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The Seamless Summer Option, Summer Feeding Program, allows school food authorities to provide free, nutritious meals and snacks to children 18 years of age or younger during summer vacation periods. A person 19 years of age and over with a mental or … more
Hundreds of South Carolina's top delinquent taxpayers paid the state more than $12.3 million in 2023 after their debts were listed online, an increase of almost $4 million over the previous year's payments. During the past four years, delinquent … more
Summer is hot in the South, but Sumter offers five spray parks to take the kiddos to cool off. These spray parks open Memorial Day weekend, and all are free: - Crosswell Park, corner of Lafayette Drive and Yeadon Street; - … more
We've received a great response from the first editions of The Sumter Item Impact, and we're excited about the future of this newspaper that reaches more than 28,000 each month - more than any other regularly printed product in Sumter … more
Dear Rusty: I am almost 63 and my husband will be 61 soon, and we are looking to see when our best time would be to start our Social Security benefits. We would like to know if one of us qualifies for benefits from a previous marriage from 1984 to … more
There are two early voting centers for the June Primary election: - Sumter County Courthouse, 141 N. Main St., Room 114 and Room 211 - Delaine Elementary School, 5355 Cane Savannah Road, Wedgefield Early voting for the primaries begins May … more
Technology is changing the way children learn, and two mobile STEM-related buses are helping to drive the future of science and math education in Sumter School District. This school year the district has unveiled the Pilgrim's Mobile STEM … more
School is almost out, so prepare to scream and shout as summer camps for kids of all ages begin to pop up across town. From thrilling outdoor adventures to creative art experiences and everything in between, Sumter's summer camps will have it all … more
Sumter continues to produce thrilling matchups and student-athletes when it comes to high school sports, and The Sumter Item will continue celebrating them with the second-annual Espy Awards-style program, The Bobbys. Inspired by ESPN's sports … more
The Sumter Item hosted its annual Best of Sumter red carpet winners' celebration gala on Tuesday, April 30, at Sumter Original Brewery. More than 500 winners, their co-workers, community leaders, friends and colleagues gathered to support all the … more
In schools throughout Sumter School District, students are growing life skills by growing plants. In six schools in the district, student-run gardens exist, giving classes an opportunity to work with their hands and see visible, long-term results of … more
This composition is going to reflect my season recommendations of various series throughout the years. Before offering my analysis, I would like to express the greatness of the seasons requires beginning the show from its onset. Each recommendation … more
Party primaries that will set the stage locally and nationally for the November election will take place Tuesday, June 11, but there are opportunities to cast your vote early. Two early voting centers will be available for the … more,414338 more
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the fun has just begun. If you're in need of a good time, festivities of all kinds are happening around town, so be sure to frolic through a few - or all - of them. Shiloh Project-Lift Spring … more
Long considered a manufacturing community, Sumter County's concentration of manufacturing jobs is 17.2%, well above state and national averages. Health care and social assistance, retail, accommodation and … more
We are officially in the month of April for 2024. Here are my recommended takes for this year in cinema. Depending on what the future holds, these picks are based on my opinion with their current standings. There are myriad interesting releases … more
This issue of Reflections takes a look at photos taken across the Sumter area through the decades. more
A total of 50 years in operation will classify any business as a Sumter classic, and Frasier Tire Service just celebrated its 50th anniversary locally in March. Julian Frasier, now 86, is the business owner, and a key to the company's success, he … more
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