"Home for the holidays" took on new meaning this year for one lonely lady, a cat named Miss Marbles, and the Humane Society volunteers who made it their mission to reunite the pair just in time for Christmas.
The lady, no longer lonely, is Marlene Fuller. She lives in a small, neat apartment in Bennettsville with her beloved Miss Marbles, delighting every day in the young cat's antics and affection.
Northeastern Technical College and Coker College recently renewed an articulation agreement that makes it easier for NETC students to pursue their bachelor's degree by transferring to Coker College.
This partnership creates a unique opportunity for local residents who wish to enroll at NETC prior to attending Coker College by providing students with a seamless transition from one college to the other. The Bridge program is a perfect fit for...
The spring and summer of 2014 saw more than their share of tragedy, with five traffic fatalities and one murder making headlines.
A stabbing outside a downtown Bennettsville nightclub started a firestorm of protests from neighbors, prompting city council to revoke the club's business license, but later reinstate it following a hearing.
Politics dominated the headlines as well, with a Democratic primary election in June determining...
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