Hemingway, South Carolina Funeral Homes

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Hemingway, South Carolina Funeral Homes
Highway 261 West
Hemingway, South Carolina 29554
(843) 558-3216
416 North Main Street
Hemingway, South Carolina 29554
(843) 558-2501
Highway 261 West
Hemingway, South Carolina 29554
(843) 558-5327
Hemingway, South Carolina Obituaries and News
T&D REGION SPORTS: Prep baseball underway February 24, 2017

Hemingway for SCHSL Class A lower state title ... of the coaches for the 2018 Touchstone Energy Cooperatives North-South Bowl, an annual all-star game for top senior talent in South Carolina High School League football. (Times and Democrat)

The Tiny Town In South Carolina That’s The Next BBQ Capital Of The World February 24, 2017

More information about the South Carolina BBQ and Shag Festival in Hemingway can be found at this link and on their Facebook page. Have you been to the next BBQ Capital of the World? We’d love to hear about your experiences in our comments! South ... (onlyinyourstate.com)

Rams' third-round pick that belongs to Titans is No. 100 February 24, 2017

The Rams picked Cal quarterback Jared Goff with the top pick, traded 113 and used 177 on South Carolina State tight end Temarrick Hemingway. The Titans got Los Angeles' first-round pick (No. 15), two second-round selections (Nos. 43 and 45) and a third ... (ESPN)

Freeman, Faye Hart February 24, 2017

She had a career in real estate and banking; however, her passion was antique furniture and later in life searching for shark teeth on South Carolina beaches. Faye loved spending time with her family and friends, especially her children, their spouses and ... (Opelika-Auburn News)

The Secret Art History on Your Money February 24, 2017

(In one bill from a South Carolina bank, a white fieldworker seen in the background ... a Madonna-like Red Cross poster from 1918 — the only work mentioned in his 1948 obituary in The New York Times, Mr. Tomasko noted a bit forlornly. (New York Times)