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11:03 pm on Saturday December 24, 2011

At 25-acres, Lady's Island set to finally get a park (Update: Coming in January)

Flickr user my_southborough The crystal ball says this is in the near future. Update December 25: Well, a full year after word came that a park that was already 9 years in the making was going to happen on Lady's Island, now word is coming that the...
4:31 am on Monday October 24, 2011

More money for Beaufort County land preservation?

TheDigitel Open space, like The Green in downtown Beaufort, are at the forefront of the debate. Update October 24: A measure that would ask voters to approve $20 million more for Beafufort County's Rural and Critical Land Preservation program is...
12:04 pm on Tuesday July 19, 2011

Breaking: A new Port of Port Royal deal

TheDigitel Open space, like The Green in downtown Beaufort, are at the forefront of the debate. The saga of the Port of Port Royal land sale is back on. After falling apart once again in January, a new deal is back on for the port at about the same...
3:28 am on Friday April 22, 2011

Port Royal community reacts to failed sale of port (update: Game on! Letter of intent back on the table)

TheDigitel Open space, like The Green in downtown Beaufort, are at the forefront of the debate. Updated April 22: The Island Packet has coverage of the signed letter of intent, but there isn't a lot of detail to offer, yet. Of note is that this is...
5:03 am on Sunday January 9, 2011

Debate over Port Royal park grows, 'Save Us A Slice' group emerges (updated)

TheDigitel Updated January 9: An audio explaining the issue at hand is available, in the voice of a lead advocate. In a nutshell: "There is no second chance" to get this right. Once the property is sold it's over. Click here to see (and hear). ...
2:20 am on Sunday December 5, 2010

Downtown Beaufort's iconic 'The Green' secured for the public in perpetuity (updated)

Ken Hawkins/TheDigitel A sign that once read "private property" on the south of The Green is now noticeably absent with only its two supports left. Updated Dec. 7: Lowcountry Weekly's Facebook page has some photos from the dedication of "The Green...
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