Before the school year begins, teachers and administrators have prepared their curriculum, planned to implement new programs and strategies and have also endured orientation with the district to make
Politics and food are always a good combination, so Saturday's grand opening of Sumter Democrats' new headquarters should be filling on both fronts.
Sumter City Councilman Calvin Hastie is taking time to give local youth an "up close and personal" look at the justice system.
National Dance Day promises to be a lot of fun when it's presented by Downtown Sumter on the green space across from the Sumter Opera House.
Students involved in choir at Lakewood High School have a huge performance to look forward to during the 2014-15 school year. The choir recently received an invitation to perform at Carnegie Hall in A
The Clarendon School District 2 board of trustees will have called special board meetings for Monday and Tuesday. Both meetings will be in the boardroom at the district office, 15 Major Drive in Manni
There will be a Stakeholders' "Call to Action Meeting" Sunday at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 325 W. Fulton St. All interested members of the public are invited to address the increasing crime
A federal court judge officially ordered Thursday that $40 million of the $50 million that Tuomey Healthcare System placed into an escrow account last year as part of the federal lawsuit against the h
Police are on the hunt for a man who has been charged in connection to a Tuesday night shooting.
Authorities are looking for two people in connection to a vehicular assault that hospitalized a Sumter man on June 27.
After serving as the senior rector of Church of the Holy Comforter for 19 years, his longest post, the Very Rev. Dr. John Barr III is retiring.
JOINT BASE CHARLESTON - The Air Force is cutting 19 positions at Joint Base Charleston as it reduces its major headquarters by about 3,400 jobs in a bid to save $1.6 billion.
With a motto like "Service Above Self," it's no wonder Penny Pratt was named Rotarian of the Year for Sumter Sunrise Club at the annual banquet Tuesday.
A Wedgefield man accused of killing a 17-year-old Eastover man in 2011 has plead to a lesser charge.
Sumter School District is making more strides in teaching and preparing the whole child, even at a young age.
With a ruling posted to its website Wednesday morning, the S.C. Supreme Court limited the scope of the state's Freedom of Information Act, a decision that advocates of open government fear will make i
Voters will have one more choice to make in November, after a seat on city council came open unexpectedly this week.
A zoning change could be the first step to a significant business expansion.
Being a part of a small group or Bible study is a great way to develop personal relationships with other members in your community of faith. In recent years, small group studies have branched from the
Folks who frequently use the southern portion of Lafayette Drive will soon have to plan an alternate route for passing through downtown Sumter.