In 1955 the airport in Ridgeland was more like an airfield. It had a grass runway and one hanger — no terminal, no taxiway. Just land, a runway, and air.
New county sheriff Chris Malphrus, who was sworn-in Jan. 3., campaigned on a platform of community engagement and crime deterrence. His first week in...
At the final meeting in December, school board member Bennie Hazel addressed the board and said he’d been denied his right to speak on prior agendas,...
Music is a way of life for Wesley Chisholm.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade, presented by the  MLK Garden of Light Committee, made its way through downtown Ridgeland Saturday morning.


It didn’t take long for Ridgeland’s Rhonda Sims to shed a few tears in Tampa Bay, Fla. In fact, she shed a few before she even arrived.
Jamie Davis scored 16 points and Ellie Bryan added 14 points as Thomas Heyward's girls beat visiting John Paul II 61-36 Tuesday night.
On Jan. 10, the Ridgeland-Hardeeville Jaguars got their first taste of Class AAA basketball. The Jaguars lost 60-55 to first-year team May River,...
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When Gov. Nikki Haley was picked to be the U.N. ambassador, we were concerned her departure would hinder the progress of the Jasper Ocean Terminal.
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A large, blank canvas at the Technical College of the Lowcountry’s tunnel walkway crossing Ribaut Road will soon display Beaufort County’s history, natural beauty and a message of unity.
Undaunted by Hurricane Matthew, Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport welcomed a record number of passengers in 2016, finishing the year with...
Two Beaufort County school improvement councils were among 16 named to the state’s 2017 honor roll for their work fostering civic engagement in public...
The Bluffton Police Department recently announced a series of retirements, promotions and reassignments.


Students of the Beaufort High School Voices choir group will receive a once in a lifetime opportunity as they make their way to Washington, D.C.
If it was not for a young girl’s keen senses, a man and his dog may have been stuck in pluff mud for much longer, facing the dangers of a rising tide. 
Familiar faces in the community are hitting the dance floor.
A Beaufort County business owner was recently recognized by the S.C. Vocational Rehabilitation Department.