As husband, father and graphic designer, Sean Newell wears many hats. One of those happens to be a brownie beanie. Once a week and on many weekends, Sean leads a group of 15 second and third grade girls as brownie leader for Troop 32. His daughter Cameron
Phil Kornblut, recruiting reporter with the SportsTalk Radio Network, was the guest speaker at the Florence Kiwanis Club luncheon meeting on Feb. 4 at the Florence Country Club. The meeting followed College Football National Signing Day. In introducing
Individuals struggling with sobriety could find help through a research program being conducted with psychology students at Francis Marion University. The FMU study is collecting data on the effectiveness of the Positive Approach to Addictions therapy
The News Journal is grateful to all those who keep us safe! To show our appreciation, we want to provide classified ads at no charge to all law enforcement personnel, firemen, active duty servicemen and women, and our military veterans.
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
Christmas came early for the House of Hope of the Pee Dee. It received a $350,000 gift to establish an emergency shelter to meet the growing needs of homeless men, women and children in the Pee Dee area.
Dr. Dan Guyton was the guest speaker at the Nov. 12 luncheon meeting of the Florence Kiwanis Club. Dr. Guyton’s father’s, the late surgeon Dr. Eugene Guyton, served as a medic during the D-Day Invasion of Normandy in World War II.
The hardships and horrors of a war they endured remain strong memories for two World War II veterans some 70 years later. Weston Patterson and Jim MacMillan, members of “The Greatest Generation,” shared some of their experiences in that great world war.
It’s time for annual Greek Pastry and Food Sale! The ladies of the Transfiguration of Our Savior Greek Orthodox Church will serve up tasty Greek meals and mouthwatering desserts on Nov. 12, 13 and 14 at 2990 S. Cashua Drive.