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Pedestrians who use the Lafayette Drive bridge over the railroad have repeatedly pressed local officials about the lack of lighting on the bridge, which was opened to traffic 15 months ago. Complaints have been made that it is unsafe for pedestrians … more
The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce will have a holiday-themed Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Galloway and Moseley Jewelers, 444 N. Guignard Drive. For more information, call (803) 775-1231. more
The William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Columbia VA Regional Office will host an open house from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the main lobby of the hospital (Building 100). Representatives from more than 15 areas of the … more
The National Weather Service may issue frost warnings tonight for areas north of Sumter. "Right now, we are a little bit concerned we may have some patchy frost," said Doug Anderson, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in … more
Sumter Fire Department is offering free car seat installation services on Wednesday by appointment only at Bethel Station, 1865 Nettles Road. Participants need to bring the car seat and vehicle manuals, and the child must be present. Only one … more
James Ginther, charged with kidnapping and murder in the death investigation of his ex-wife, Suzette Ginther, was extradited from Kentucky on Tuesday evening. The body of 27-year-old Suzette … more
The litigation attorney who recently filed a class-action suit on behalf of current and former Morris College students against the college claims efforts to delay an initial hearing in the case last week are an example of the college's "negligence … more
Sumter County Council Chairman Jim McCain Jr., District 6 councilman, intends to run for re-election in November to continue his mission to help make Sumter a much better place to live, work, play and worship. McCain said he would like to … more
For the second year, the Swan Lake Quilt Guild delivered 27 quilts to Sumter County Sheriff's Office to be used by deputies and victim advocates when they respond to emergency calls. The guild - with about 42 members - was started in 2001 and … more
For the past two years, cotton farmers and gin owners have suffered through two down seasons, first because of the floods in October 2015 and then because of Hurricane Matthew in 2016. This year, cotton farmers in the area have rebounded, … more
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