More Videos

Sex charges in South Carolina: How do the numbers add up? 0:34

Sex charges in South Carolina: How do the numbers add up?

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island 0:43

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase 1:01

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season 0:37

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season

Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life 0:53

Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life

Leaving Savannah, here's what you'll see as you drive US 17 0:41

Leaving Savannah, here's what you'll see as you drive US 17

Motorcyclist gets off bike, threatens driver on Boundary Street 0:21

Motorcyclist gets off bike, threatens driver on Boundary Street

Free beach parking at Coligny is safe for now -- but the debate continues 1:48

Free beach parking at Coligny is safe for now -- but the debate continues

Hilton Head is looking to get into the Guinness Book of World Records with a meatball. Here's how to make your own. 0:54

Hilton Head is looking to get into the Guinness Book of World Records with a meatball. Here's how to make your own.

2 community groups are pushing for changes in Beaufort County schools. Here's what they want. 0:48

2 community groups are pushing for changes in Beaufort County schools. Here's what they want.

  • What are the considerations for Port Royal's working waterfront?

    Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied.

Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@islandpacket.com
Researchers with the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and Clemson University recently studied each of the state's remaining working waterfronts. Port Royal, with the state's only publicly funded shrimp dock operation, was among the communities studied. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@islandpacket.com

Researchers share the story of Port Royal’s waterfront and wonder how it will end

January 31, 2017 11:48 AM

UPDATED January 31, 2017 11:59 AM

More Videos

Sex charges in South Carolina: How do the numbers add up? 0:34

Sex charges in South Carolina: How do the numbers add up?

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island 0:43

This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase 1:01

Yemassee Police release dash cam video of high speed chase

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season 0:37

Here's where you can - and can't - park for free in downtown Beaufort this holiday season

Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life 0:53

Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life

Leaving Savannah, here's what you'll see as you drive US 17 0:41

Leaving Savannah, here's what you'll see as you drive US 17

Motorcyclist gets off bike, threatens driver on Boundary Street 0:21

Motorcyclist gets off bike, threatens driver on Boundary Street

Free beach parking at Coligny is safe for now -- but the debate continues 1:48

Free beach parking at Coligny is safe for now -- but the debate continues

Hilton Head is looking to get into the Guinness Book of World Records with a meatball. Here's how to make your own. 0:54

Hilton Head is looking to get into the Guinness Book of World Records with a meatball. Here's how to make your own.

2 community groups are pushing for changes in Beaufort County schools. Here's what they want. 0:48

2 community groups are pushing for changes in Beaufort County schools. Here's what they want.

  • This Marine just became the first female mascot to graduate from Parris Island

    PFC Opha May completed her first graduation on the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island parade deck on Friday morning. She is the first female mascot, named after the first female Marine, and is ready for the job. Plus, she is so adorable!