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Improve Wellness with Affordable Bathroom Upgrades

Wellness is at the forefront of nearly everyone's mind, including keeping germs at bay and creating surroundings that promote mental and physical health. Even small, but important, spaces like the … more

Clarendon Pilot Club honors 'heroes' at local nursing homes

CLARENDON COUNTY - "Heroes Work Here" was the theme of the Clarendon Pilot Club's recent visit to Lake Marion and Windsor Manor nursing homes in Clarendon County. To show their appreciation for all the hard work and dedication that the employees … more

Clarendon County Master Gardeners' early plant sale is scheduled for April 15

MANNING - These warm spring days have gardeners eager to get their fingers into the rich soil and begin planting vegetables, plants and flowers that they'll be able to enjoy in the months to come. The Clarendon County Master Gardeners are … more

Get Organized for an Envy-Worthy Garage

A garage may not be the focal point of your home, but it likely plays a significant role in your family's everyday life. Keeping the garage tidy can help you get the most out of the space, no matter … more

5 Home Remodeling Trends to Watch for in 2021

After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities. Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces … more

5 impactful, on-trend cabinet stylings

The kitchen is the heart of many homes, and careful planning is a necessity when it comes to redesigning this essential living space. Picking out cabinetry - and a color for those cabinets, in … more

Navigating the varied world of olive oils

If you've been in the olive oil section of the grocery store lately, you've likely been confronted with a lot of choices. Possibly even a wall of olive oils, with different symbols on the bottles and … more

Midlands Plant and Flower Sale April 8-11 in West Columbia

COLUMBIA - Spring is here, and the Midlands Spring Plant and Flower Sale is returning to the South Carolina State Farmers Market April 8-11.Visitors can shop for plants, garden essentials, Certified South Carolina produce, springtime décor and much … more

Sumter native's artwork inspired by 'blurred lines'

A Sumter native is making a name for herself by blurring the lines of society through her most recent artwork while finishing a master's degree at Savannah College of Art and Design. Gabe Torres is a Crestwood High School graduate who received … more

Sumter County Museum offers spring classes, exhibits

With the warming spring weather and the easing of some restrictions necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, the Sumter County Museum is offering new workshops and exhibits for patrons. "We will comply with all recommended safety practices," … more

Clarendon Pilot Club members attend state leadership conference

MANNING - Members of the Clarendon Pilot Club participated in a statewide Leadership Conference that was held in Columbia earlier this year. Kathy Geddings, president of the Clarendon Pilot Club, along with members Pat DuBose and Diane Thames, … more

Your Voice in Sumter: Celebrating inspiring women in our lives for Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month, a time that is nationally designated to commemorate and encourage the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Dating to 1981 when Congress authorized the president to … more

Build your own rain barrel at home with help from Clemson Extension office

Are you ready to get outside and do some yard work? Clemson Extension wants to get you started with its at-home, DIY rain barrel workshop. The workshop, via online video, will teach participants how to assemble a rain barrel … more

Say goodbye to basic brunch

The same old brunch menu week after week can become tiresome and dull. It’s bland, boring and your tastebuds get used to the same flavors repeatedly.It’s time to add something new to the … more

Catholic Church won't allow gay union blessing, says God 'can't bless sin'

ROME - The Vatican declared Monday that the Catholic Church won't bless same-sex unions since God "cannot bless sin." The Vatican's orthodoxy office, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, issued a formal response to a question about … more

Shake up your morning with a Frothy Banana Shake

Some mornings can be such a drag and make you feel exhausted. On those days, it looks like everyone is moving slow (especially the kids), getting ready seems like a big chore and making a wholesome … more

SCDNR asks residents to remove bird feeders until early spring

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is asking for South Carolina residents to take down their bird feeders until early spring after an increase in mortality reports for Pine Siskins and other species.While Pine Siskins are … more

Happy campers: More overnight camps to reopen this summer

PORTLAND, Maine - There are going to be more happy campers this summer as more camps choose to reopen despite the pandemic, providing millions more kids an opportunity to gather around a campfire. Most camp directors sat out last summer as the … more

State Fair to hold spring drive-through food event

The pandemic has brought one delicious driver-friendly event, and it is returning this spring to Columbia. The South Carolina State Fair is bringing back its drive-through fair food event. Favorite fair foods will be available for purchase from … more

2-day Spring Pop-Up Shop coming to Manning

MANNING - Spring and Easter are just around the corner, ending the doldrums of winter and declaring a bright, new season with splashes of vibrant color and delightful floral fragrances. And who better to push those dull, drab colors out of the … more
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