Patrons of Roy’s Aquarium on Ribaut Road detailed what they found inside the store in a series of Beaufort County Animal Shelter and Control reports sought through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Beaufort County’s airplane and helicopter used to spray for mosquitoes are grounded with maintenance issues. The county has sprayed for the bugs using its fleet of trucks and said the number of calls is down from a year ago.
The potential developers of the Port of Port Royal are inviting the public to tour the property on Thursday, July 27, 2017. The former South Carolina port terminal is under contract to Grey Ghost Properties LLC.
Staff with Beaufort County’s Human Services Alliance have unveiled a new concept: a neighborhood-based transportation network that could connect far-flung portions of the county. The “neighbor to neighbor” idea would use a network of shuttles or small buses operated by local employers, non-profit groups and churches.
A series of public meetings this week will help plan Beaufort County’s Reconstruction era national monument. National Park Service officials will host meetings on St. Helena Island and in Port Royal and Beaufort to learn more about what residents feel is important in telling the story of the area during and after the Civil War.
When the Beaufort Water Festival's Blessing The Fleet event started 62 years ago it was primarily to bless the shrimp boats and to introduce the new commodore. Many local shrimp boats participated. Take a look at how the event has changed over the years.
Stacey Canaday speaks about her feelings on being announced as the 63rd Beaufort Water Festival Commodore and the fact that she and her husband, Chris Canaday, are the first married couple to both be given the honor of being commodore.