In his first of several campaign stops in Beaufort County this weekend, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham told a small Beaufort crowd the area's military installations are threatened by proposed federal budget cuts.
A Yemassee home was destroyed in a fire early Friday morning after a pan was left on a burner, according to a Beaufort County Sheriff\'s Office report.
The removal of old streetlights in downtown Beaufort has been slowed by recent rains and unmarked underground utilities, including high voltage lines and undocumented stormwater drains, according to a city news release.
When the green beer starts flowing around St. Patrick's Day, hangovers are as persistent as ever. From mild nausea to debilitating headaches, they will be a penance that must be endured following a day of too much festivity. And while there are as many opinions about hangover cures as there are types of alcohol, chefs know best when it comes to post-revelry refueling.
When Collin Davidson was in high school, he and his friends dreamed of leaving Beaufort and never looking back.
Two suspects were arrested Friday in connection with several thefts from Bluffton businesses, according to a Beaufort County Sheriff's Office news release.
We are living in the age of privacy, in which we want to protect information about ourselves so we can have full control of our lives.
Carissa Kim, a competitor in the 2014 Hilton Head International Piano Competition, of Los Angeles, Calif. visited the students at M. C. Riley Elementary School on March 14, 2014, to perform a few songs on the piano and to answer their questions.
Joseph B. Fraser Jr., who with his brother, Charles, shaped modern Hilton Head Island, died Thursday night.
Too often, Lowcountry public bodies violate South Carolina's public-records and open-meetings law.
Indian navy ships supported by long-range surveillance planes and helicopters scoured Andaman Sea islands for a third day on Saturday without any success in finding evidence of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, officials said.
While it has been widely known that a large swath of wetlands face destruction from the Romarco mine, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study released this week says substantially more of the watery depressions could suffer indirectly from groundwater...