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Sumter School District will move forward with three weather makeup days already built into its calendar for this school year and not add a fourth makeup day, the district's Board of Trustees ruled Monday. After missing one day in September for … more
As the spirit of giving continues, volunteers with Sumter United Ministries Construction Ministry began repairing the roofs of two houses during the organization's annual Winter Restore project on Tuesday. The construction ministry conducts two … more
The American Red Cross has what it's calling an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all blood types this month because of shortages after winter weather has caused blood drive cancellations. More than 150 blood drives had to be canceled … more
It's no secret that Americans are in digestive distress. Approximately 70 million Americans suffer from digestive disease, including irritable bowel syndrome, gastroesophageal reflux disease and ulcerative colitis. Approximately 72 percent of men … more
Two members of Turbeville Town Council will be sworn in at the group's meeting today, including one new councilwoman. Katheryn Turbeville finished in second place among five candidates for two open council seats in a municipal election in … more
A 38-year-old man was arrested on Friday for reportedly giving heroin to a minor in Sumter. Frederick Brown, of Gable, is accused of administering with a syringe the opioid narcotic to a 16-year-old on Nov. 25, 2017, at a residence on Cains Mills … more
The City of Sumter will be performing fire hydrant flow tests on Broad Street Extension and South Pike West between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. today and Wednesday. Water customers in the surrounding area may experience temporary discolored water. more
A house was destroyed in a fire early Monday morning in Bishopville, officials said. The mobile home on River Birch Road was fully involved when Lee County Fire Department units arrived just before 1:30 a.m. on Monday, Chief Mike Bedenbaugh … more
Sumter is still waiting on the results of the South Carolina Highway Patrol investigation on the City of Sumter truck that drove through a residence near Sumter High School and injured three people, including a 2-year-old resident, in … more
People are back at work after Christmas and New Year's, kids are back in school, and most people are back on their regular schedules. Winter, however, is just getting started in Sumter, noted Diane Garrick, office manager at Sumter United … more
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