A song from the heart

Sam Steffen sings one of his original songs to members of the community who gathered at the Crimson House Café on Saturday to celebrate...

Mediacom is second company to offer Bluffton a bite of gigabit...

Bluffton is now served by two companies offering 1 gigabit broadband service for ...

Demolition contracts approved for 2 houses

The Bluffton Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids from two local contractors ...

Police News: 3-24-17

INCIDENTS City: Thursday, 11:11 a.m., residence in the 100 block of Greenbriar Drive, Willowbrook addition. Mailbox vandalized. Thursday, 5:56 p.m., Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2100 N. Main St. One...

Something unexpected

4-H auction raises $130K in bids, but the astonishing number was the amount of money added to the sale of a couple of rabbits...

Police Notebook: 5-5-17

INCIDENTS City: Thursday, 9:20 a.m., First Fleet, 594 Decker Drive. License plate stolen. Thursday, 3:07 p.m., Bluffton Harrison Elementary School, 1100 E. Spring St. . Large sinkhole...

Norwell High School Intern Student Spotlight: Natalie Pritchard

Senior Natalie Pritchard has been selected to receive the weekly Norwell High School Internship award. She is doing her experience at The Angela Becker...

Council won’t make deputy EMA chief a full-time post

“We are requesting that this position be changed to a full-time status to help the office run ...

It’s pretty sunny in Bluffton’s parks

Pam Vanderkolk, superintendent of the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department, reviewed her ...

Police Notebook 06-05-2017

INCIDENTS City: Friday, 9:52 p.m., Sleepy Hollow mobile home park. Officers responded to a report of a fight between a father and son. The parties had...