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Sumter County EMS could move to old fire department building next door on Hampton Avenue

Sumter City Council approved first reading of a request to transfer the former fire department building to Sumter County and first reading of two ordinances that could lead to the development of a gas station and convenience store in northern Sumter … more

Sumter sharecropper receives posthumous Purple Heart

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson commanding general, and Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan, present Perry James the Purple Heart and a certificate for Sgt. Perry Loyd for wounds received during World War I. Loyd, a native of Claremont … more

Celebrated Ailey II dance group visits Sumter's Patriot Hall during Fall for the Arts

The Ailey II dance group, known worldwide and a celebrated dance company across the U.S., performed for visitors to Patriot Hall on Tuesday evening as part of Sumter County Cultural Commission's Fall for … more

Airmen and families from Tyndall Air Force Base come to Shaw, Team Sumter asks for donations to help after Hurricane Michael

Sumter government and military officials, as they recognize the area escaped the worst from Hurricane Michael, are banding together to help some of those most affected in Florida and asking the community to join them. The City of Sumter, Sumter … more

Sumter police seek help in identifying armed robbery suspect

Sumter Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a woman who could be connected to two convenience store armed robberies in the western part of the city on Sunday night.The … more

Find unique holiday items at Sumter's Art in the House

With cooler fall temperatures comes the 11th-annual Art in the House. The large Southern home at 110 Church St. will host 16 local artists offering their work for sale Thursday through … more

Governor candidate Rep. Smith makes campaign fundraising stop in Sumter

South Carolina Rep. and Democratic gubernatorial nominee James Smith said he was taught from a young age by his parents to serve the community and leave a place better than when it was found. It is with that campaign platform, Smith said, that he … more

Sumter High students walk against domestic violence downtown

A group of purple-clad teenagers forewent one of their two weekend sleep-in days to walk for a good cause on Saturday. Sumter High School's International Baccalaureate program held its 12th-annual Walk Against Domestic Violence to end a … more

Church Women United Salad Luncheon rescheduled for Oct. 27 in Sumter

Church Women United Salad Luncheon has been rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church Enrichment Center, 325 W. Fulton St. Tickets purchased for the Sept. 22 luncheon, which was canceled, … more

Sumter City Council to consider annexations

Sumter City Council will meet at 5:30 p.m. today in City Council Chambers, fourth floor of the Sumter Opera House, 21 N. Main St., to consider: - First reading of an ordinance to annex, by 100 percent annexation petition, approximately 11.29 … more

Restaurant news: Sumter County food grades for Oct. 4-12

Following are the food grades for Sumter businesses inspected by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control for Oct. 4-12. A "C" grade is failing. For detailed reports, visit www.dhec.com. Arby's #15, 1954 McCrays Mill … more

Get your tickets to find out Sumter 20 Under 40 winners

Tickets for the 2018-19 Young Professionals Under 40 winners reveal and social networking event are available to the public for anyone who wants to meet some of the most engaging, impactful and up-and-coming professionals in Sumter, Lee and … more

Weeklong Fall for the Arts continues Tuesday in Sumter

As Sumter County falls for the arts this week, some local dancers and art appreciators will be leaping with joy as they watch a performance by Ailey II, one of the most celebrated dance companies in the country. This is the second time Ailey II … more

Celebrate Halloween all month long in Sumter with haunted houses, trick or treat

As the scariest month of the year continues, Halloween enthusiasts can participate in some of the following Halloween festivities in and around Sumter to get all of the candy, screams and scares they can bear. SPOOKY ENTERTAINMENT USC Sumter … more

Sumter County Council continues code enforcement discussion

Sumter County Council continued its discussion of giving selected code enforcement officers the authority to issue courtesy summons during its meeting on Tuesday. Members question the need of zoning officials in code enforcement Reading: … more

Sumter escapes major damage from Hurricane Michael

It seems, once again, that Sumter County was spared from potential heavy hurricane damage. While Michael put itself in the history books as the third-most-powerful hurricane on record to hit the U.S. mainland as it flattened Mexico Beach, … more

Spend next week with Fall for the Arts in Sumter

There's something happening every day during the 2018 Fall for the Arts. The weeklong event presented by the Sumter County Cultural Commission starts at 7 p.m. Monday with the HeART of America Concert, a tribute to the United States by Sumter … more

Historical tour tells of Sumter Cemetery's famous inhabitants

If you've ever wondered who's buried here in Sumter, now's your chance to find out. Dearly Departed Tours will be giving lantern-led "Echoes from the Past Tours of Sumter Cemetery," which is located at 700 W. Oakland Ave., with period-dressed … more

Palmetto Health partnering with Sumter schools for telehealth program

SUBMITTED Palmetto Health is joining MUSC Health, Sumter School District and the SC Telehealth Alliance to offer education and clinical telehealth services to Sumter County students in select schools. To kick off the partnership, Manchester … more

High winds expected Thursday in Sumter from Hurricane Michael

Sumterites and South Carolinians watched Hurricane Michael batter the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday as the storm made landfall as a Category 4 and threatened, yet again, the area with tropical storm-force winds. Sumter, Lee, Clarendon and most … more
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