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WMBF News revisits the top local stories of the year Tuesday

Four children were killed in a fire at a mobile home in Hartsville in April Four children were killed in a fire at a mobile home in Hartsville in April
Three people were killed when a small plane crashed in Conway in August Three people were killed when a small plane crashed in Conway in August

(WMBF NEWS) – All day Tuesday, WMBF news will be revisiting the top five local news stores of 2013. Here are the top stories we have reviewed so far:

Four children killed in mobile home fire in Hartsville

Our first story is about the fire at a home in Hartsville that killed four children on Depot Street back in April. Watch the video above for a recap and reflection on this tragedy.

Read the latest developments in this story here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/22067258/officials-report-multiple-fatalities-after-hartsville-home-fire

See a slideshow of images related to this story here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/slideshow?widgetid=79064

Pilot, two passengers killed in Conway plane crash

In August, a Conway neighborhood was stunned when a plane came crashing down, killing the pilot and two passengers onboard. Watch our staff recap and react to this story in the video above.

Read the complete story here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/23037694/officials-a-plane-has-crashed-in-the-wood-creek-subdivision

See images from the crash scene here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/slideshow?widgetid=86756

Tune in to WMBF News this afternoon and evening as we revisit three more of the biggest news events to happen in our area.

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    A new development originally scrapped last year is back on the table in Socastee, and it could add almost 1,600 new homes.

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    A new development originally scrapped last year is back on the table in Socastee, and it could add almost 1,600 new homes.

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  • Security upgrades coming to Johnsonville schools

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    Florence School District 5 officials recently announced they will spend more than $300,000 in security upgrades at its schools.

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  • Pawleys Island church being moved for repairs

    Pawleys Island church being moved for repairs

    Friday, February 23 2018 8:50 PM EST2018-02-24 01:50:47 GMT
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    The Pawleys Island Chapel is being carefully moved across the street Friday so that repairs can be made on the building’s foundation. The church, which has been in the Pawleys Island community for about 50 years, is being lifted and moved across Myrtle Avenue between the North and South Causeways.

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    The Pawleys Island Chapel is being carefully moved across the street Friday so that repairs can be made on the building’s foundation. The church, which has been in the Pawleys Island community for about 50 years, is being lifted and moved across Myrtle Avenue between the North and South Causeways.

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