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For Sumter youth, the summer is quickly coming to an end and preparation for the 2014-15 school year has started. United Ministries of Sumter County is doing its part to prepare students for the first
Youth Academy is thriving with the help of AmeriCorps. The organization's second team of volunteers came to Sumter late last week and jumped right in, assisting during summer camp and making plans to
The common confusion about the main entrance to Wilson Hall may be eradicated by the time fall semester rolls around and the doors reopen to students.
A local animal shelter wants to expand and continue helping animals.
The City of Sumter will be replacing the water line along Calhoun Street, from Washington Street to Commerce Street. This work is scheduled to begin on Monday and to be completed within 90 days.
The local transit system is disproving the old adage "there is no such thing as a free ride," and customers like it.
Marco's Pizza restaurant chain, operated by Marco's Franchising LLC, will be opening a new franchised location at 1102 Broad St. The restaurant will be in the former Buster's building next to the Bask
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one in a series of stories examining the proposed projects for a renewed penny sales tax, which Sumter County voters will be asked to approve in November. Money raised by the ta
The new chief of staff at U.S. Army Central will be coming to Shaw Air Force Base straight from Afghanistan.
A Dalzell man was taken into custody after reportedly drawing a pistol on a police officer who was conducting routine checks on Tuesday.
Someone still hasn't quite had his fill of nicotine.
Tim Scott might be a U.S. senator, but he's not yet a known quantity as a statewide politician.
Authorities are looking for a Sumter woman wanted in connection with the theft of an estimated $40,000 in jewelry.
Morris College's Upward Bound students participated in the program's Enrichment Expo on Thursday morning, where students shared with their instructors, counselors, director and peers the skills and kn
If you're driving down U.S. 378 with a low gas gauge this morning, you could find yourself on the end of a little divine intervention.
BISHOPVILLE - Lee State Park is offering a park ranger-led fishing clinic from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 19. This program, geared toward children and families, is an introduction to fishing. Ther
Many residents, especially those with children, take a keen interest in the people around them, and in their research, they've definitely taken a look at a few maps. Most iconic among the many symbols
Mayesville residents will soon have a new space to learn, meet and engage with their community.
MANNING - A man who allegedly demanded sex while threatening a woman with a knife is in Clarendon County Detention Center on kidnapping charges.
A Sumter man has been arrested after reportedly throwing a temper tantrum at a local convenience store.