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Be sure to include your name, daytime phone number, address, name and phone number of legal next-of-kin, method of payment, and the name of the funeral home/crematory to contact for verification of death. The Greenville News reports the not-yet-named building will house the College of Business and Behavioral Science and other academic programs currently located in the 77-year-old Sirrine Hall. Comment?
After about a year and a half of work, the extension of Coventry Boulevard opened Monday with a new light on U.S. Highway 17 Bypass. Officials flipped the switch on the light around 9:30 a.m. Monday after a little more than a week of flashing to warn drivers the traffic change was coming. Comment?
The stop light on U.S. 17 Bypass and Coventry Boulevard went into service, Monday morning. Coventry Boulevard is a four-lane, divided road with a speed limit that varies from 35 to 30 MPH that runs between Farrow Parkway and US 17, south of the Farrow Parkway/SC 707 intersection. Comment?
Cars, motorcycles and people packed Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach during the early hours of Saturday morning as the Memorial Day Atlantic Beach Bikefest 2011 got into high gear. Operations managers who handle hundreds of thousands of people for Clemson and University of South Carolina football games said Horry County emergency management officials are on the right track planning for Bikefest and suggested a few tweaks. Comment?
"Well, I have degrees from both schools. And I have friends and colleagues from both schools, too." Comment?
Through the years, the late Bill Darby never ran short of time for one of his passions, reading, a value instilled in both of his daughters and in his grandchildren. Bill Darby, the founder and former longtime publisher of Coast and Alternatives magazines on the Grand Strand, who has died at age 86, remains in the memory of so many people across the community. Comment?
He's the pale-skinned kid with lightning white hair who usually leads Coastal Carolina University's student chants, whether from the stands or outside the buses, before a road game. But WhiteCDaddy, as he's known on Twitter, hopes it will be tough to spot him at Brooks Stadium Saturday. Comment?
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