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6:40 am on Saturday November 22, 2014
The holiday season will kick in with full honors the weekend of December 6 when A Night on the Town and the Light Up The Night Boat Parade, and Christmas Parade return.
11:27 am on Wednesday October 1, 2014
Rejoice, the 2014-2015 season for harvesting shellfish — clams, oysters and other bivalves — in South Carolina's coastal waters has returned as of Wednesday, Oct. 1. Below are more details from a release. The season remains open through May 15, 2015...
5:28 am on Wednesday August 13, 2014
If you didn't already know, a few feet of water will make your city apartment into waterfront real estate.
10:36 am on Sunday May 11, 2014
The adage goes to only eat shellfish in "r" months, but the season won't officially end for a few more days. Oyster season ends on May 15 and clam season halts on May 31, and that will be your last chance for fresh local shellfish until October 1....
8:45 am on Wednesday November 27, 2013
The holiday season will kick in with full honors the weekend of December 6 to 8 when A Night on the Town and the Light Up The Night Boat Parade, and Christmas Parade return. The Night on the Town is Friday, December 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. when shops...
2:20 am on Wednesday November 13, 2013
More heat, flooding, and drought is expected to hit the Southeast as the world's climate warms.
9:47 am on Saturday September 21, 2013
Seafood lovers have another reason to be happy: clam and oyster season in South Carolina coastal waters opens one-half hour before sunrise on Monday, October 1. The recreational and commercial oyster and clam seasons is slated to remain open through...
12:17 am on Wednesday July 3, 2013
Some residents of Haystack Way in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach blame the dramatic flooding in their neighborhood on beavers living in drainage pipes. View Larger Map
3:30 pm on Sunday June 2, 2013
Two years ago we pointed out several videos of dolphins using an ingenious "strand fishing" method of working together to beach fish, and themselves, for an easy snack. Now we've come across a better-produced video by the Discovery Channel...
8:52 am on Tuesday May 21, 2013
Coastal waters have warmed up with the season and some four dozen manatees are expected to swim into the Lowcountry's coastal waters.