The Outside Foundation has cleanup days three times per year, bringing in anywhere from 300 to 600 pounds of trash each time. Community members and visiting volunteers round up all of the garbage they can find and dispose of it properly.
Hauling in the trash — hundreds of pounds worth
90-year-old woman performs at Gullah Festival
What are these Hilton Head Christian Academy grads looking forward to after high school?
Gullah food and Southern food, what's the difference?
Classmates show kindness after girl falls off stage
Why was Harriet Tubman so important to the Reconstruction?
These Whale Branch seniors just graduated, but now what?
Learning by doing: How a Hilton Head school teaches without testing
How I am going to spend my summer vacation
Active duty Marine on why he chose to memorialize WW I on his rib tattoo
'I really love your sleeve': How to initiate a discussion about tattoos
How to identify venomous snakes in the Lowcountry
Possible abuse of baby alligator caught on Snapchat, SCDNR investigates
90-year-old, legally blind Bessie Butler, a member of the Gullah Geechee Ring Shouters, performs at the 31st annual Gullah Festival on Saturday, May 27, 2017, at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in Beaufort.
The Island Academy of Hilton Head offers a non-traditional education for K-12 students. This month, part of the students' class work was to complete May Mastery Month - each week, students had to complete a new project and present it in front of parents and teachers. Projects ranged from putting on a living history museum to building a functional arcade.
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is investigating a the possibility that a group of Beaufort teenagers abused a baby alligator by pour beer down its throat and smoke in its face after a video of the incident was posted on Snapchat.
When Beaufort Marine Chris Macko was looking for his next tattoo, he ended up having a rendering done of the World War I Battle of Bellau Wood, in which the U.S. Marines figured prominently and earned the nickname "devil dogs." Here, he talks about what prompted his decision.
According to the SC Department of Natural resources, there are 38 types of snakes in the state, only six of which are venomous. Of those six, there are only two that are considered abundant to common - the cottonmouth and copperhead. Here are ways to make a positive identification.