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July 4th celebration at the Riverfront Park

Come celebrate Independence Day with the City of Charleston at Riverfront Park this July 4th. This year’s event features exciting musical guests, children activities, food trucks, craft vendors, and the Low country’s largest 4th of July fireworks show. The Festival is presented free of charge to the public with all general admission for attendees. Guests […]
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Fireworks at Lake Murray

Check out fireworks this July 4th safely at Lake Murray with a boat parade! Make sure you and your family celebrate Independence Day safely, and take care on the roads. Learn more about the parade
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Emma’s Law: A Year Later

The Emma Longstreet Story The Longstreet family was headed to church on New Year’s Day of 2012, when their lives changed in an instant. While their vehicle was approaching Cherokee Road in Lexington, SC, another car with a drunk driver behind the wheel smashed into them. Little six year old Emma Katherine Longstreet was the […]
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Winter storms are coming to an end

The weather is starting to clear after these last few days of winter storms. Many areas in South Carolina should start seeing temperatures rise and the sun shining again by the end of this week. But don’t be fooled! Just because it feels warmer doesn’t mean it is safe to drive as you would under […]
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Safe Holiday Season

The holiday season is coming to a close as we inch closer and closer to the end of 2013. Hopefully the end of this year has brought you happiness with loved ones over the holidays. The holidays bring added variables to the road like icy weather, extra congestion,alcohol, and an influx of drivers who are […]
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Lifejacket Could Have Prevented Family Tragedy

In 2010, Craig Keese, his son Brian, and Brian’s son Nathan, were all on a fishing camp-out in Missouri at Stockton Lake when a great storm came. Their boat was discovered about two miles into the lake, upside down, with lifejackets still on board.  The lifeless bodies of Brian and eight-year old Nathan were not […]
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Worker Injured During Fireworks Display

The North Myrtle Beach Fourth of July fireworks show at the Cherry Grove Pier left a worker injured.  According to city spokesman Pat Dowling, the man was hurt when a large firework unexpectedly exploded early.  The pier itself also received damage. Zambelli Fireworks conducted the firework show, and had only been running about six minutes when the explosion […]
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