A Facebook post from the military base wants to make Edward Stever’s 100th birthday a very special one. Stever is a World War II veteran and Fort Bragg is asking people to send him a birthday card to celebrate his major life milestone.
Saturday morning parents and teachers attended a town hall meeting held by the public to discuss the growing concern of mold in classrooms.While the issue of mold is being addressed by the school district parents are still worried for their child’s health.
On Sunday, hundreds of people gathered in Pawleys Island for the 7th annual Chili Cook-Off. But they weren’t just there for the food, they were there to help make a lasting impact in many children’s lives.
In just a few months, Horry County will break ground on the widening of Carolina Forest Boulevard, a project which also includes one multi-use path. But now, Horry County officials want to add to those plans to help make the roads safer.
The Young Lawyers Division of the South Carolina Bar is kicked off their 18th annual Cinderella Project, providing gently used and new prom dresses, shoes, and accessories to high school students all over the state.
Thousands of people crowded around the Pelicans Ballpark for the 22nd annual Myrtle Beach Marathon and with the abundant amount of people being in one area comes an abundance of precautions taken by first responders.
Dukes said he has seen a steady increase over the years of tourists popping in for some grub while visiting Columbia. “We rely strongly on the local community. We see tourism as our voice outside of Columbia.”
Another viral and potentially dangerous challenge on social media is making its rounds, this time it’s called the “48-hour challenge.” The challenge encourages teenagers to “disappear” on purpose for up to two days at a time.