Beaufort News

August 25, 2013 6:14 PM

Closures near businesses on Beaufort's Bay Street might get shorter

Paving and closures of the main road through downtown Beaufort's shopping district might not take as long as expected - if the weather cooperates. Originally scheduled for as long as five days the week before Labor Day, the closure of Bay Street has been whittled to as few as two days, according to S.C. Department of Transportation commissioner Jim Rozier.

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