Tuesday Dec 3
Victim in fatal shooting in Florence identified
A man was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound outside a house on Aline Street in Florence, and authorities say they are actively looking for suspects.
Tuesday Dec 3
Great Bend Tribune
Gerald Wesley "Jerry" Alexander
Gerald Wesley "Jerry" Alexander, 69, died Dec. 2 at his home in Albert. He was born Dec. 21, 1943 at Florence County, S. C., the son of Jesse Clifton and Mavie Edna Alexander.
The Miami Herald
Hunter-Kinard-Tyler wins 1st state title
Jarius Jenkins rushed for 213 yards and four touchdowns as Hunter-Kinard-Tyler defeated 26-8 on Friday to win the South Carolina Class A Division II championship, the school's first ever state title.
Extra Point Scoreboard: Postseason Week 3
It's the third week of postseason play for high schools in the Grand Strand and Pee Dee.
Bouncers arrested in Florence face additional charges
The Florence County Sheriff's Office says the five men arrested earlier this week for a November 10th assault at Treasure City Night Club now face additional charges.
Florence water plant provides clean water for Pee Dee
Water's a topic of heated debate in Florence County, especially when it comes to clean water.
Rock Hill Herald
High school football playoff pairings for Nov. 15
Upper State: McCormick at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler ; Ridge Spring-Monetta at Great Falls .
The Greenville News
Wedding: Abbie Holliday & Caleb Jordan
The 5 o'clock ceremony was officiated by Reverend Brendan Harold Mendenhall. A reception followed at RiverOaks Charleston.
Drug team seizes gun, cocaine, pot from Timmonsville home
Perry Deyon Gilyard, 36, was booked into the Florence County Detention Center on Nov.7 and released less than 21 hours later.
Run-off election for Timmonsville Mayor set for Nov. 19
The director of the Florence Election Commission confirmed that there will be a runoff for the Town of Timmonsville mayor.
Fort Mill Times
Timmonsville approves money again for police
The Morning News of Florence reports that the town council on Wednesday approved spending more than $62,000 in its 2014 budget to operate a three-member force.
Timmonsville budgets money to restore police department
Town administrator Mary Bines says they are currently taking applications to hire the officers and hope to have them in place by the end of the year.