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Kathryn Hedgepath has always loved local history. “As a kid growing up here in the 70s, I used to read a monthly publication for tourists. It always included a ghost story— the same ones— again and again— and I would read them again and again I loved them so much,” she says with a laugh.
“As an American, my passion for the military extends back to my roots and growing up in a small town in Augusta, Kentucky. As a kid, I would look out the window at school and see the older kids raising the American flag in the morning and taking it down in the afternoon. When I got to the 6th grade, it was always a big deal for me to be selected to help raise the flag. Written by Melissa LaScaleia.
The creaking of an old house is usually just the building settling. But at the Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro in Little River, odd noises could be tidings from generations past. Considered to be the most haunted restaurant in South Carolina, the Brentwood has been a part of the Little River community since 1994, although the house itself was built in the early 1910s. Written by Emily Smith.
Committed to Protecting You, Your Family, and Your Legacy. Lawyer Brana Williams is from Georgetown County and grew up on a tobacco farm. Graduated from USC Law in 1991 and in 2001, she opened her own firm at the Beach, William’s Law Firm, where she practiced criminal and family law. Written by Melissa LaScaleia.
Read all about how Laura and Jim urban serve seniors with their Healthcare needs in English and Spanish. Born in Mexico, Laura could never have imagined that she would come to work for and love her career with leading health and well-being company Humana, Inc.
While much is not known about Major General Ervin C. Sharpe’s early life, he achieved a prominent military career and made significant contributions to the prestige of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base towards the end of the base’s days in active service. Written by Melissa LaScaleia