Officials to Assess Naval Brig

Pentagon officials are moving forward with plans to visit the naval brig in Hanahan to assess whether it’s suitable to house Guantanamo Bay detainees.

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Sen. District 45 Democratic Runoff Set

The runoff for the Democratic nomination for Senate District 45 is set.

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Former Eutawville Police Chief Sentenced in 2011 Shooting

The guilty plea comes after jurors in two murder trials couldn’t come up with a verdict resulting in two mistrials.

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Driver Indicted in Fatal Crash

Pastor Gentry Eddings, his wife Hadley and their son, Dobbs, were in the crash.

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