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Before gracing Sumterites with his presence at Sumter Mall last week, author Eric Jerome Dickey spoke with The Sumter Item about his latest book, "A Wanted Woman," his writing process and odd encounte
The ongoing process to renew a countywide penny sales tax for another year may enter a new stage Tuesday.
For the past week, many churches have been preparing for the crowds of people that flock to the chapels and cathedrals to celebrate Easter Sunday. The local United Methodists churches decided to prepa
Many say they are too old to make changes or too old to be as healthy as they once were. Using age to justify the unwillingness to put forth the effort to change is nothing more than an excuse.
The Lee County School District Board of Trustees will have its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Quadplex at the District Administration Complex at 310 Roland St.
A 28-year-old Sumter man was arrested Wednesday after the Sumter Police Department received information that he has been selling drugs from within his home.
If you live in the city and need help with your water bill, you may soon be in luck.
Today marks a special occasion on the Christian calendar.
Craig Hunt doesn't immediately stand out from the other paramedics with Sumter Emergency Medical Services, until he opens his mouth.
With people hugging, chatting and laughing, it was truly a gathering of friends.
Wearing blue shirts emblazoned with the word "SHOCK," a group of 20 young men ages 17 to 29 graduated Thursday from the Shock Incarceration Program at Wateree River Correctional Institution off S.C. 2
Sumter County's unemployment rate climbed in March as more people returned to the labor force looking for work, the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce reported Friday.
Scott Alfred isn't sure of the wisdom of allowing guns in bars, based on personal experience.
Among the guests at Thursday's graduation ceremony was Sumter Salvation Army Maj. Robby Robbins, who was there to accept the proceeds of a food drive conducted by the newly formed Rotaract Club of the
The latest stage in the Alice Drive road-widening project will cause some drivers a longer commute next week.
Sumter native Rob Crosby will bring two of his friends and fellow singer-songwriters to town Saturday, April 26, when Sumter Opera House presents Rob Crosby & Writers in the Round. Crosby, Brett J
Sumter School District is proposing a 2-mill property tax increase for the 2014-15 school year, according to the draft budget recently presented to the board of trustees.
If you're pinned inside a wrecked car, the last thing you're likely to notice is what kind of rescue tool a firefighter is using to cut you out. But the firefighter operating that tool likely will not
Gary Dargan was sentenced Thursday to life in prison plus five years that will run concurrent as the jury found him guilty of murder in the 2012 shooting death of Mario Carrbarus Scott after four days
Sumter County Council got its first look at next year's budget on Thursday, the beginning of a two-month process of closing a projected $900,000 gap between incoming revenue and county expenses. But c