If you plan on spending your Labor Day holiday at the beach, I'm sure you will probably be taking some family photos. Here are some tips of what not to do from one of our staff photographers to get the best photo of your family.
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What NOT to do when taking family beach photos
Who is going to clean up this illegal dump? One Beaufort man wants to know
Lady's Island water rescue after boat found 'traveling in circles with no one inside it'
What you need to know about the Friends of the Beaufort Library Fall Book Sale
Coroner says they've identified Lady's Island homicide victim
Sheriff's Office investigates Lady's Island homicide
Drone offers different look at the Port of Port Royal
Watch jets land at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort as they return from Irma evacuation
Smoke pours from Beaufort home after fire
Find out how this couple found themselves picking up roadside trash on their wedding day
Tropical Storm Irma didn't stop the party at Beaufort's Hemingways
Here's what the boardwalk at The Sands in Port Royal looks like after Irma
How Beaufort's King Street recovered from Irma's floods
A Beaufort resident who lives nearby a growing debris and illegal dumping pile near a Port Royal shopping center this it's dangerous and ugly and wants to know who will clean it up. Debris started piling up after Hurricane Matthew and has continued after Irma.
Kinsey Baker, chairman of book sales for the event -- which is a fundraiser for the Beaufort County Library -- shared a few statistics with us about the sale, which is being held this weekend at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in Beaufort. Here's 11 things you might want to know about the Fall Book Sale.
Lady's Island-St. Helena Island Fire District and several other agencies responded to Factory Creek on Thursday afternoon to rescue a lone boater who was tossed from his craft. The man was not injured, and the boat was secured by South Carolina Department of Natural Resources officers.
Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen says that the identity of the male homicide victim found on Chowan Creek Bluff on Wednesday has been established. He said he is not releasing the name until next of kin have been notified.
The body of an adult male was found near the Masonic Lodge on Chowan Creek Bluff Road on Wednesday. The body had two gunshot wounds and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and the Beaufort County Coroner are on the scene investigating.
The Beaufort-Port Royal Fire Department extinguished a house fire on Rodgers Drive in Beaufort on Sunday night. The family fled the home after they could not extinguish the blaze, which started in a bedroom around 7 p.m., according to the Fire Chief Reece Bertholf.
Participating in a morning Adopt-a-Highway litter cleanup was just another wedding day chore for Beaufort's Alicia Taylor and Benjamin Powell, whose nuptuals were scheduled for 4 p.m. on a cruise boat off the coast of Hilton Head.
Storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma shoved a large section of the concrete Henry Robinson Boardwalk over and into the marsh. The boardwalk at the popular Port Royal 'The Sands' is now barricaded and covered in danger signs until the town can repair it. Here's what it looked like on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Beaufort resident Mike Sutton went paddling down King Street in Beaufort during Tropical Storm Irma's arrival at high tide. This video displays side-by-side video before and after to illustrate how storm surge inundated The Point.
Major flooding occurred in Beaufort's historic 'The Point' neighborhood and Henry C. Chambers waterfront park when Tropical Storm Irma came through on Monday. Mike Sutton took out his jon boat to navigate the flood waters and survey the damage. Here's what he saw.
Hunting Island State Park became even more susceptible to flooding after Hurricane Matthew took out the sand dune system last October. That's why park manager Daniel Gambrell says the water damage from Tropical Storm Irma is actually worse than it was with Matthew. Two days after Irma, the state park still has up to 3 ft. of water on some of its roadways and parking lots. Park officials say it could be closed for the rest of the year. Here's a look at the damage.
Burton Fire District, Beaufort Water Search and Rescue, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office and Beaufort County EMS teamed up to rescue four families on Monday afternoon when the waters began to rise because of Tropical Storm Irma. The teams used an airboat to save 15 people — including two children and an elderly resident — from the homes off Delaney Circle in Seabrook around 2 p.m.