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One such deluge Friday -- which rendered part of Carteret Street nearly impassible and flooded the bottom floors of some downtown buildings -- could not have come at a worse time, Mayor Billy Keyserling said.
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World War II and Korean War veteran Benjamin F. Johnson Sr. of Lady's Island died Friday at age 94. Johnson enlisted in the Army soon after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and served two years in England in a segregated unit, driving trucks that carried bombs to battalions throughout the country.
The vine that ate the South has reached as far as Canada, but experts say it ran away because of global warming, not the summertime scorched earth we're experiencing.
It started when I heard her voice as I was waiting at the deli: "You have not changed a bit," she said.
A developer seeking to bring a Starbucks to Beaufort will get concessions on some key building features, but other differences between 303 Associates and city officials remain unresolved.
On July 11, the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce, Military Enhancement Committee, Military Affairs Committee, City of Beaufort, Beaufort Water Festival, and SCE&G partnered for a special event in Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park to welcome Beaufort's first F-35B squadron.
Denise Parsick, right, of Beaufort, hands a concrete block to John Heinsohn, a wildlife biologist with S.C. Department of Natural Resources, as they build an oyster castle on a beach along the Morgan River.
Beaufort County has suspended applications for accommodations-tax grants because of a steep, unexpected decrease in state funding, according to county officials.
Christopher Mitchell, 23, and Markese Singleton, 21, were arrested by the Beaufort Police Department and charged with attempted burglary, second-degree burglary, criminal conspiracy, and possession of burglary tools, the jail log states.
The sleepy town, whose name is pronounced B’YEW-fert, is so picturesque that Hollywood has used it as the backdrop for such films as “The Prince of Tides” and “Forrest Gump.” And while there are many lovely cafes, bakeries, chocolateries, coffee shops and restaurants in the district, you won’t find a Starbucks or a ... (more)
"For the safety of everyone and the safety of our crew, we can't do it," program coordinator Bill Damude said minutes after festival command staff made the decision.
SCE&G hopes to replicate a program that would make as many as 250 homes in northern Beaufort County more energy efficient -- at no cost to the homeowners.
Badcock Home Furniture and More is moving from its Lady's Island location, where it has been for a quarter of a century.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:12 pm
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