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In 1947 Peter Marshall, the U.S. Senate chaplain, summarized the challenge before America and the World's democracies by saying: "The choice before us is plain:... [Read More]
Mr. John Colon "J.C." Brown, 84, died August 2, 2020. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at 11 AM in the... [Read More]
The family of John Drake, in consideration of the current health crisis, has decided to hold a funeral service for their loved one limited to... [Read More]
Margaret Blackmon Yarborough, 93, died, Friday, July 31, 2020, at McLeod Hospice House, after an illness.Mrs. Yarborough was born July 15, 1927, in Florence County,... [Read More]
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced 1,110 new confirmed cases and 1 new probable case of the novel coronavirus... [Read More]
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It was not the way Florence coach Derick Urquhart envisioned his team entering the S.C. American League playoffs. [Read More]
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Isaias, be it tropical storm or hurricane, is now heading toward the Carolina coast and is expected to arrive Monday evening. [Read More]
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Must we open or close schools? [Read More]
One of Planned Parenthood's largest abortion affiliates has finally disavowed Planned Parenthood's founder for "her racist legacy" and her "connections to the eugenics movement." However,... [Read More]
Believe it or not it is August and time to start planting your fall vegetables. It may be hotter than the sun-hot McBee sand to... [Read More]
Marlene Cook, 83, of Darlington went to be with the Lord on Friday, July 31, 2020. Mrs. Cook was born on July 15, 1937 to... [Read More]
Dr. Al Boyce Harley, Jr. of Florence, passed away Friday, July 31, 2020, at his residence surrounded by his family.Dr. Harley was born in Sylvania,... [Read More]
In the same Saturday evening National Hurricane Center briefing that downgraded Isaias to a tropical storm tropical storm warnings were posted for the Lowcountry. [Read More]
Some people thought life would be back to normal by now, but instead, South Carolina is facing increasing rates of coronavirus. [Read More]
It is troubling that patients with strokes, heart attacks and other emergent heath issues have not been seeking heath care due to concerns of COVID-19. [Read More]
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Saturday announced 1,491 new confirmed cases and seven new probable cases of the novel coronavirus... [Read More]
Monday's 3-2 loss to Sumter ended up stinging Florence Post 1 in more ways than one. [Read More]
The forecast track for Hurricane Isaias continues to hug the coast but the latest projections have the storm now arriving off the South Carolina coast... [Read More]
Read through the obituaries published today in SCNOW. [Read More]
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