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Sunday is Veterans Day, the annual observance of the men and women who have served our nation. Of the 16 million who served in the military in the Second World War, about one in every 10 was African-American — fighting for their country in the grips of its Jim Crow era of prejudice and discrimination.

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A group of Denmark residents is alleging that the small South Carolina town has used an unapproved chemical to treat drinking water for the last decade. Attorneys filed a class action lawsuit, which included three plaintiffs upon filing, late Thursday afternoon.

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During the worst of Hurricane Florence, the Great Pee Dee River dumped more than a half-million gallons of water — enough to fill a 5-foot-deep swimming pool the size of a football field — every single second.

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Indecision from Cane Bay YMCA  management over things like membership drives, price structure and benefits has caused frustration among residents of one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the region.

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Sunday is Veterans Day, the annual observance of the men and women who have served our nation. Of the 16 million who served in the military in the Second World War, about one in every 10 was African-American — fighting for their country in the grips of its Jim Crow era of prejudice and discrimination.

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A project that called for consolidating county offices - and even the state Department of Motor Vehicles - in the former Food Lion next door to the County Administration Building at 1003 U.S. Highway 52 in Moncks Corner is on hold.

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Federal law enforcement officials watched on this week as SCANA’s chief executive testified about its failed nuclear project, the clearest indication yet that the company and its leaders could still face criminal charges for their role in one of the biggest financial messes in state history.