The week in review: Beaufort's most popular stories

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This week in Beaufort was a surprisingly busy one, particularly for one that marked the end of a sweltering month that sapped the energy out of us citizens.

From crime, to heat, to big rains, to school closure debate, to a new downtown market, to a tuition hike and loads more, our small news desk was kept quite busy.

So, without further adieu, the top stories from June 27th to July 3rd:

Beaufort police respond to Parish Church robbery

Three held in beating of elderly Beaufort man

Is Port Royal Elementary on the chopping block?

Lowcountry Produce market bound for shuttered Beaufort City Hall 

Blamed on coal grill, morning fire in Beaufort destroys home kills two dogs 

Heavy rains hit Beaufort, Lowcountry

USCB tuition rising 5.9% 

Beaufort's Chocolate Tree in new hands but stays in the family 

Beaufort museum works to move forward (with artifact photos)

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