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Sumter school board's Finance Committee to meet Monday

The advisory Finance Committee of Sumter School District's Board of Trustees will hold its monthly meeting on Monday at the district office, 1345 Wilson Hall Road. As is normally the case at … more

Palmetto Health Tuomey leaders eyeing future

COLUMBIA - In the constantly changing health care services industry with ever-increasing costs to do business, it was a move for the better. That's the way Palmetto Health Tuomey Chief Operating Officer Dr. Michelle Logan-Owens described the … more

Bynum Insurance in Sumter receives 2 awards

Sumter police looking for man suspected of forging stolen check from daycare break-in

A 22-year-old man is being searched for in connection to a forged stolen check at a local grocery store over the weekend. Tyler Alexander Leach is accused of forging a check stolen from a North … more

12-year-old Cherryvale boy found safe after missing since Monday

A 12-year-old Furman Middle School student who had been missing since Monday afternoon has been found safe, officials confirmed. Stay tuned here for more information as it becomes available. more

Man faces DUI, drug charges after crashing car into Sumter home

A 23-year-old Sumter man faces charges after the car he was driving crashed into a Wise Drive home Friday night, according to police. Joseph Carter Outlaw, 23, of 4267 N. Lake Cherryvale Drive, was charged with driving under the influence, … more

Help sought locating missing 15-year-old girl

Sumter County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in locating 15-year-old Zyarriah Myers, who is thought to have run away with the young man shown in the photo. Zyarriah was last seen about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday at her home. She … more

Women's guild holding coat, clothing giveaway

The Women's Guild of St. Anne and St. Jude Catholic Church will hold a coat and clothing giveaway on Saturday, Feb. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon at the St. Anne location, 216 E. Liberty St. These items were donated by and to the parish for this purpose. … more

SCDOT to close 1 lane of I-95 southbound

Motorists traveling to Florence from Sumter should be aware that South Carolina Department of Transportation will be closing one lane on Interstate 95 southbound at mile marker 147 over Lynches River in Florence County starting Wednesday. The … more

CCTC honors local heroes at Sumter forum

What started out as a conversation with a history instructor to get some memorabilia for the college's veterans resource area turned into a creative way to honor local heroes with a two-hour veterans forum. Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Heather … more

Sumter museum hosts Revolutionary War exhibit

Special to The Sumter ItemFort Motte, a Revolutionary War British outpost, is in Calhoun County less than 40 miles from Sumter, yet its history is unknown to many. An exhibit on the fort at the Sumter County Museum through March 24 aims to change … more

Easter Bunny returns to Swan Lake for egg hunt

Spring is here, and with it comes the Easter Bunny. He has once again accepted Sumter Recreation Department's request to hide eggs for the community's children ages 2 to 12. He'll be hiding eggs and greeting children from 10 a.m. until around noon … more

Mayesville Presbyterian Church holding hymn festival on April 29

Mayesville Presbyterian Church will continue its tradition of offering a hymn festival for the community on Sunday, April 29. The 4 p.m. festival at the church is aimed at those who enjoy singing hymns, which choir director and organist Tammy … more

Nonprofit gets $10K donation for Sumter, Clarendon youth violence prevention

A nonprofit that serves sexual assault and abuse victims throughout Sumter, Clarendon and the Midlands wants to take South Carolina out of the top ranks for women being killed by men, and a recent anonymous donation will help its effort. Sexual … more

Sumter attorney Tommy Bultman elected as family court judge

Thomas M. "Tommy" Bultman, an attorney at Bryan Law Firm of S.C., LLP, will join more than 50 of the states elected public servants after he was elected to family court by South Carolina General … more

Sumter Ballroom Dance Club holding open house on Sunday

When asked about dancing, a typical response from adults is, "I've got two left feet." However, members of the Sumter Ballroom Dance Club don't agree. They think most people can learn enough … more

SAFE Federal Credit Union creates position for compliance director

FROM STAFF REPORTS SAFE Federal Credit Union has grown a lot since 15 civilian Shaw Air Force Base employees pooled their money in 1955 to eventually create the largest Midlands-based credit union with $1 billion in total assets. As a … more

Gators top Darlington to grab share of region lead

With the Region VI-4A lead on the line on Friday at The Swamp, Lakewood's varsity boys basketball team got off to a 9-0 start and seemed poised for an easy win over Darlington. While the Gators, who entered game ranked No. 9 in the latest South … more

Officials: 12-year-old boy found safe Thursday

A 12-year-old Furman Middle School student who had been missing since Monday afternoon has been found safe and reunited with his family, officials confirmed. Jakell Simmons was found by a Sumter County Sheriff's Office deputy at a convenience … more

Red Cross declares critical need for blood, platelets

Ongoing severe weather has more than doubled the number of canceled American Red Cross blood drives, resulting in what the agency is declaring a critical situation for blood and platelet shortages. More than 550 blood drives have been canceled … more
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