The College of Charleston men's tennis team kicked off its fall tournament season against UNC Charlotte and Gardner-Webb at the inaugural 49ers Pick'Em Invitational held at the Halton-Wagner Tennis Complex.
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Two trackhoe excavators pound away at the narrow concrete and rock wall of the decrepit Troy Reservoir Dam No. 1, which stretches across Montgomery County’s Densons Creek, a tributary of the Little River. On a nearby bridge a small group gathers to watch their efforts to improve the health of this stream bear fruit. “Removing this dam is an opportunity to help the town of Troy further enhance Densons Creek’s natural aquatic community, in turn helping meet local economic and conservation goals,” said U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service biologist Laura Fogo, who has spearheaded the project. “The removal of Troy Reservoir Dam No. 1 is part of a larger, landscape-scale effort to restore the streams of the Little River watershed.“ […]
Stefan Brewer is tied for 14th and the Seahawks are in a 3-way tie for fourth after two rounds at Tar Heel Intercollegiate.
Raleigh, N.C. – The Pat McCrory Committee is proud to announce that on September 25, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will campaign with Pat McCrory in Raleigh and Greensboro, with a potential additional stop. Details are still being finalized. “I look forward to proudly welcoming Scott Walker to North Carolina, a reform-minded governor that is showing strong leadership in Wisconsin,” said Pat McCrory. “He turned a $3.6 billion deficit into a surplus without raising taxes – while improving education. That’s the kind of leadership we need in North Carolina to start a Carolina comeback.” Paid for by The Pat McCrory Committee PO Box 98027 Raleigh, NC 27624 | 919-324-3622
UNCW fell to Morehead State and Youngstown State Saturday to wrap up its appearance in the Spartan Spiketacular.
The UNCW women came in third place and the men placed fifth at the 54th William & Mary Cross Country Invitational Saturday.
Langdon Scores Top Qualifying Position in Top Fuel; Wilkerson, Nobile, Hines Also Land No. 1 Starting Positions at O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Nationals
Shawn Langdon earned the No. 1 qualifying position in Top Fuel Saturday at the O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Nationals presented by Super Start Batteries.
Date: Sunday, October 14th Time: 12:00 p.m.-5:00p.m.> Age Groups: High School Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors Location: Historic Fleming Stadium, 300 Stadium Street, Wilson, NC The prospects camp is a unique opportunity for high school baseball players to showcase their skills in order to play collegiately. The Tobs Prospects Camp will feature numerous college coaches as well as the Tobs recruiting staff. All participants must be unsigned seniors, juniors or sophomores. Pre-registration is $75 and must be received by October 12th. On-site registration will be $100. Contact Thomas Webb for more information by calling the Tobs office at (252) 291-8627 or e-mailing email@example.com. Thank you so much for your continued support throughout the 2012 season. We have had a great time […]
Southport, NC – Southport Beat will transform the evening in Southport to a festive & exiting atmosphere on Friday, September 21st from 5pm-8pm in Keziah & Franklin Square Parks. The goal of “Southport Beat” is to establish an evening of excitement and entertainment in Southport on a regular, on-going basis. Southport Beat has a broad range of entertainment & music available for visitors and residents to enjoy. This month’s entertainment in Franklin Square Park will feature “The Messengers” a Blue Grass Band (www.themessengersnc.com , Spider Mike on the guitar; watercolor artist Jim McIntosh; Corn Toss with Jim & Honey and the Winding River Car Club. Keziah Park will feature the Ken Rebeck on accordion and violinist Stanley Mandell plus […]
New Hanover County — View the area’s finest art work set amidst the prettiest acreage on the Cape Fear Coast at Art in the Arboretum 2012, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Oct. 7, noon to 4 p.m. Take in the gardens’ fall splendor while browsing works in glass, jewelry, textiles, metal and stepping stones. Wood, painting and photography round out the exhibits; and popular local musicians will perform all weekend. New this year are a special art show and sale sponsored by the Ability Garden and a children’s art activity area managed by the Children’s Museum of Wilmington. Young artists also have painted 30 garden-themed banners to adorn the grounds. Tickets are $5, free to members of […]