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    High School football in the Lowcountry ramps up for 2013 season

    The Goose Creek Gators run drills during day three of 2013 football practice. The Goose Creek Gators run drills during day three of 2013 football practice.
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    It's back to the gridiron and back to the basics for players across the Lowcountry. With a full weekend of practice under their belts, players are excited to be back on the field. Dantez Bennamon, quarterback More>>

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    • Nearly 60 arrested in SC town's 4-day prostitution sting

      Nearly 60 arrested in SC town's 4-day prostitution sting

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 9:42 PM EDT2014-08-20 01:42:19 GMT
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      Greenville Police released information Tuesday that 59 people were arrested in a four day long prostitution sting.  Of the 59 people 33 of them were "Johns", 25 were prostitutes, and one was arrested as a pimp for aiding and abetting.
      Greenville Police released information Tuesday that 59 people were arrested in a four day long prostitution sting.  Of the 59 people 33 of them were "Johns", 25 were prostitutes, and one was arrested as a pimp for aiding and abetting.
    • EEOC files lawsuit against Food Lion over firing

      EEOC files lawsuit against Food Lion over firing

      EEOC files lawsuit against Food Lion over firing

      Thursday, August 21 2014 5:04 AM EDT2014-08-21 09:04:21 GMT
      WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a discrimination lawsuit against supermarket chain Food Lion, saying it fired a Jehovah's Witness who requested certain days off for his religion. The complaint was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court. A company spokeswoman said she hadn't seen the lawsuit. According to the complaint, Victaurius L. Bailey was hired at a Food Lion in Winston-Salem in June 2011. Bailey is a minister and an elder, and as such needed ...
      WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a discrimination lawsuit against supermarket chain Food Lion, saying it fired a Jehovah's Witness who requested certain days off for his religion. The complaint was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court. A company spokeswoman said she hadn't seen the lawsuit. According to the complaint, Victaurius L. Bailey was hired at a Food Lion in Winston-Salem in June 2011. Bailey is a minister and an elder, and as such needed ...
    • Authorities investigate body found in West Ashley

      Authorities investigate body found in West Ashley

      Authorities investigate body found in West Ashley

      Thursday, August 21 2014 5:28 AM EDT2014-08-21 09:28:45 GMT
      An investigation is underway in West Ashley after a body was found on a sidewalk Major Eric Watson with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office says at 1:50am deputies responded to Ashley Crossing and Sunnyvale to investigate reports of a deceased woman found lying on the sidewalk. The Charleston County Sheriff's Office and the Charleston County Coroner's Office are investigating this death. The Coroner will release the manner of death and the identity of the victim. . Watson says there were...
      An investigation is underway in West Ashley after a body was found on a sidewalk Major Eric Watson with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office says at 1:50am deputies responded to Ashley Crossing and Sunnyvale to investigate reports of a deceased woman found lying on the sidewalk. The Charleston County Sheriff's Office and the Charleston County Coroner's Office are investigating this death. The Coroner will release the manner of death and the identity of the victim. . Watson says there were...

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