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Witness describes scene as Myrtle Beach police respond to reported armed robbery

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How to not burn your house down for the holidays

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USC coach Frank Martin rants on attendance, etc

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Judge calls down courtroom audience at bond hearing

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State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

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Prep Talk: Sizing up area teams' chances in first round of football playoffs (Part 2)

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Former "A Prairie Home Companion” host fired over allegations

  • Greenwood Hall closes suddenly, leaving 50 without work

    Greenwood Hall, a call center that was supposed to bring 300 jobs and move its headquarters to Myrtle Beach, has closed its doors, and around 50 employees are out of work.

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Greenwood Hall closes, 50 employees out of work

Media reports allege that Greenwood Hall, a call center that was supposed to bring 300 jobs and move its headquarters to Myrtle Beach, has closed it’s doors weeks after opening.

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Ocean Boulevard shooting suspect granted bond

Raekwon Graham, one of five men facing charges in an Ocean Boulevard shooting on Father’s Day that left seven people injured, was granted bond Tuesday. Judge Thomas Russo set Graham’s bond at $100,000 and ordered the 19-year-old from North Carolina to stay in Horry County until his trial.

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Paying your way through college with figs

Taylor Loveday works with his grandmother, Carolyn Wignes, to pick and sell figs and baked goods. The enterprise, in its third year, helps Loveday with expenses and helps the autistic student with work and social skills.
Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
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