A demand for cheap flat screen televisions or deep discounted computers is one thing, but a group of parents is taking extreme measures to ensure their kids are able to attend one of Greenville’s elite magnet schools by camping out before enrollment.
While your in-laws were chewing your ear off and those pesky nephews hogged the computer all week long, the house is empty again giving you time to finally catch up on everything you missed out on this week. Here’s this week’s top news.
After all, it’s the GOP road blocking him most of the time, isn’t it?
Downtown Greenville’s coolest new attraction saw an active opening day for those trying their hand at ice skating for the first time and for some real life professional skaters even though the weather was a bit warm.
A man who was locked up in Horry County has escaped from prison after posing as another inmate who’d been released on prison kicking off a area-wide search for the man.
One couple couldn’t think of any other name for their sweet new bumbling bundle of joy other than…Clemson after the university where they met and the team they so loyally follow. And, what they may be naming their next child.
While you’re at USC and Clemson’s rivalry game on Saturday you’ll see a sea of Garnet and Orange, but once inside the stadium you should be seeing green as Santee Cooper teamed up with the school to light it up with 100% green power.
The lovely folks at State Farm have outdone themselves this year with a hilarious parody courtesy of acclaimed actor William Shatner in this turkey frying video.
Almost 30 years after an elderly Greenwood widow was brutally murdered in her home, the man charged and eventually convicted of her murder then put on death row had his conviction overturned in appeals court this week.
It’s a family tradition for most southerners. It just wouldn’t be the same without dad’s jokes about burning the place down, but one group is warning us all to be careful.