The vision of a Children’s Garden at the Darlington Branch of the Darlington County Library System is a step closer to reality with a contribution from Duke Energy. Duke Energy’s Government and Community Relations District Manager, Mindy Taylor, presented
When the cold weather made an appearance last week, Whosoever Church opened its heart and its doors to homeless individuals. Although not set up as a shelter, the little church at 356 North Baroody Street that ministers to street people offers sanctuary f
Florence’s Finest are riding in style as they patrol the city. Last month, City Police officers were assigned 30 shiny new vehicles. The police department was able to replace many old, worn out patrol cars with the Ford Interceptor which was specially
The Trustees of the Florence Museum announce the opening of the 2016 Pee Dee Regional Art Competition. Works by regional artists are on exhibit in the Waters Gallery, 135 South Dargan St., running Jan. 14 thru March 18.
On Monday January 18, the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority initiated a new public bus services that will provide once-a-week transportation to several communities in south Florence and Darlington Counties that have not had bus service in many
As of Jan. 1, free nicotine replacement gum, patches and lozenges are available for callers who enroll for services through the S.C. Tobacco Quitline while supplies last, reports the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Somewhere off the coast of the Carolinas, a large shark is wearing a new bit of high-tech bling. S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) biologists recently deployed a satellite transmitter on a 12-foot, 4-inch female tiger shark in Port Royal Sound.