Florence has a new deputy in town....well sort of. Country Legend Charlie Daniels was honored by Sheriff Kenney Boone during a meet and greet before a show Saturday at the Florence Center. Daniels was presented with a badge and a plaque from the Florence County Sheriff’s Office.
A Pee Dee humane society is asking for help Sunday after a trio of sick puppies has put other animals at risk.The Humane Society of Marlboro County is asking for rescues and donations after three newly rescued puppies were taken rushed to the emergency room suffering from canine parvovirus. The gro
There’s a new tool in Florence County to help protect the lives of first responders. Howe Springs Fire Rescue re-purposed one of its pick-up trucks to create what the department is calling a “Highway Safety Unit.”
The South Carolina Highway Patrol is still investigating a deadly crash Sunday that took the life of an elderly Florida man.Troopers were called to Highway 38 and I-95 around 3:05 p.m. Thursday to investigate a wreck involving a tractor-trailer. According to the Dillon County Coroner 81-year-old Cu
Authorities are thanking quick-witted first responders Saturday after a scary moment avoided a tragic ending.Lumberton Rescue and EMS explained the situation on its Facebook page. Officials say a performer at the Rumba on the Lumber community festival suddenly suffered from cardiac arrest.
School board officials and others in Florence are speaking out about the outcome of Tuesday’s referendum vote after an overwhelming 75 percent of people voted “No” to the $198 million proposal for district-wide school improvements.
A small but vocal group of protesters gathered outside the Florence County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday afternoon to express outrage over what they claim are lies surrounding the alleged use of excessive force during a recent arrest.
In part 3 of a 4 part series on the Move Over Law, we tell you the tragic story of a Lumberton Police Officer who was killed while working a crash scene in December and another story of survival from a Myrtle Beach Officer who has been hit more than once.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education Mitchell Zais will join U.S. Congressman Tom Rice and South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, in Florence.
Jobs and economic development were the topic of discussion among Grand Strand and Pee Dee leaders at the annual Coastal and Pee Dee Economic Development Summit held by Congressman Tom Rice’s office Wednesday.