S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster signed a moped bill into law in May 2017. While the law won't go into effect until late 2018 due to backlog because of the Real-IDs, moped drivers should start brushing up on the new restrictions now.
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SC moped drivers are in for changes in 2018
You be the judge: which of these Walmart signs is the fairest of them all?
Will this apology fix the behavior of the Beaufort County school board?
What did OCEARCH learn about their most famous great white shark, Mary Lee?
"Bennett, you'll be missed." Memorial created for Beaufort's icon
Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out!
NASA says 2017 Geminids will be dazzling
Shared memories of Beaufort's legendary Nathaniel Bennett
This golf tip may help your ball go further and straighter
4th arrest made in St. Helena uncle, nephew slayings
Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video
Watch as deck removal begins at Heron Street 'mini hotel'
The weather outside is frightful, but will it snow this weekend in Beaufort County?
At the Dec. 12 Beaufort County Board of Education meeting, Earl Campbell takes less than 60 seconds to apologize to the public for the 'disgraceful' behavior of board members at the last school board meeting when a board member dialed 911 on another.
Mary Lee, OCEARCH's most famous great white shark, last pinged off the coast of New Jersey in June. Researchers fear her tracking tag's battery might have died. Here's what they've learned about the "legendary" shark over the past five years.
A makeshift memorial has popped up at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park at Bay Street and West Street Extension in downtown Beaufort memorializing Beaufort's Nathaniel Bennett. Bennett, a U.S. Army veteran and longtime Beaufort resident and one of Beaufort’s most well-known faces, died Monday of natural causes. Bennett was 64.
Spring Island educational director and master naturalist Tony Mills shows us where alligators go to keep warm during the winter in this clip from Coastal Kingdom. To see more from this episode and to learn about other Lowcountry critters go to www.coastalkingdom.com.
After Amanda Whatley's video discussing her daughter's leukemia and the possible connection to contamination at the Laurel Bay military housing community near Beaufort, Marine officials held a town hall meeting to explain the Laurel Bay Health Study to residents. Here's how residents reacted.
The annual Holiday Toy Ride for The Deep Well Project will be rolling out at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. If you have a motorcycle and want to share some Christmas cheer among the local youth, this is the event for you.
Beaufort and Port Royal plan to operate a new fire station in the Burton area on Jan. 1 that traditionally has been served by Burton Fire District, including properties that the city and town have annexed, for a fee. Burton says it can't serve Beaufort and Port Royal properties without payment. A formal agreement hasn't been reached.