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Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video 1:52

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Watch: A virtual visit to Beaufort's waterfront 1:29

Watch: A virtual visit to Beaufort's waterfront

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Train crash kills driver in Hardeeville

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Ted Turner's private Beaufort County island is for sale. Here's what you get 1:12

Ted Turner's private Beaufort County island is for sale. Here's what you get

Former Lady's Island restaurant owner has the laugh that kept them coming back 0:20

Former Lady's Island restaurant owner has the laugh that kept them coming back

Listen as Joseph Dunkle calls 911 on fellow school board member Cynthia Gregory-Smalls 1:17

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