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Law Enforcement Appreciation Day with Sumter-Palmetto Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Sumter-Palmetto met at Second Mill Restaurant Thursday afternoon and held its annual Law Enforcement Day Luncheon honoring local law enforcement. Lewis "Jackie" Swindler, director … more

Sumter Today: DIY organizing hacks with Sandi Davis

You don't want to miss this episode. We got an organizing lesson with a bunch of DIY hacks to make your home decluttered and easier to live in from professional organizer Sandi Davis. Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare. more

Sneak peak inside Sumter's new Walmart Neighborhood Market

A new Walmart Neighborhood Market Sumter - Pinewood Rd.opens Wednesday at 7:30 a.m., and we got to walk around Tuesday as associates finished stocking shelves and getting everything ready for … more

Sumter Today: Daughters of Angels visit Santee Hematology and Oncology

For this episode of Sumter Today, we tagged along with a new nonprofit called Daughters of Angels as they gave care packages to Santee Hematology and Oncology, the chemo center their mothers went to while they bravely fought cancer. To honor their mother's memories, to help one another grieve and to give back to others, we learned about what they're doing and how it's helping. Also, stay tuned at the end to see why State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman visited Mayewood High School today. Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare. See Less more

Sumter Today: Zion Williamson comes to Sumter, dominates to win 3rd state championship

On today's episode of Sumter Today, Zion Williamson, the McDonald's All American who committed to Duke Men's Basketball, led Spartanburg Day School to their third-straight high school state title. In … more

Sumter Today: Thomas Sumter Academy's archery team keeps winning; Osteen Publishing recognized as S.C. Centennial Business

On today's show, Thomas Sumter Academy's archery team is winning on and off the range. They've won two state championships, and they've only been competing for three years. Plus, The Sumter Item got a visit from Secretary of State Mark Hammond, who honored Osteen Publishing Co. for being in business for more than 100 years. Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare. more

Sumter Today: Sumter's Rafe Dixon named best auctioneer in S.C.

On today's show, we go behind the scenes with Rafe Dixon, an auctioneer in Sumter County who recently was named best in the state. We also have some USC Sumter Fire Ant baseball trivia. Presented … more

Sumter Eats: Simply Southern Bistro's perfect order

We went over to Simply Southern Bistro on Wesmark Blvd. in Sumter to find out what they think their perfect order is!They certainly did not disappoint.Check it out! more

Sumter Today - The Item's daily news show is coming soon

Monday through Friday, we'll show you what's happening from Clarendon to Pointsett State Park.  more

Sumter Today: Mayewood's Zachariah Lowe surprised as finalist for State Teacher of the Year

On today's show, we revisit a segment we teased earlier in the week about Sumter School District's own Teacher of the Year, Zachariah Lowe. The sixth- and eighth-grade social studies teacher at Mayewood Middle School in rural eastern Sumter County is one of the five finalists for State Teacher of the Year, and State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman surprised him in his class with the announcement. Congratulations Zachariah! Check it out! Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare See Less more

Sumter Today: Heart to Heart benefit at C. Anthony's downtown

On today's show, we walked right down the street to C. Anthony's Menswear for their Heart to Heart fundraiser, which benefitted the American Heart Association. Attendees got to eat barbecue, sip … more

The Sumter Item Archivist Sammy Way on Pearl Harbor and its impact on Sumter

Sammy Way, archivist and historian at The Sumter Item, keeps our past alive thorugh weekly Reflections and   On Dec. 7, 1941, America — and the course of the world's history — … more

It's (actually) rocket science at Alice Drive Middle

It was both "one small step for man" and "one giant leap for mankind" for an all-girl team Wednesday at Alice Drive Middle School - to borrow from astronaut Neil Armstrong's famous one-liner when he … more

Clemson football team visits New Orleans children's hospital before the Sugar Bowl

Clemson Football is set to kick off against Alabama in just a couple hours for the Allstate Sugar Bowl 2018. The team has been here since last week to practice and makes some special appearances, … more

Simpson Hardware's 2017 Ladies Night

17:40:35It seems like everyone had a great time at Simpson Hardware and Sports - Wesmark Blvd Ladies' Night last month! Who's going to Men's Night Thursday night? more
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