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Sumter police seek location of man who may have information about fatal drive-by shooting

Sumter Police Department is investigating after a man was fatally shot Tuesday night on South Salem Street.After 10:15 p.m., police responded to reports that a person was a shot, according Tonyia … more

Brookdale Sumter has a ball for Halloween

Residents, staff and family had a spooktacular afternoon of dancing and treats during Brookdale Sumter Senior Living's 4th-Annual Halloween Ball on Oct. 23. more

Sumter Elks begin annual turkey shoot

Elks Lodge No. 855 will start its 37th Annual Turkey Shoot at 5 p.m. Saturday at the lodge, 1100 W. Liberty St. The shoots will run through Saturday, Dec. 29. The public is invited to participate, … more

Grow your own library with help from Friends of the Sumter County Library

The days most highly anticipated by local readers begin Thursday, when the large meeting room at Sumter County Library, 111 N. Harvin St., opens its door to reveal thousands of books of all genres for sale. The Friends of the Sumter County Library … more

Wilson Hall grad lost on missing plane loved fishing, outdoors

Joseph Allbritton grew up 100 miles from the coast, went to school 300 miles from the coast, but always gravitated toward the ocean. He loved fishing and hunting - anything outdoors, really - and was good at it, his friends say. The Sumter … more

Sumter's Willow Drive students parade as favorite storybook characters

Principal Preston Spratt led Willow Drive Elementary students in the recent Storybook Character Parade. Enthusiastic students and teachers celebrated their books and characters as they paraded throughout the halls. more

Sumter school board candidate apologizes for using gay slur at opponent

A Sumter School District Board of Trustees candidate is being asked by state Democratic officials to apologize after a recording revealed her calling a fellow candidate a gay slur. Barbara Bowman, who is seeking the Area 1 Sumter School District … more

Man, 60, charged with taking $1,100 worth of items from Sumter home

Sumter County Sheriff's Office arrested a 60-year-old man Sunday for allegedly taking hundreds of dollars worth of items from a residence in July.Alexander Williams, of Murphy Street, is charged with … more

Sumter law enforcement urges kids, parents to think of safety on Halloween

While Halloween is seen by most as a holiday for kids to dress as their favorite characters and parents to worry about future dental bills, local law enforcement encourages families to exercise great caution when going from house to house … more

Manning High holds anti-bullying presentations

Sgt. Rich Schneider with the National Guard gave two anti-bullying presentations on Friday to Manning High School students. "It's a huge honor. I take pride in it," he said of doing the presentations. "I live in Manning, my wife teaches in … more

Hydrant flow tests set in Sumter for Oct. 31, Nov. 1

The City of Sumter will perform fire hydrant flow tests on Patriot Parkway on Wednesday and Thursday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Water customers in the surrounding area may experience temporary discolored water. Contact the City of Sumter Public … more

Sumter mixes caffeine and gasoline at annual car show for Sumter Military Museum

The seventh-annual Caffeine and Gasoline car show rolled into downtown Sumter on Saturday, bringing cars, trucks and motorcycles ranging across decades, styles and colors to the parking lot wrapping from … more

Director of Lee Transportation Services speaks at conference

Bettye Scott, director of Lee Transportation Services of Bishopville, at the invitation of the Committee for the National Conference on Rural Public Intercity Bus Transportation Conference, was the presenter at the committee's biennial conference in … more

Man charged with presenting fake $100 bill at Sumter auto store

A 52-year-old man is facing a forgery charge after he allegedly tried to use a fake $100 at Advance Auto Parts on U.S. 15 South earlier this month.Todd K. Klavon, of Gibbs Dairy Road, was reportedly … more

Sumter native, Wilson Hall alum was on downed plane flying from South Carolina coast

Search efforts have been suspended for a downed aircraft that went missing about 110 miles east of Charleston on Thursday, carrying a Joseph Allbritton Jr., a Sumter native and Wilson Hall … more

Coast Guard suspends search for downed plane

The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a downed aircraft that went missing about 110 miles east of Charleston on Thursday. A Sumter man is thought to be one of the passengers. … more

Sumter man searching for living kidney donor

Denny Stevens, a local Sumter man who is originally from Lucknow, needs your help. Stevens needs a kidney transplant and is willing to take on any possible donors. "A transplant would offer me more freedom and the ability to live a long-term … more

100,001 treats: Alice Drive Baptist Church hosts annual Family Fall Festival in Sumter

Hundreds of children filled their candy coffers for the season and donned their best costumes during Alice Drive Baptist Church's annual Family Fall Festival Thursday evening. Family Fall Festival started in 2011, said ADBC lead pastor Clay … more

State SAT scores beat national average, Clarendon 3 has highest scores in region

South Carolina public school students who graduated from high school last spring outperformed the national average on the SAT college entrance exam by 15 points, according to scores released by the College Board on Thursday. The 22,141 public … more

Sumter man could be on missing plane

A Sumter native is thought to be on an aircraft that went missing about 110 miles east of Charleston on Thursday. The Air Force Rescue Coordination Center notified Coast Guard 7th District watchstanders of a "civilian aircraft emergency at 11:33 … more
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