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The Good Samaritans for All People organization will hold two Christmas giveaways this year.
It's hard to imagine Christmas without the music. Thanks to local musicians such as those in the Sumter Community Concert Band, Sumterites can hear live sounds of the holiday season throughout the mon
"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" is wishful thinking for many people, but if music can make it happen, Sunday's concert by the Sumter Civic Chorale just might conjure up some of the cold, whit
Despite Pinewood Town Council receiving a resignation letter from former Mayor Al Pridgen last week, council is still unclear when it will hold a special election.
Roads will be one of the main focuses of a new penny sales tax, if discussions by Sumter County Council on Tuesday are any indication.
The Christmas spirit is less elusive around Sumter than in most areas, as various groups and organizations continue their seasonal activities almost up until Dec. 25.
Jewelry, electronics and guns.
AARP will hold a four-hour Refresher Driver Safety Course from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 20, at The Shepherd's Center, 24 Council St. After the class, participants will receive a certificate fo
The next membership meeting of the Sumter County Genealogical Society will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday at Swan Lake Presbyterian Church, 912 Haynsworth St. It is the society's tradition for members
The Sumter County Gallery of Art, 200 Hasell St. in the Sumter County Cultural Center, will present a talk Thursday by artist Lori Larusso, whose exhibition Homefront is currently in the gallery. Ligh
The Sumter School District Teacher Forum is encouraging the community to save a life this holiday season. The organization will sponsor a blood drive at Alice Drive Middle School from noon to 5 p.m. S
Lend someone a helping hand this holiday season. The following are just a few of the needs in our community.
To say Glen Sharp was a generous man when it came to giving back to the Sumter community through the years would be an understatement.
Shaw Air Force Base swiftly removed its Nativity scene from its base Friday after an undisclosed number of airmen were troubled with the scene and notified the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
The city of Sumter, the Azalea Garden Club and the Heart of Sumter Association on Friday joined to observe Arbor Day and a Historic Trees for Historic Places Special Tree Identification Ceremony. The
Although it only seems like yesterday, Dec. 14 will mark one year since 20 children and six adults were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. While our nation's leaders rev
The Sumter County Sheriff's Office is asking the community and surrounding areas to lend a helping hand this holiday season. The sheriff's office is organizing donations for the Toys for Tots program
SHAW AIR FORCE BASE — Spc. Robert M. Wenzel, an information technology specialist who hails from Haskell, N.J., was recently named U.S. Army Central soldier of the week. He comes from a family of six
Robin Page is one of Laurence Manning Academy's Teachers of the Year.