November 8, 2002
From the beat of the drums....to the jingling bells. A park in Holly Ridge is now a Pow-wow. The traditional celebration this weekend, rich in color and spirit, is in honor of Native American Month. More than one hundred dancers from all over the country are here to perform the Jingle...and the Shaw. There's also a hawk an some goats for the kids to play with aren't your thing, you can stop by one of the many booths to shop for jeweler or authentic food..and story tellers ignite the imagination. The rhythm of tradition continues through Sunday.
Reported By Heather Higgins: email@example.com
A 4-year-old boy who has never had a haircut is being barred from attending school until he gets one.More >>
The county coroner's office has identified the two employees killed during the robbery of a CresCom Bank in Conway. The victims are: Donna Major, 59 years old, from Conway and Kathryn "Katie" Skeen, 36 years old, from Green Sea, according to Deputy Coroner Michelle McSpadden.More >>
Day care worker Valarie Rena Patterson, 46, of Mobile, was booked into Metro Jail Tuesday morning on a corpse abuse charge.More >>
The Colerain Township woman who said she lost her unborn child during a mass shooting that left 8 injured and one dead was not pregnant, police announced Monday.More >>
Conway police have responded to the CresCom Bank location Monday afternoon following an armed robbery, according to Conway Police Lt. Selena Small.More >>