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Recent Articles by Nick
Bowling alleys allowed to reopen across S.C.; McMaster declares new state of emergency
Gov. Henry McMaster declared a new state of emergency Friday, in addition to lifting restrictions on bowling alleys and the occupancy of retail establishments.
Katherine Phillips and
Published June 12, 2020 at 7:19 PM
Woman shares photos of sharks inches away from swimmers in North Myrtle Beach
Swimmers in the Cherry Grove area were unaware sharks were just inches from them.
Published June 19, 2019 at 7:47 AM
Caretaker of 85-year-old who went missing charged with lying to police
The caretaker of an elderly woman who went missing for four days has been charged with lying to police.
Published June 13, 2019 at 1:23 PM
SC governor suspends newly sworn-in mayor of Dillon; city council elects mayor pro-tem
Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order Wednesday suspending the city of Dillon’s embattled mayor-elect.
Nick Doria and
Published May 30, 2019 at 10:43 PM
74-year-old man identified as suspect in shooting that killed 1 officer, wounded 6 others
Deputies have identified the alleged shooter who opened fire Wednesday on law enforcement officers in Florence County, killing one officer and injuring several others, according to Florence County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Glenn Kirby.
Published October 4, 2018 at 3:17 PM
Evans County School System delays start of school to Sept. 8; developing new model for in-person classes
Oldest-living American to celebrate birthday on Saturday
Suspect arrested for deadly shooting at 63rd, Meding streets
Mail-in ballots sent to Trump, First Lady in Florida
Second Harvest plans to help feed students during school year