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The gift of Red Bag Project is in teaching the value of giving, organizers say, rather than receiving.
City plans call for building a 750,000-gallon water tank on the home’s site at 302 W. Main St. An existing 500,000-gallon water tank in the area will be removed.
A total of $650 worth of bogus checks were cashed at a Food Lion on Regent Parkway and another on Hwy.
Here's how it goes. Diana Haining lives in County Meath, in eastern Ireland. Her father-in-law, Alan Priestley, lives in Kilcoole, just southeast of there, on the Irish coast.
Coroner Sabrina Gast said 91-year-old James Martin and 81-year-old Mary Jean Martin were pronounced dead Monday morning.
Givens is charged with murder, possession of a weapon by a felon, assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats.
The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg reported that Coroner William Holcombe said he needs more information before he can determine how 34-year-old Robert Franklin Gregory of Union died.
Authorities say 32-year-old April Infinger of Goose Creek was shot early Sunday at the Moonshine Saloon.
The Budget and Control Board on Tuesday will consider whether to extend a program to reward staff when the agency meets job creation and capital investment goals.
Haley said Tuesday she's as adamant as ever in her push for legislation that transfers more authority and responsibility to the governor's office.
Jonathan Roe admitted he shot 48-year-old Sonja Roe several times in their Iva home in January, then drove to Pennsylvania.
Air Force spokeswoman Lt. Keavy Rake said Tuesday a Nativity display was set up Friday by a group of volunteers from the base chapel at a small lake on the installation.
Authorities say 39-year-old Robert Darren Craft was charged Friday with DUI, second offense.
The State newspaper reports that 34-year-old Maurice Kinard was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter.
The Island Packet of Hilton Head reported the Marines and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office bomb squad were called Monday morning after a man brought in the explosives and said he wanted to get rid of them.