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
Deputy's report tells what led up to Beaufort County man's tasing. He died days later
Here's why Beaufort County students shouldn't participate in national walkout, superintendent says
Watch as the flu spreads through South Carolina
Do you know who owns this doll found in Bluffton?
Check out HGTV's new Sweepstakes home in Bluffton
See how many people were in line for Margaritaville Hilton Head opening
Here's what the Harbour Town Pier looks like now — and before Hurricane Matthew
More than 5,000 feet of pipe is going under the Beaufort River
See the moment when Hilton Head fishing crew catches 16-foot great white shark
This collapsible vault could save students from active shooters. Here's how it works
Sneak peek: Here's what's coming with the Island Recreation Center expansion
Beaufort County brush fire chars land, destroys shed and home
Beaufort County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call at a Seabrook residence at 6:22 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17. They found 24-year-old Trey Pringle sitting in front of a broken television "bleeding everywhere," according to the report. His mother had informed police and EMS of his previous medical and mental health history. Here's how one Beaufort County Sheriff's deputy's report detailed the incident.
This animation, current as of Feb, 17, 2018, shows the number of influenza cases per 100,000 people in South Carolina and the total deaths in the state by region this season. S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control reports that the state is in its tenth week of the flu being reported as 'widespread.'
Jeff Moss, superintendent with the Beaufort County School District, tells board of education members why he thinks it would be dangerous for Beaufort students to participate in the March 14 national walkout in response to the Parkland, Florida high school shooting that happened on Feb. 14, 2018.
A South Carolina company has created the "The Vault for Active Shooters and Tornadoes" or "VAST6," a collapsible vault that's made to withstand the force of an F-5 tornado and stop bullets from guns like the AR-15. The vault was on display Friday at the annual South Carolina School Boards Association on Hilton Head — just two days after the Parkland school shooting that killed 17 people.
Walterboro, South Carolina resident Howard P. Jones Jr. was a tail gunner in a B-24 Liberator during World War II. Jones, who has congestive heart failure and is in Hospice care, plans to sky dive for his tenth time, which could be his last — an annual event usually held on his birthday in June at the Lowcountry Regional Airport in Walterboro.
Lady's Island-St. Helena Fire District extinguished a 2-acre brush fire that was moving through the area along Davin Green Road on St. Helena Island Monday afternoon. The mobile home that was destroyed was abandoned.
Docks at this popular St. Helena Island shrimp dock were no match to the winds and storm surge of Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Irma. Now, some locals are trying to rally the community to help the family bring it back into operation.
On Oct. 14, Beaufort County's single-use plastic bag ban will go into effect and shoppers are being encouraged to switch to reusable bags. Here's a guide on what you need to know to keep your bags clean and avoid contaminating your food with dirt and germs.