About 50 people attended Monday's Labor Day program at the Penn Center before festivities that included a cookout, fish fry and flea market. Dr. J. Herman Blake, a leading authority on Gullah-Geechee culture and scholar in residence at the Medical...
When Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling scans the horizon of his city, he doesn't see a place for oil rigs.
State wildlife officials say the number of coyotes in South Carolina appears to have leveled off in recent years, though many rural landowners and farmers might argue otherwise.
Its budget has been unsettled since May, but the Beaufort-Jasper Academy for Career Excellence now knows how it will fill a nearly $300,000 funding hole.
A one-block section of downtown Beaufort's West Street will be closed Tuesday as crews install a new water meter and lines.
This week, Kassie Nicknadarvich, a clinical dietitian at Beaufort Memorial Hospital, discusses the nutritional value of produce that's not in season.
A dethroned beauty queen from Myanmar said Tuesday she won't return her bejeweled $100,000 crown until pageant organizers apologize for calling her a liar and a thief.
Battery Creek High School football coach Jim Shuman learned just before taking the field Friday that his team had been the benefactor of a forfeit in Week Zero and was 1-0.
Parents and teachers can attest to teenagers' need for adequate sleep, which often conflicts with their seemingly innate desire to stay up late. Without enough Zs, teen heads fall on desks during class, tardiness is more prevalent, academic performance...
LOS ANGELES They rumble by night, these bikers.
Scenes from Chapin's annual Labor Day parade held Monday morning.