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Aircraft flies over North Myrtle Beach in the sixth annual Salute from the Shore is held on Saturday, July 4, 2015. It begins with a pair of F-16s flying from North Myrtle Beach to Hilton Head Island followed by vintage aircraft. Comment?
SUMTERA 56-year-old man who acted as his own attorney has been sentenced to life in prison in Sumter County for stealing $900 worth of cigarettes. David Duren Jr. fell under South Carolina's three-strikes law, which allows a life sentence when someone is convicted of three serious crimes. 2 comments
A Sumter man has pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and was sentenced to five years in prison in the death of a Loris woman last year, according to court records. Tyshawn Antwan Brown, 21 pleaded guilty Wednesday to the charge of reckless homicide, death results within three years caused by injury from a vehicle, according to court records. Comment?
Catch the Carolina Soul Band in two free concert series this summer: 7-9 p.m. June 18 in North Myrtle Beach's Horseshoe, at Main Street and Ocean Boulevard; and 6:30-8 p.m. June 19 outside the Museum of Coastal Carolina, 21 E. Second St., Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. A crowd enjoys "Jaws" during the "Movies in the Park" night in July 2012 at Conway's "Riverfront Park." In the 2015 series, "Jurassic Park" is next, on June 5. Never mind that many birds haven't finished raising their first broods from spring, for outdoor concert and movie series already are blooming for the summer. Comment?
Volvo chose South Carolina to build its first U.S. auto plant because the state offered the best workforce and employee training, state and company officials said Monday. Among the incentives offered to bring the Swedish automaker to Berkeley County was training through South Carolina's technical colleges for the plant's expected 4,000 workers. Comment?
This photo of a great egret, taken by Janine Briggs, is part of the Carolinas' Nature Photographers Association's Myrtle Beach group exhibit opening Saturday at The Rice Museum's Prevost Gallery, 633 Front St., Georgetown, and continuing through June 13. This photo of a screech owl, taken by Ron Eaglin, is part of the Carolinas' Nature Photographers Association's Myrtle Beach group exhibit opening Saturday at The Rice Museum's Prevost Gallery, 633 Front St., Georgetown, and continuing through June 13. Jane Truesdale, an instructor at Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, N.C., hand-builds one of her clay sculptures. Comment?
Presently, military retirement carries an all-or-nothing pension plan that requires a minimum 20 years of service. The new plan would cut those pensions from 50 percent of pay to 40 percent and create a matched 401 -style plan open to all service members. Comment?
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