Veterans’ Day is celebrated annually on Nov. 11 because that date marked the end of hostilities — an armistice — in World War I in 1918. The first Armistice Day, now Veterans’ Day, was celebrated in November 1919.
Celebrations were held to honor our veterans around South Carolina. Above, Toby Horn (left), a U.S. Navy veteran who served three tours in Vietnam, and his brother, George Horn, a U.S. Marine who served in active duty between the Korean and Vietnam Wars, watch the Veterans’ Day Parade held in Charleston on Nov. 7.
CHARLESTON—Sacred Heart Church is looking for its own form of resurrection in the shape of renovations, both large and small. The inner-city church recently received some guidance in that direction from The Citadel when cadets […]
HILTON HEAD—Members of Hilton Head Citizens for Life and other supporters gathered Jan. 17 for the annual Rally for Life along S.C. Route 278. More than 150 people joined the event, according to Jack Wilfore, […]