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I love a good sermon, especially when the challenges issued in that sermon do not apply to me. It makes it easier to level judgment at another person who I think should take the message to heart. "I hope she was listening," I'll tell my husband … more
With multiple days now of temperatures being near, at or below freezing in Sumter County and the surrounding area, a children's hospital in the community wants parents to take extra precautions to protect their little ones from harm caused by … more
A 58-year-old Fayetteville, North Carolina, woman died after being involved in a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate 95 near the 105 mile marker on Thursday morning. The wreck occurred at 10:10 a.m. when the 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer - driven by … more
Sumter County Council will receive its 2016-17 external audit report during its meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in County Council Chambers, third floor of Sumter County Administration Building, 13 E. Canal St. Later, council will consider third and … more
On what will turn out to be the first day back to school for students after an extended winter holiday break, the Sumter School District Board of Trustees will also hold its first board meeting of 2018 on Monday. A district staff member sent out … 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
The Sumter Item reader Ken Justice Jr. shared these overhead photos of Sumter County covered in snow. more
Though the roads are clearing of ice and snow, freezing temperatures in Sumter are still an issue that residents should try to stay ahead of, especially at home. Temperatures in Sumter dropped below 20 degrees for six nights in a row between … more
Athletes have their superstitions, their must-do rituals. It can be witnessed in any sport, and Flop Shaw was no different. Shaw, whose full name, Charles Lemmon Shaw, "affectionately" went unused in place of "Flop," "had a very unusual way of … more
A Sumter County farmer's shed and equipment were destroyed after a fire Friday in Rembert causing about $400,000 in damage, according to a Sumter Fire Department report. The blaze started in a shed at 6550 TD McCloud Road in Rembert about 3:30 … more
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