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Beaufort officially welcomes Digital Corridor

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Staff reports The Beaufort Digital Corridor project formally opens its doors Thursday, Jan. 12, to start helping small technology-related companies take flight. A ribbon cutting will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the renovated and upfitted offices. The approximately 5,000-thousand-square foot facility at 500 Carteret St. is located in downtown Beaufort a few blocks from…

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News briefs for January 12th-19th

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Council members are sworn in at ceremony  Reelected and newly-elected members of Beaufort County Council were sworn in recently by Marvin H. Dukes, III, Beaufort County master-in-equity. County council members Michael E. Covert (District 7) and York Glover Sr. (District 3) took their oaths of office for the first time. Gerald Dawson (District 1) and Brian…

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Hurricane Matthew news briefs for January 12th-18th

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Harbor Island rookery needs help rebuilding Harbor Island, which has one of coastal Carolina’s most important rookeries that provides nesting and roosting habitat for thousands of wading birds, was severely damaged during Hurricane Matthew and needs help with recovery. Of particular importance is a fresh water pond on Kelp Court that has been completely breeched by…

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City: 2016 was year of progress for Beaufort

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Editor’s note: The following was provided by the city of Beaufort. From opening a new fire station to kicking off construction on Boundary Street to opening the long-awaited Southside dog park to launching an incubator for technology companies, progress was the key word for Beaufort in 2016. “After months and sometimes years of planning and…

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News briefs for January 5th-11th

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New technology improves service at county offices Beaufort County’s Myrtle Park offices in Bluffton have launched new technology that has been called “pleasantly innovative” by residents who have visited within the past two weeks. When residents step off of the elevator on the third floor of the Myrtle Park office building, they will encounter an interactive…

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