The holidays are known for getting together with family and loved ones and sharing a good meal. While pets are certainly considered to be a part of the family, they shouldn't eat the foods that may grace your table. Watch to find out why.
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Shared memories of Beaufort's legendary Nathaniel Bennett
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Watch as deck removal begins at Heron Street 'mini hotel'
The weather outside is frightful, but will it snow this weekend in Beaufort County?
Train crash kills driver in Hardeeville
Is this new Beaufort County fire station necessary? See for yourself
Have a motorcycle? Want to help some Lowcountry kids? This is the event for you
Child pleads to Hilton Head's Town Council to keep tennis court
100+ mph high speed chase led Bluffton cops to Savannah's Talmadge Bridge
Here's what the Town of Hilton Head wants to do with the Cordillo Tennis Courts
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.
During Tuesday's Hilton Head Town Council meeting -- in which the council discussed selling the public Cordillo Tennis Courts to the Cordillo Courts condominium complex – a student of Neighborhood Outreach Connection got up to ask the council to keep the courts as a public park.
Dash cam footage and audio from the dispatcher paint the story as the Bluffton police chased three suspects' vehicles in a high speed chase, reaching speeds of over 100 mph, from the New River area to the Talmadge Memorial Bridge on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017.
Beaufort County School Board member Joseph Dunkle called 911 on fellow board member Cynthia Gregory-Smalls after a heated argument during an executive session of the Nov. 28, 2017 board meeting. Here's the call, which has been edited for length.