Barbara Baroni was walking to the laundry room of her Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, home when she noticed an 8-foot alligator was in her carport and had been in her husband’s workshop and refrigerator.
Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort and flew to Marine Recruit Depot Parris Island in 1986 to help sell his plan to increase military spending.
An almost 11-foot alligator has been spotted roaming Fripp Island the first week of November. Jessica Miller, who caught the gator on video, says he's probably searching for a spot to spend the winter — and is being tracked by Clemson researchers.
Crab Bank is a small island just off the coast of Mount Pleasant, S.C., and used to be a huge nesting site for shorebirds. But erosion is quickly making the island disappear — and Audubon South Carolina says its loss can hurt more than the birds.
An 11-foot alligator known as King Arthur was seen crossing a Fripp Island, SC, road and swimming in a golf course pond Wednesday. The gator is tagged with a GPS tracker as part of a Clemson research study.
The Audubon South Carolina’s Silver Bluff Sanctuary offers a glimpse into the Lowcountry’s natural past with scenic views of the land through which the Savannah River flows. It is an ideal spot for a kayak or canoe trip.
Daphne Withrow, a nurse and legal partner with Olivetti, McCray & Withrow, LLC on Hilton Head Island, SC says owner Mark Mineur believes the O.A. Bloxom, an oyster buyboat built in Maryland in 1901, is worth saving.
Twin brothers — father and uncle of a Beaufort, South Carolina, family — say the men’s deaths within seven days of each other were a surprise and offer a chance to appreciate family and a welcoming community.
A new program allows for the adoption of dolphins that frequent the May River and Port Royal Sound. The program is a partnership between USCB’s Lowcountry Dolphin Conservation Program and Coastal Discovery Museum.
The Lowcountry of SC is the home to the American beautyberry, a plant that has a long history of use in folk medicine. The roots, leaves, and fruits were used to treat fever, malaria, dysentery, rheumatism, and colic.
Hurricane Florence hit North and South Carolina weeks ago, but high floodwater threatens residents trying to return to their homes. Watch out for harmful bacteria and wildlife such as snakes, alligators, rodents and more.
Brian Vaughn, of Off the Hook Fishing Charters, Hilton Head, South Carolina, says his 35-pound jack crevalle has broken the International Game Fish Association world record in fly fishing 8-pound tippet class.