Wobble before you gobble on ThursdayNot everyone wakes up Thanksgiving morning thinking about food and football. Well, maybe they do, but before the grandeur and gluttony begin, there’s an opportunity to get your blood circulating and your heart pumping in preparation for a full day with family and friends.The Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble 5K turns 40 this year and it’s going to be a grand ole' time at Marion Square.
Three people are facing charges after Charlotte-Mecklenburg police found $500,000 in cash, along with guns and drugs, while searching a home in Steele Creek. Police said they investigated a house on Hatton Cross Lane after receiving anonymous complaints from neighbors and arrested 30-year-old Anthony Joseph Espinal, 24-year-old Jesus Manuel Rosario and 32-year-old Socrates Jhoneril Gomez.
In addition to the holidays, it’s also the season of oyster roast fundraisers and Lowcountry Animal Rescue will be expecting you on Saturday at the Summerville Country Club.The Shuckin’ Shack will sponsor the Pearlz Firecracker Oyster Challenge (sounds pretty serious) and the Carolina-Clemson rivalry game will be on the big screen (definitely serious).
Kilos of cocaine, pounds of marijuana, half a million in cash & more - all found in a quiet Steele Creek neighborhood. The lengths police say the suspects went to trying to cover their tracks at 5:00 on @wsoctv! https://t.co/Drf9aLHoBN
This is the home where CMPD busted a huge drug trafficking ring. It’s in the middle of a quiet Steel Creek neighborhood. Neighbors told me they’re shocked this was happening here. https://t.co/uICtBXKMte
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