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9-foot alligator drags huge dead fish into the night
Daniel Martin shot video of the alligator, which he estimated was up to nine feet long, during a recent trip to the Short Stay recreation area in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. Marin said the alligator initially fled when he drove up but later returned to claim his meal.
Andrews shooting, Georgetown Sheriff's Office seeks info
Andrews, S.C. (WCIV) —The Georgetown Sheriff's Office is seeking information on Sunday morning shooting in Andrews that injured a 30-year-old mam.The shooting happened around 5 a.m. outside LoLo's Bar on Georgetown Highway, according to the sheriff's office.The victim was taken to the hospital for t
One Dead Following Single Car Accident in Orangeburg County Overnight
A 2014 Dodge Charger was traveling on SC Hwy. 4 near Frank White Road around 3:30 a.m. Sunday when it ran off the right side of the road and overturned, ejecting both occupants form the car, according to Cpl. Sonny Collins with the S.C. Highway Patrol.
Lewis looks forward to coaching Timmonsville boys' basketball team
TIMMONSVILLE, S.C. – Chris Lewis was an assistant at his alma mater Wilson under two championship coaches, Bob Wilson and then DeAndre Scott. Now, Lewis will get his chance as the new boys’ basketball coach at Timmonsville.
One killed, one injured in early morning crash
An early morning crash on Sunday claimed the life one person and injured another.Lance Cpl. Sonny Collins, of the S.C. Highway Patrol, reported that a single-vehicle accident occurred on S.C. Highway 4 around 3:30 a.m.The accident occurred near the intersection of Frank White Road.
School district is in state of discombobulation
Mr. Chris Griner, Sumter School District's former chief financial officer, reported in the district's April 30, 2018, Spring Bond Projects an extensive list of Athletic Renovations for the district which would cost $1,500,000.
After riot, S.C. prisons still need reform
Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville, S.C., where seven inmates were killed and 17 other seriously injured in fights between prisoners. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)Sean Rayford
Miss Orangeburg County Cadra Salley prepares for Miss South Carolina pageant, continues to raise awareness about human trafficking
“I didn’t know that when I won Miss Orangeburg County that it led to Miss South Carolina. … I just grabbed the bull by the horns and went for a ride. I’m putting forth everything in this pageant. When I go out on that stage, I’m gonna give 110 percent. Whatever God’s will is, it will be,” she said.
Errors total matches hits in Post 4 loss to Manning, 6-5
Things got better late on Friday night for the Orangeburg Post 4 baseball team in its League 3/4 home game at Mirmow Field against Manning-Santee Post 68.But, in a game where Post 4 collected 7 errors and 7 hits, it was a case of too little too late in a 6-5 loss.Even a 4-hit, 3-run fourth inning wa
Mistrial declared for Summerville man accused of Lincolnville murder
Trial for a Summerville man accused of breaking into a Lincolnville home last year and fatally shooting the occupant ended without a verdict this week.A judge declared a mistrial in the case againstJoseph Lamar Brown Jr., said Bruce DuRant, chief deputy solicitor for the 9th Circuit Solicitor's Offi
Olanta Elementary School 21st Century Community Learning Center Program
A group of Olanta Elementary School students are participating in the school’s 21st Century Community Learning Center program this summer. The summer activities will be held through June 29 at J.C. Lynch Elementary School in Coward.
Mother-son team ready for work; boot-camp style program teaches interview, job skills
A mother-and-son team spent five weeks together in a boot-camp style program designed to prepare them for the workforce. And now they’re ready.The program, “gave me experiences in the workplace, I fine-tuned my skills,” Russell Harrison said. “I’m really big in self-promotion and doing things to imp
Program Helps At Risk Orangeburg Residents Re-Enter The Workforce
White says, "We’ve been seeing an influx of people who are coming to our office that need direct assistance so we decided to do a boot camp where we could work with individuals one on one. It’s a five week boot camp where the individuals go through training in life skills. We talk to them about resu
Stranger kicks in door of Orangeburg home
After she yelled, “What the hell?” the unknown man ran away from the residence into the darkness down the street.
C.E. Murray senior named Gates Millennium Scholar
GREELEYVILLE, S.C. – C.E. Murray High School senior Amoira Siobhan Rush has been named a 2018 Gates Millennium Scholar. The prestigious Gates Scholarship is a highly selective full scholarship for exceptional, Pell-eligible, minority high school seniors to attend a university of their choice, accord
S.C. BUSINESS: Gas taking more of paycheck
Realtors forecast seller’s marketCOLUMBIA -- South Carolina Realtors released its May 2018 market report. The report shows that homebuyers should expect a competitive housing market throughout the summer months.New listings were up almost 7 percent to 10,897 compared to last year, while pending sale
Peagler unseated as Berkeley County supervisor
When the dust settled Tuesday night, some things changed and some things remained the same in Berkeley County.Just over 20,000 people turned out to vote according to Berkeley County's director of elections, Adam Hammons. He said that is pretty typical for a primary. Low turnout often translates into
Black man spent 16 months in jail because he couldn't afford bail -- even after he beat the charges
Razor wire protects a perimeter of the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville, S.C., Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Lee, a maximum-security prison with nearly 1,500 inmates and filled with some of South Carolina’s most violent, longest-serving offenders, has been known for riots and brutality. SOURCE:
Orangeburg Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting
Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said, “Investigators developed a possible name early on in this case,” said Sheriff Ravenell. “It appears at this point that an argument developed between these individuals. It is a terrible shame because no argument on this earth is worth taking someone’s life.”
46-year-old man accused of killing Orangeburg woman
The body of Stephanie Ann Robinson, 39, of Mels Court was found early Saturday morning next to an Oldsmobile.