Earlene Campbell-Coleman recently received a photo of a former slave who turned out to be her great-great-great grandfather. Frank Campbell was among 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests in 1838, to plantations in Louisiana, to help save Georgetown U
Toni and Gary Woods lost their two sons, Gregory and Matthew, in a car accident 30 years ago. Though their feelings of loss are still strong — and it may seem awkward to bring up the subject — they say they welcome talking with friends about their
These are the basic requirements for students to meet for Beaufort County Public School students. Parents and students should refer to their respective school's list of accepted colors for their uniforms. For more information, go to beaufortschool
Beaufort County Parks and Leisure Services director Shannon Loper breaks down the new features — including an elevated track and batting cages — at the Buckwalter Recreation Center in Bluffton on Monday.
Hilton Head fifth-grader Christopher Nguyen was recently selected as one of 12 student reporters for TIME for Kids, a classroom magazine. While being interviewed on Tuesday, he revealed that he also records voice-overs for advertisements and showe
The St. Mary’s Railroad in coastal Georgia consists of the old rail depot – an art-deco utilitarian building – which was converted into a museum and a local theatre that are both popular with visitors. The St. Mary’s Railroad owns several diesel l
Experience 25.6 miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and running as well as the waterfall of the old millrace at Poinsett State Park located in Sumter County. The park features Coquina stone that dates back to when the ocean reached inland
Fidget Spinners are one of the hottest toys in the country, including in Columbia, S.C. The two or three-pronged gadgets spin endlessly with the help of bearings and weights. They were originally designed to enhance concentration and stimulate learning.