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The purchase of the Belk Building in Manning is part of the City of Manning's retail economics strategy in Manning implemented about a year and a half ago, Mayor Julia Nelson told The Sumter Item on Wednesday. According to minutes of an April 6 … more
MANNING - Internationally known boxing referee Tony Weeks may have been born in Brooklyn, New York, but the 61-year-old has strong ties to Clarendon County.As a youngster, Weeks traveled south and spent almost every summer … more
MANNING - What do you get when you mix dozens of firefighters from different stations, counties or even states and a whopping, big barbecue grill? You get healthy servings of mouthwatering, smoky, Southern barbecue.The … more
Think Pink Community Prayer Breakfast was held Oct. 28 at Clarendon County Community Complex in Manning. More than 100 attendees participated in the countywide event that was sponsored by Clarendon County Sheriff's Office and TA Travel Centers of … more
MANNING - It's that time of year again. There's a nip in the air. Thanksgiving is approaching, and the Clarendon County Pilot Club is busy in the kitchen preparing more than 200 dozen homemade biscuits.That's right, 200 … more
The Clarendon County Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Clarendon County Administration Building, 411 Sunset Drive, in County Council Chambers. For more information, call (803) 435-8672. more
MANNING - More than 75 Monarch administrators, teachers, coaches, athletes and fans were present for Sunday's dedication ceremony for The Monarch Field House, behind Manning High School and adjacent to Ramsey Field, the … more
A new fire suppression rating for parts of Clarendon County should lead to lower insurance bills for many homeowners in the county, County Administrator David Epperson said at the Nov. 13 Clarendon County Council meeting. Epperson said Clarendon … more
MANNING - The musicals on Broadway have nothing on the youngsters at Manning Primary School. On Monday evening, "Frosty the Snowman" came to life on Weldon Auditorium's stage thanks to the singing and acting talents of the school's second- and … more
TURBEVILLE - Temperatures hovering in the upper 30s didn't stop hundreds from donning heavy coats, mittens and scarves to attend Saturday's parade and tree lighting ceremonies in Turbeville. "The weather was pretty bad," Turbeville Mayor Dwayne … more
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