When restaurant owner Brett Wilson decided to celebrate LaBrasca’s 50th anniversary, he also decided to return some favors to the community that helped his business recover from October’s devastating flood.
Elliott Fry ripped through the paper banner with a flying kick, leading his teammates into the gym. The mostly freshmen players that followed him needed to get used to it anyway – in a month, they’ll be coming through the tunnel at Vanderbilt about to start the 2016 season.
LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC The second of three suspects charged in two Valentines Day, 2015, home invasions on Doe Trail Drive was sentenced to 40 years in prison, the 11th circuit solicitor’s office announced Friday.
Family members of the soldiers killed at the Frayed Knot Bar & Grill say the two men were driven to protect others. Officials say a Little Mountain man shot the two as they tried to defuse a tense situation.
Retiring superintendent Debbie Hamm called it ‘a bold move’ to hire Baron Davis from within the school district’s current leadership. Davis says he expects a seamless transition, with no ‘need to overhaul anything’ in the Midland’s largest school district.
Curbside trash pickup in three dozen neighborhoods in the Irmo-St. Andrews area is on the verge of becoming standard instead of optional. A one-year test of the change for homes on the north side of the lower Saluda River and Lake Murray won tentative approval Tuesday from Lexington County Council.
In the wake of shootings that left officers dead in Dallas, Baton Rouge and just last week in San Diego, as well as heightened scrutiny of officer-involved shootings, three Midlands officers talk about why they take the risks and the pressures.