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9 hrs ago | The Island Packet
Kathryn Weatherhead of Hilton Head sits with two of her three grandsons, August, 2, left, and Fritz, 3 months old.
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12 hrs ago | The Island Packet
Congressman Mark Sanford speaks on the possibility of immigration reform legislation passing in the coming year during Sunday's town hall meeting on Hilton Head Island.
The Family Promise of Beaufort County board of trustees would like to express its gratitude to the community for its support for "A Festival of Hymns", a fundraising event for Family Promise held Nov. 17 at Holy Family Catholic Church.
How to appeal Owners who want to appeal their property's tax valuation must notify the Beaufort County Assessor's Office before Wednesday.
Robert Graves might have struck a deal with Beaufort County to sell 120 acres of his Pepper Hall Plantation property, which County Council will likely consider Monday, his attorney says.
The Beaufort County sheriff's deputies responded to a domestic dispute call on Lady's Island, which ended in the seizure of stolen firearms and drugs.
A Beaufort County Spanish teacher is charged with simple assault after being accused of hitting a student on the back with a leather pouch.
The family of Margarita Gonzalez, the Bluffton woman who went missing Sunday, said it's not like her to go days without talking to them.
A man who drove into his girlfriend's car outside a St. Helena Island gas station Monday was seriously injured after his sport utility vehicle later rolled over about three miles from the gas station, according to a report from the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office.
For the second time in as many years, organizers of a free community Christmas dinner on Hilton Head Island learned in summer there was no place to hold the meal, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.
A Spanish teacher at H.E. McCracken Middle School has been charged with simple assault and third-degree battery after allegedly hitting a student during school Tuesday.
Riverview Charter School first graders have been learning about tree and plant life cycles this year and more than 70 will be singing and dancing those lessons at 11 a.m. in the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park as part of a joint celebration with the city of Beaufort.
A picnic might seem a flimsy shield against the onslaught of violence and moral decay that assaults communities every day.
In the Lowcountry, folks in Beaufort got the chance to meet one on one with elected officials Tuesday night and hear firsthand about what they've been working on.