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MANNING - The New Year brings changes to the Bank of Clarendon. After 17 years as the bank's chief financial officer, W. Louis Griffith will retire on Jan. 26. The bank's board of directors … more
If you're looking for some excitement this weekend, consider seeing some high-flying trucks during the Sumter Fall Nationals Monster Truck Showdown at the Sumter fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday. The event will showcase five professional-level … more
Students from Erik Booker's Project Based Learning class at Bates Middle School took time to feed those in need in their own backyard. The students partnered with Emmanuel United Methodist Church to feed 57 individuals. The project was conceived of, … more
The 20th Fighter Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office at Shaw Air Force Base began a comfort dog program on Nov. 29. The program … more
The new year has begun, and Sumter County invites residents to take part in two activities Saturday at Dillon Park. Between 7 and 10 a.m., free mulch made from discarded Christmas trees will be distributed to residents by … more
It used to be that massages were a luxury and only offered in spas and health clubs, but now massages are offered everywhere, from airports and malls to businesses and schools. You can get a quick, rejuvenating 5-minute chair massage or a relaxing … more
A former Sumter resident was elected Tuesday to be the new mayor of Mount Pleasant. Will Haynie, a current Mount Pleasant councilman, routed incumbent Linda Page in the mayoral race, capping a contest dominated by development issues and marred by … more
An 87-year-old woman from Sumter succumbed on Monday to injuries she sustained in a wreck over the weekend east of downtown. Aline Rhame passed away at Palmetto Health Richland two days after she … more
Hundreds of visitors poured into downtown Camden on Saturday and Sunday for the 46th year of the Revolutionary War Field Days event, organized by Historic Camden. Families watched as reenactors cooked over open fires near tents adorned with … more
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