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dalholm: One of Beaufort's many larger-than-life homes

Tidalholm: One of Beaufort’s many larger-than-life homes

By Donna Perry |  The Edgar Fripp house, also known as Tidalholm, is a large absolutely beautiful home built in Beaufort in 1853. Mr. Fripp built this home as a summer retreat, as did many of the plantation owners during the […]

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A collection of Beaufort's most haunted tales

Beaufort’s Haunted History: The Land’s End Light

A wealth of ghostly stories and haunted tales surround the Sea Islands, one of the most popular being The Land’s End Light. Traveling down Land’s End Road on

Meet the O’Briens and Monkey’s Uncle: Where a love for Beaufort meets a love for fun

Meet the O’Briens and Monkey’s Uncle: Where a love for Beaufort meets a love for fun

By Abigail Kraft | Hopefully by now you're aware that Beaufort is the proud home of a family-owned toy store on Bay Street. Monkey's Uncle celebrated its

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Meet a Local: Meet Griffin Salzer

By Abigail Kraft | A community is made up of many different people, each playing his or her key role in making it special, and 26 year old

Beaufort's Haunted History:  The Castle's jester

Beaufort’s Haunted History: The Castle

The Castle, built by Dr. Joseph Johnson in the 1850’s in an Italian Renaissance style, sits proudly at 411 Craven Street.  Located on the water in The Point

Beaufort's Haunted History:  St. Helena's Chapel of Ease (w/video)  Photo courtesy Jdubbstudio Design and Photography

Beaufort’s Haunted History: St. Helena’s Chapel of Ease (w/video)

Traveling along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. on St. Helena Island, shortly before you reach the’ hanging tree’, off to the left you will find the ruins of an

Lowcountry Food: Enjoying the best of the Beaufort Shrimp Festival

Lowcountry Food: Enjoying the best of the Beaufort Shrimp Festival

By Stephanie Venz | Beaufort sure knows how to put on a good festival. Add fresh shrimp cooked by some of Beaufort’s best restaurants into the equation and

From the Home Oven: Beaufort's Cookies by Charlotte

From the Home Oven: Beaufort’s Cookies by Charlotte

Everyone loves cookies.  Sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, pecan sandies; the list just goes on and on.  There's one local Beaufort business that has taken the simple cookie

The Pumpkin Patch at Carteret Street UMC in downtown Beaufort opens Monday, Septemmber 29th.

Beaufort area pumpkin patches…and more

By Ashley Hamm | It is officially fall, and, other than devoting every Saturday and Sunday to cheering on your favorite football team, one of the greatest signs

Lovebugs have invaded the Lowcountry Photo by Susan Clark

It’s a lovebug invasion in the Lowcountry

By Cindy Reid | The invasion of the lovebugs is upon us. They don’t bite or sting, and their season doesn’t last long but boy are they aggravating.

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