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WMBF News went 'In Your Community' of Florence with in-depth reports

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - WMBF News went 'In Your Community,' with our reporters bringing you special, in-depth reports on Florence on Wednesday, March 26 in a segment sponsored by the Carolinas Hospital System.

We broadcasted live from Florence all day with stories from the Florence area. 

We also broadcasted live from the WMBF News-sponsored blood drives at the Magnolia Mall in Florence and the Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach. Generous donors lined up all day, bringing in over 170 pints of blood total, enough to save over 430 lives! Read more about the blood drives here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/25084912/generous-donors-line-up-for-wmbf-news-red-cross-blood-drives

For our 'In Your Community' segments, we got to know Florence Police Chief Heidlertalked to Florence Mayor Wukela about his progress and goals, learned about the storied history of Florencetook a tour of the city's impressive hospital systemslearned more about the past, present and future of Downtown Florence, and appreciated the incredible legacy of the Florence National Cemetery.

Find all these stories in one place here: http://bit.ly/1jPHzXc 

Thanks to the Carolinas Hospital System for their sponsorship of 'In Your Community'!

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