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Announcement from City of Florence Regarding Water Service

on Monday, 05 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

The purpose of this press release is to confirm to residents on the city’s water system that there is no truth to rumors regarding the City of Florence cutting off water service.

CityWide Prayer Gathering is rescheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7pm

on Monday, 05 October 2015. Posted in News, Faith

Due to the unsafe conditions, tonight’s CityWide Prayer Gathering is rescheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7pm. Church At Sandhurst.

Honda of South Carolina Flooding Closures

on Monday, 05 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

HSC & SEE will cancel operations for all Associates on first shift. HSC & SEE is currently scheduled to resume normal 2nd shift operations.

SCDOT Closes 70 Miles of I-95 Due to Record Flooding

on Sunday, 04 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has closed a 70-mile section of I-95 between the I-20 and I-26 interchanges.

Road closings in Florence Count

on Sunday, 04 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

Residents are urged to stay at home and off the roadways because of the hazardous weather conditions. Two inches to five inches of additional rainfall are possible over the next 24 hours.

Florence County opens shelters because of flooding

on Sunday, 04 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

The American Red Cross has opened up three shelters in Florence County for those affected by heavy and flooding, according to reports from WPDE TV. The shelters are located at:

School closings for Monday, Oct. 5

on Sunday, 04 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

Due to weather conditions, all schools and offices in Florence School District 1 will be closed on Monday, Oct. 5.

City of Florence Response to Flood Event in South Carolina

on Sunday, 04 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

Mayor Stephen J. Wukela announced this morning, Oct. 4, that while the City of Florence has received a substantial amount of rainfall in recent days, the City systems are currently stable and operational. Nevertheless, the Mayor announced that city staff

AAA URGES CAROLINIANS TO PREPARE FOR SEVERE FLOODING FROM HURRICANE JOAQUIN

on Friday, 02 October 2015. Posted in News, Local News

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Oct. 1, 2015) With heavy rain and flooding expected over the next several days, AAA Carolinas is urging motorists to adhere to local authorities on weather warnings and instructions.

Public hearing on issues impacting the lives of South Carolina's children

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News, Local News

A public hearing on issues impacting the lives of South Carolina's children will be held in Florence on Oct. 6, at 5 p.m. in the Fred C. Fore Auditorium of Florence-Darlington Tech, 2715 West Lucas Street. The hearing is being held by the Joint Citiz

PDRTA reduces bus route 6

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News, Local News

Service on PDRTA Bus Route 6 serving South Florence was reduced Monday to two trips each weekday from the current nine trips.

Patriots Point searching for Korean War Veterans who served in the Battle of Chosin Reservoir

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News

MOUNT PLEASANT – The Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum is searching for local veterans who served in the Korean War Battle of Chosin Reservoir to participate a symposium on Dec. 3.

Training for school volunteers

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News, Education

Florence School District One will offer training for volunteers on Tuesday, Oct. 27 and Saturday Oct. 31

Fireball Run rolls into town with block party downtown

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News, Local News

Florence is one of eight East Coast cities hosting the Fireball Run, a life-sized trivia game and adventure show, in its ninth season.

SC worst in nation

on Wednesday, 30 September 2015. Posted in News

South Carolina has again ranked worst in the nation for deadly violence against women. A report by the Violence Policy Center ranks South Carolina first for women murdered by men.
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