More Videos

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort 1:30

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms 0:33

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend 0:53

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire 0:42

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired 2:19

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching' 0:55

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching'

Breaking down South Carolina prison assaults and deaths 1:06

Breaking down South Carolina prison assaults and deaths

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated) 0:41

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated)

'I blacked out:' Hilton Head bubble wrap killer confesses to murdering girlfriend 2:43

'I blacked out:' Hilton Head bubble wrap killer confesses to murdering girlfriend

Stone featured at this SC park dates back to when the ocean reached the Midlands 1:35

Stone featured at this SC park dates back to when the ocean reached the Midlands

  • Why the boil order for Habersham?

    Ed Saxon, general manager of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority talks on Friday about what happened to cause the authority to issue an advisory to residents of Habersham and Cherokee Farms to boil their water, and the causes of boil orders in general.

Ed Saxon, general manager of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority talks on Friday about what happened to cause the authority to issue an advisory to residents of Habersham and Cherokee Farms to boil their water, and the causes of boil orders in general. Jay Karr Staff video
Ed Saxon, general manager of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority talks on Friday about what happened to cause the authority to issue an advisory to residents of Habersham and Cherokee Farms to boil their water, and the causes of boil orders in general. Jay Karr Staff video

Habersham residents asked to continue boiling drinking water

July 14, 2017 08:24 AM

More Videos

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort 1:30

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms 0:33

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend 0:53

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire 0:42

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired 2:19

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching' 0:55

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching'

Breaking down South Carolina prison assaults and deaths 1:06

Breaking down South Carolina prison assaults and deaths

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated) 0:41

There's a new community planned for this part of Hilton Head (And it might be gated)

'I blacked out:' Hilton Head bubble wrap killer confesses to murdering girlfriend 2:43

'I blacked out:' Hilton Head bubble wrap killer confesses to murdering girlfriend

Stone featured at this SC park dates back to when the ocean reached the Midlands 1:35

Stone featured at this SC park dates back to when the ocean reached the Midlands

  • First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

    First responders worked together Monday morning to lift a car and free a 42-year-old woman who was struck by a car in downtown Beaufort just after 10:30 a.m., according to Beaufort Police Department. Note: This video contains graphic content.