The Carolina Panthers are now 3-6-1 after their disastrous loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Night Football. Even though they are still 2nd in the NFC South and potentially make a run into clinching a playoff spot in the NFC Division, the Panthers are not playing like a playoff team.
The State Election Commission says voter turnout for Tuesday’s election was the lowest in at least 40 years.
The Pickens County School Board has set aside a vote on a policy approving prayer at its meetings.
Carolina Panthers’ & 2014 Pro Bowlers Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly are still in the running for this year’s Madden NFL 15 cover contest, and now is your chance to vote and help them get on the front of the best sporting video game out!
Candidates and their volunteers are canvassing polls this weekend as the time to vote in person before Tuesday’s North Carolina primary is winding down.
Still another ban on large beach tents along the Grand Strand.
A political consultant to the Rev. Mark Harris says the Charlotte pastor plans to run for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate next year.
Voters in Orangeburg have elected Michael C. Butler as the city’s first African-American mayor.
Even though the Carolina Panthers wore the All-Black uniforms with teal socks last year for one game (which it was a bad loss to the Denver Broncos), NFL and Panther fans have voted on NFL.com for these uniforms to be the best uniforms of all-time!
No one intentionally cast a ballot in South Carolina using the names of dead people in recent elections, despite allegations to the contrary, according to a State Law Enforcement Division report obtained Friday by The Associated Press.