Daily Archives: January 28, 2014

Southern Cape Fear Bridal Expo – Sunday, February 16th

SOUTHPORT, NC January 28, 2014 – Recently engaged and don’t know where to start?  Planning a wedding and need some ideas?   The Southern Cape Fear Bridal Expo is just the place to start planning for your perfect day.  Some 20 select vendors specializing in weddings will be at the St. James Community […]

Updated North Carolina State Historical Venues Closings for Jan. 28

North Carolina State Historical Venues Closings for Jan. 28 RALEIGH, NC January 28, 2014 – Due to adverse weather conditions, several N.C. State Historic Sites and museums within the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources are closed today. They include: Closings:               East            Battleship North Carolina, Wilmington — reopens […]

New Hanover County declares State of Emergency

WILMINGTON, NC January 28, 2014 – New Hanover County has declared a State of Emergency effective noon today, Jan. 28. According to the National Weather Services, snow and sleet accumulations are imminent. Accretion of freezing rain will be significant, especially along the coastal counties and areas a little farther inland. Citizens are encouraged […]

Baseball America Ranks Gamecocks No. 7 In Preseason Top 25

2014 season begins on Friday, Feb. 14 vs. Bucknell COLUMBIA, SC January 24, 2014 – South Carolina is ranked No. 7 in the nation in the Baseball America Preseason Top 25 as announced on Monday morning. The Gamecocks begin the 2014 season on Friday, Feb. 14 in the first game […]

South Carolina Men’s Basketball Hosts Texas A&M On Wednesday

Game time set for 7 p.m ET at Colonial Life Arena vs. the Aggies COLUMBIA, SC January 28, 2014 – South Carolina hosts Texas A&M on Wednesday for the second matchup between the two schools this season. The Aggies posted a 75-67 victory over the Gamecocks just two weeks ago […]

Summer Edwards Joins CofC Women’s Soccer Program

CHARLESTON, SC January 27, 2014 – Hometown product Summer Edwards graduated from Wando High School early to join the College of Charleston women’s soccer program a semester ahead of schedule. The move should give the talented holding midfielder or defender a leg-up on her peers as she transitions into the […]

CofC Cougars Succumb To Second-Half Surge By William & Mary

WILLIAMSBURG, VA January 27, 2014 – Three College of Charleston players scored in double figures including a team-high 18-point effort from junior Anthony Stitt (Charlotte, N.C.) in a 74-63 road loss at William & Mary on Monday night at Kaplan Arena. It was the first meeting between the Cougars (11-11, […]

Montoyo, Championship Staff to Return for Bulls

Reigning International League Manager of the Year Takes Aim at Durham’s All-Time Win Mark DURHAM, NC January 27, 2014 – The Durham Bulls have announced reigning International League Manager of the Year Charlie Montoyo will return for his eighth season in Durham and 17th managing in the Tampa Bay Rays […]

Struggling Canadiens set to host Hurricanes

The Hurricanes look to extend their winning streak to five games in Montreal Sean McCullen – NHL.com Staff Writer HURRICANES (24-19-9) at CANADIENS (27-20-5) TV: RDS, FS-CR Last 10: Carolina 7-3-0; Montreal 3-6-1 MONTREAL, QUEBEC January 28, 2014 – Season series: This is the second of three games between the […]

SAU Men’s Swimming sweeps tri-meet as they top second ranked SCAD

By Troy Baranik Results 1 Results 2 Laurinburg, NC January 27, 2014 – The #3 St. Andrews University men’s swimming team, on the strength of six first place events were able to edge #2 ranked SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) College 98-94 on Saturday at O’Herron Pool while also pounding Emmanuel College (Ga.) 122-60 […]