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We have all heard at one time or another that you need to listen to your body. But how often do we really follow that advice? As busy as we are, it's too easy to ignore the pain or think it is something that will eventually go away. If these … more
The Facilities Committee of Sumter School District's Board of Trustees will make recommendations to the full board Monday to allow the interim superintendent to pursue two independent consultants' studies that could affect the future of the … more
Dig out your snow pants and get a snowman carrot nose ready because the tri-county area could see the first snowfall of the year this afternoon through this evening. "You're going to be on the edge of this system, so I do think you're going to … more
By JIM HILLEY jim@theitem.com Shaw Air Force Base remains the preferred location for an MQ-9 Reaper group, according to Deputy Base Civil Engineer Christopher Aamold. The assessment is scheduled to be complete on Nov. 30, he said. The group … more
He's not your stereotypical car salesman and has a unique meet-and-greet technique that helps him build a personal relationship with customers and remember most people's names. He's not flashy, but instead many consider him down to earth and … more
Sumter County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 34-year-old Sumter man after his body was found with apparent gunshot wounds near East Red Bay Road on Saturday morning. The man was identified as Jarvis Omar Rush, according to … more
Imagine not having heat until you can save up to $400 for a propane delivery, and you will identify a common plight for some low-income residents in our area, according to Kevin Howell, Crisis Relief Ministry director at Sumter United … more
MANNING - Don't give shooters recognition for their crimes, Lt. Eric Rosdail with the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office told church leaders attending an Active Shooter Training session recently at Weldon Auditorium."Don't name them," … more
Industry officials and others are hailing Sumter School District's recent purchase of lots fronting Broad Street for a new technical high school/center as potentially a big win for workforce development in the community. On Oct. 27, the school … more
Fall weather is here at last, and with it comes what is perhaps the most highly anticipated event for Sumter's wine lovers. Sip and Stroll, the wine tasting that takes participants through Downtown Sumter in pursuit of a … more
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