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Holly Hill church to host food giveaway

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - If you or someone you know is in need, the Greater Unity African Methodist Episcopal Church is hosting a food giveaway. The giveaway is being held Friday, July 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the church. The church is located at 744 Coach Road...
HOLLY HILL, SC
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Columbia board removes Lower Richland High School principal without explanation

COLUMBIA — The Richland County School District One board voted to remove the Lower Richland High School principal after a year marred by three shooting deaths of students, reassigning her to another position in the district without explaining why. District Superintendent Craig Witherspoon sent an email to parents after...
COLUMBIA, SC
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SCDOT moves tree cutting further north along I-26 with repaving project

COLUMBIA — After several projects in the Lowcountry, tree cutting is moving north on Interstate 26 as crews resurface the road. Citing reductions in the number of severe car wrecks on South Carolina's interstates, the state Department of Transportation has added tree removal to a number of projects over the past decade.
RIDGEVILLE, SC
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Willie Jeffries reflects on his historic career in sports

ORANGEBURG, S.C. — Very few coaches in history have a resume that rivals that of legendary Hall of Famer Willie Jeffries. He was the first Black head football coach at a Division One predominately white college when he took the job at Wichita State University in 1979. Before becoming the winningest coach in South Carolina State University (SCSU) football history, Jeffries coached at Howard University.
ORANGEBURG, SC
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Four SC residents plead guilty to conspiracy after obtaining nearly $5 million in fraudulent PPP loans

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (WJBF) – Four South Carolina residents are now behind bars after pleading guilty to obtaining nearly $5 million in fraudulent PPP loans. According to authorities, Lori Hammond, 53 of Summerville, Catherine Needham, 36, of Manning, Jontrell Wright, 35, of Holly Hill, and Christopher Conrad, 39, of Holly Hill, plead guilty to conspiracy to […]
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Lowcountry residents plead guilty to $5M PPP loan scam

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Four Lowcountry residents on Tuesday pleaded guilty to defrauding the federal government of nearly $5 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Lori Hammond (53) of Summerville, Catherine Needham (36) of Manning, Jontrell Wright (35) of Holly Hill, and Christopher Conrad (39) of Holly Hill all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to […]
SUMMERVILLE, SC
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"He invested in me"

CHARLOTTE — South Carolina State sports information director Bill Hamilton had known Charlie Dayton since the early 1970s, when he was young in his job, and Dayton was in his at Furman. So when Dayton became the first head of public relations for the expansion Panthers in 1994, Hamilton...
CHARLOTTE, NC
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Four suspects plead guilty to PPP loan fraud

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Four South Carolinians have pled guilty in connection to PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loan fraud. Lori Hammond, 53 of Summerville, Catherine Needham, 36, of Manning, Jontrell Wright, 35, of Holly Hill, and Christopher Conrad, 39, of Holly Hill, have all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and wire fraud.
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