Beaufort resident Jay Kennedy, who stayed at his Hancock Street home for the tropical storm, carries a pile of reeds to the seawall on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, that were pushed in by Tropical Storm Irma's storm surge and high tide.
Beaufort resident Jay Kennedy, who stayed at his Hancock Street home for the tropical storm, carries a pile of reeds to the seawall on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, that were pushed in by Tropical Storm Irma's storm surge and high tide. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@beaufortgazette.com
Beaufort resident Jay Kennedy, who stayed at his Hancock Street home for the tropical storm, carries a pile of reeds to the seawall on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, that were pushed in by Tropical Storm Irma's storm surge and high tide. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@beaufortgazette.com

‘Close to the edge:’ Tropical Storm Irma leaves Beaufort business drying out, giving thanks

September 13, 2017 03:29 PM

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