Urbie West, owner of Rest Park Farm on Trask Parkway, shows, on March 22, 2017, the floating row cover system of nylon fabric cloth that he used to save his pick-your-own strawberry farm from last week's freeze.
Broad Creek, Calibogue Sound, Skull Creek. We were in all those spots during a couple-hour tour of Lowcountry waterways, for a look at some of the "tedious" cleanup still happening more than five months after Hurricane Matthew. March 21, 2017.
Randall Royal, MD, with Riverside Women's Care at Bluffton's Medical Campus, talks about delivering two babies 18-hours apart whose parents, roomed next door to each other, chose unconventional names - Romeo and Juliet. Juliet Evangeline Umana, was born at 8:14 a.m. Monday to parents Christiana Shifflet and Allan Umana of Bluffton at Coastal Carolina Hospital in Hardeeville with Romeo Arcangel Hernandez born at 2:06 p.m. Sunday to parents Morgan and Edwin Hernandez of Beaufort.
In the annual Beaufort Twilight run on March 18, 2017, former USCB All-American marathoner Joy Miller won both the 10-mile race — at twilight — and the 5K in the afternoon. Nelson graduated from USCB in 2016. She is sponsored by Skechers and is training to become a full-time pro. We followed her throughout the 10-mile, and talked with her seconds afterward, when she was exhibiting no signs of fatigue.
Charles Gay, co-owner of Gay Fish Company, talks about why he and is siblings decided to put their property and business up for sale during an interview on Friday, March 17, 2017, at his home on St. Helena Island.
Angela Gilstrap talks about the three hardest things about tiny home living since she, her boyfriend, her children and two dogs have been forced to live in an old RV in front of the home that they rent in Beaufort after it flooded during Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.
A Beaufort woman who escaped a fire in her home around 11:30 a.m., March 15, 2017, talked about the experience, which included rescuing two cousins, ages 2 and 4, who were about to take naps in one of the bedrooms.