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Street Music on Paris Avenue returns

The 12th year of Street Music on Paris Avenue kicked off Saturday, May 11 with the band Yarn from New York playing to a couple hundred people who gathered between 9th and 10th streets to listen under perfect conditions. The next Street Music date is May 11, when soul and R&B artist Annika Chambers takes… Keep Reading


One Win Away

Dolphins take opener of state championship series Battery Creek is one win away from claiming the school’s first softball state title after a 2-1 win at Union County in the opening game of the Class 3A state championship series Monday. At press time, the Dolphins (21-8-1) were set to try to clinch the state title… Keep Reading


Team USA honors Cummings

Beaufort’s own CJ Cummings was honored as the top mail athlete of the month for Team USA’s Best of April awards announced last week.  Cummings swept gold and set 15 records — three junior world records, three junior and three senior Pan American records, and three junior and three senior American records — at the… Keep Reading


Hustle takes two titles in Charleston

The Beaufort Hustle AAU basketball program had a big weekend at the LowCountry Lightning May Madness tournament from May 3-5 in Charleston.  The Hustle claimed two team titles, as the high school boys team remained undefeated en route to a division title and the 10th-grade boys won their division. Tournament MVP Davis Molloy led the… Keep Reading


Dataw Island members raise money to fight cancer

Dataw Island members, this April, hosted “Master the Cure” Tournaments for their week-long series of cancer fundraising efforts, together raising an impressive $12,127.  The Battle for Life cancer fundraiser is a volunteer-driven event that has become an institution on the Island. Spearheaded by the Dataw Island Women’s Golf Association (DIWGA), the event began in 2002,… Keep Reading


Beaufort native riding the seas halfway around the world

By JANWEB LAGAZO Seaman Apprentice Jessica Seigler, a native of Beaufort, said her mother had served in the Navy and she always knew she would end up serving, too. Now, a year after enlisting and half a world away from home, Seigler serves aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, patrolling one of the world’s… Keep Reading


Beaufort History Museum patrons savor “Pearls of Wisdom”

The Beaufort History Museum’s fifth-annual Tea, “Pearls of Wisdom”, held May 7 at Dataw Island Club, was a resounding success, attracting 150 guests and raising funds to support the renovation of the museum’s exhibit hall. Patrons of the event, the organization’s principal fundraiser, sipped tea, savored delicious traditional tea delicacies, met authors, had books signed,… Keep Reading


Conroy Center to host readings by two southern authors

The Pat Conroy Literary Center will host two free public events featuring visiting southern writers George Singleton and Roberts Hicks on Tuesday, May 28, and Thursday, May 30, respectively. The author events will begin at 5:30 p.m. and be held in the Conroy Center at 905 Port Republic Street, Beaufort.  Books will be available for… Keep Reading

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