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Five months after they received a request from the Chamber of Commerce, Sumter City Council is scheduled to vote on Sunday alcohol sales.
Alice Drive Middle School Assistant Principal Trevor Ivey was recently selected as a regional finalist for the White House Fellows Program. After going through a rigorous application process, Ivey wil
This time next month, Casey Amato will be in Nicaragua.
Recent research has found a connection between positive emotion and improved health, specifically cardiovascular health. It's not the effect of a change in mood that is the issue, it is the decisions
Officials tried to reassure Rembert residents Thursday their water is safe to drink despite a contamination that necessitates a change in the community's water source.
Sumter's own Kayla Gainey is one of three bioengineering students at Clemson University to come up with a new way for diabetics to test blood sugar. Officials say the new method could make the testing
Abstract painter Ann Hubbard's artistic statement stresses her interest in creating the "relationships between dichotomies (smooth/textured, light/dark, movement/stillness) images that reveal a balanc
Students enrolled in Hennie van Bulck's Strategic Management class at USC Sumter scored higher than any others in the world on their online global business strategy game recently. According to a recen
The Kentucky Derby is coming to downtown Sumter.
Nearly a year ago, the Rev. Larry DuRant, pastor of World International Ministries, was arrested and charged with several counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
The group charged with selecting projects for a renewed penny tax is continuing to narrow down its proposed project list but must still close a multi-million dollar gap between the project proposals a
Low-income residents hoping to find a home may lose one source of help under new federal housing rules.
One of the best ways to learn how to get involved in your community and how to save the environment is to participate.
South Carolina high schools might be facing a major change to requirements for students to receive a high school diploma. The State House of Representatives recently concurred with the amendments the
A 23-year-old man is fortunate to be alive after an Army sergeant placed a tourniquet on his severed right leg after a Thursday morning wreck on U.S. 378.
COLUMBIA - Willie Bethune, a current candidate for state House District 64, has been sentenced to one year in jail after being convicted on 10 counts of Medicaid fraud while providing counseling servi
Tuomey Healthcare System has been ordered to place $70 million into bonds and escrow accounts in order to continue with its appeal of a $237.5 million judgment against it, a federal judge announced Th
I walked into a store the other day where a sign boldly bragged that its wares and materials were purchased fair trade, meaning distributors pay fair wages to producers of products. It's particularly
Detric Porter's heart is in Sumter.
A longtime preacher is bringing new energy to a Sumter church.