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The “stage” was set at the Main Street Auditorium on a recent Saturday afternoon awaiting the presentation of 16 beautiful handmade quilts that were neatly folded on a table on the stage.

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His obituary tells us the “where and when” about Brian Gennarelli’s passing on Jan. 2 at his North Myrtle Beach home.

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With the unemployment rate dropping throughout the United States getting a job is easier than ever, but finding good employees is harder, according to officials with the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.

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Without the nativity, there would be no Christmas, according Martha Ann Johnson and her team of Baptist women, who are busy organizing and setting up a public display of all types of nativities.

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Rhonda Hardee is passionate about boating and she’s passionate about the Oak Tree Farm, so she was willing to step up and lead America’s Boating Club’s second Christmas Boat Parade.

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Enjoy watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV this year, because next year, you’ll surely be watching the nationally televised 101st 6ABC Dunkin’ Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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This is what Burn Boot Camp is not: “It’s not about comparing yourself to someone else,” says Allison Pavone, who with her husband Michael owns the new Carolina Forest franchise.

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They weren’t even born when the Temptations crooned “My Girl” from a 45 Rpm record back in the ‘60s.

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Celebrating Halloween and a brand-new walking trail, the Horry County Parks and Recreation Department will host a 5K Ghost of the Coast Fun Run and Trunk or Treat in Carolina Forest on Oct. 26.

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Carolina Forest High School is once again taking Homecoming on the road by having the parade off campus, and visiting five elementary and three middle schools.

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The speaker this year for the HTC Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series at Coastal Carolina University is Derreck Kayongo, founder of the Global Soap Project, on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Johnson Auditorium.

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It’s got the singers, the judges, the compliments and criticisms, and while it’s not quite “American Idol,” it is Panther Idol, and it’s Saturday night.

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White vinegar and water in a PVC pipe with a capped end is a perfectly good washing machine, and is one of the few things Justin Barney took on his cross-country bicycle trek.

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Johnny and his family moved to Conway in the middle of the school year and it was a hard time for him. Getting settled into a new town, a new school, wow!