebration beginning Oct. 10 and culminating in the Hilton Head Lantern Parade (Nov. 18)
“This year, we are celebrating two significant milestones in Hilton Head Island’s history…”
Face to Face: As the “KC” in The Face Place by KC prepares for retirement, she looks to new generation to take skincare forward.
And as she prepares for the sun to set on The Face Place by KC, Cooksey is happy to see that the sun will rise on AboutFace Skin Therapy, offering that same dedication, passion and technical know-how that have served her clients for decades.
We moved here three months later and never looked back. At the time, the second pharmacy on the island was opening and they needed a pharmacist, so my dad had a job.
“My hope is that someday we have someone walk into our office and say, ‘I just wanted to come in here and thank you guys because without you, I wouldn’t be here.’” – Bob Clarkson
The six women highlighted here are talented, passionate, and incredibly accomplished. They spend their days protecting animals, educating young people, advocating for sustainability, organizing volunteer programs, and voicing the concerns of our community.
When she came home and told her husband that she wanted to take up golf, he thought she had lost her mind. Nonetheless, Sharon got a used set of clubs, took a few lessons, and they’ve been playing ever since.
Featuring the talented: Amanda Cifaldi, Lola Campbell, Debbie Lowman, Tess Luechtefeld, Ashley Douglas, Tracy Moss, The Women of Butler & College, Nikki Jacoby, Meredith Bannon, Sarah Tiana,...
“Outside Brands will continue to grow with our three-discipline model of retail, leisure recreation, and destination management, with a focus on the Lowcountry of South Carolina and the Georgia Coastal Empire. We are regularly adding new experiences, services and retail offerings.”
Here’s what people are saying: “Always Great Food! Surprisingly Good! Anytime we’ve come, the food has been excellent! Nice treat! Check out Big Jim’s.”
According to the latest statistics I could find on the interwebs, 42 percent of all businesses in the U.S. are owned by women.
As a group of guys who live and breathe bikes, they can not only tell you the best way to get from here to there on two wheels, but they can make sure you get there in comfort and style.
That hands-on help is already making a major impact on the black business community, elevating entrepreneurial dreams above the roadblocks in their way.