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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 old church; what is known in the area as The Chapel of […]

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Lowcountry Oyster Roasts

Lowcountry Oyster Roasts, ’tis the season

By Cindy Reid | If fall is here and the temperature starts to drop, then it must be time for that most favorite of Lowcountry events; the ever-popular

Beaufort's History built of foundation of...tabby   Photo courtesy of hdes.copeland

Beaufort’s history built on foundation of…tabby

By Donna Perry |  Did you know that Beaufort County is said to be one of the absolute oldest settlements in the United States?  The area also has

Fall Festival of Houses and Gardens provides a rare view

Fall Festival of Houses and Gardens provides a rare view

Beaufort harbors a rich repository of 18th and 19th Century houses with a remarkable architectural variety.  Every October during the Historic Beaufort Foundation's Fall Festival of Houses and

Keep your pet safe during Beaufort's colder days:  Pet Friendly Beaufort

Keep your pet safe during Beaufort’s colder days

Even though the weather here in beautiful Beaufort is usually quite balmy, there is occasional cold weather during the months of December through February. And, even though we don’t

Gather 'round the burn barrel

Gather ’round the burn barrel

By Cindy Reid | Nothing signifies the fall season for a certain class of us Lowcountry residents than a roaring fire in a burn

Keep your pets hydrated during these Beaufort summers

Protect your pet in the Beaufort heat

Beaufort is a very active community, and we take our pets everywhere regardless the time of year.  When the beautiful Beaufort summer is in full swing, as it is

Ancient shell rings perserved on Coosaw Island

Ancient shell rings preserved on Coosaw Island for 4,000 years

Out on Coosaw Island off of SC 802 there's some very ancient history that seems to be seldomly talked about.  Sitting on a piece of this tiny and

The Route 21 Produce Project:  Part 1  By Tess Malijenovsky

The Route 21 Produce Project

By Tess Malijenovsky |  Shopping for produce locally is one of the only ways to create a relationship with your food and farmers, making the connection between your

Beaufort through the eyes of a tourist

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By Gail Ankney |  Beaufort is a very tourist oriented town, and you can spot our visitors all over the area on most days.  Tour buses roll into downtown on a daily basis

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