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Sumter School District will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 3, because of the extremely cold temperatures and the threat of worsening weather. The district announced in a news … more
According to tweets by South Carolina Department of Corrections, law enforcement including SLED responded to an isolated incident at Turbeville Correctional Center earlier today. The tweet stated the … more
After nine years of searching for answers and the death of the incident's sole witness, Sumter County Sheriff's Office investigators are still hopeful that the 2008 killing of Jerventez D. Wilson will be resolved. Wilson, 24, a substitute teacher … more
Sumter has seen a spike in vehicle break-ins this year, and Sumter Police Department noticed a trend in possibly why those crimes have occurred. There has been a 36 percent increase in the number of vehicles broken into compared to this time last … more
Anyone looking for a more old-school way to enjoy the holidays can start by visiting the Horsman Christmas Garden on Camden Highway — just look for the sign that says “Christmas … more
A Manning family is seeking answers after they came home on Monday to find their family dog had been shot in the face.Whitley Carraway, her husband and their four children, who are 2, 4, 7, and 8 … more
Phyllis Clark grew up in Lynchburg and is a 1972 graduate of Mount Pleasant High School in Elliot. With an older brother and a cousin in the military, she decided that was what she wanted to do. She joined the Army in March 1974, completing her … more
Board committee reports and an update of happenings across the district by the interim superintendent highlight the agenda for Monday's Sumter School District's Board of Trustees meeting at the … more
A member of Sumter Fire Department’s Explorers program is charged with second-degree arson for allegedly damaging his family's mobile home on Pantego Drive on Monday. Thomas Carson Euten, 17, … more
Sumter School District is pursuing several initiatives to fill classroom positions, according to district staff, in light of the teacher shortage in the district and across the state. In the fall, acting Superintendent Debbie Hamm said the … more
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