Overturned truck causing detour on US378 near Lake City
LAKE CITY, SC An overturned truck on US 378 is expected to cause a detour for the next three hours, according to information from the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Lake City man faces drug trafficking charges
Hasean Blue, 38, of Moore Street was arrested by Investigators with the Florence County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, April 8. Blue was charged with distribution of cocaine base, trafficking in crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and distribution of cocaine.
The Kingstree News
Helen Johnson, Kingstree
Funeral services, conducted by Bishop Amos Major, were held Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at the No.
Post and Courier
Smythe named director of Wings program
Wings for kids, an after school program that teaches social emotional learning, has named Eleanor Smythe its new South Carolina executive director.
The Moultrie News
ArtFields returns April 25
Artists and art lovers will descend on Lake City, S.C. once again April 25 - May 4 for the second annual ArtFields, a celebration of Southeastern art.
The Island Packet
Will lawmaker's religious amendments derail Columbian mammoth?
The Columbian mammoth survived an ice age, but whether it can survive the South Carolina Senate as the state’s official fossil remains to be seen.
Lake City job fair set for March 26
A job fair will be held in Lake City on Wednesday, March 26, according to Pee Dee Region Recruiter Zach Nickerson.
South Carolina man sentenced to six years in prison for tobacco scheme in Akwesasne
A South Carolina man was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court, Syracuse, to six years in federal prison for participating in a conspiracy to manufacture 500 million untaxed cigarettes on the Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation and then smuggle them into Canada.
The Island Packet
SC's Lake City garden tour at Moore Farms
The two-day event begins Friday at the 50-acre garden, which opens for tours both days at 8:30 a.m. A $10 per person fee is being charged.
Fort Mill Times
SC Dem Rep. Lester Branham: time to step aside
The Morning News of Florence reported Wednesday that the 81-year-old minister says he has loved every moment of representing the people of southern Florence County and western Marion County.