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AJ Perez’s spaghetti, meatballs and very special sauce are on the menu for Friday, July 10 at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church’s drive-through from 3:30-5 p.m.

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After an agent for DDC Engineers, Inc. asked Conway City Council to defer an announced public hearing as well as a planned vote on a rezoning request for the corner of U.S. 701 and Creel Street, council listened to two letters from residents opposing the rezoning and then gave the issue firs…

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A Coastal Carolina University student faced a backlash from fellow students and university officials this week for a series of social media posts, including racist and homophobic remarks and one video that referenced bringing a high-powered rifle to class.

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Four Conway businesses were presented Downtown Champion Awards at Conway Downtown Alive’s annual meeting, which, in a first for the organization,

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Money issues dominated Conway City Council’s meeting Monday night with council stepping back to look at phasing in some fee increases after receiving requests from the Conway Chamber of Commerce and letters from at least three area business people who think the fee increases are too much at …

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Daisy Stanley received an appropriate amount of attention June 5 on her 105th birthday. A banner on the front of her house on Cultra road announced the big day. There were also balloons. For awhile she sat on the porch and waved to passersby as they tooted their horns and waved. Here, she pe…

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Fee increases that Conway City Council had anticipated giving an easy nod to Monday afternoon have developed some concern among Conway’s business community, according to Devin Parks, director of economic development and government relations with the Conway Chamber of Commerce.

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Although several Conway City Council members seemed skeptical about approving another place that sells beer and wine on U.S. 501, all but Councilman Larry White voted Monday night to approve a rezoning that will lead to the reopening of a vacant convenience store.

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Police arrested three people, including a murder suspect out on bond, and charged them with multiple counts in connection to a series of drive-by shootings in April that authorities say are connected.

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As demonstrations turn violent in many cities across the United States, a Conway protest over the death of George Floyd remained peaceful Sunday.

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Joe Sutherland doesn’t own the building where Joey’s Riverwalk Grill was located, but a fire that left charred rafters pointing toward the sky robbed him of a long list of irreplaceable things.

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The owner of Conway’s Anchor Storage may live in New Hampshire, but he’s concerned about people without enough food in all of the areas where he has businesses, and he’s using his storage bins to help.