At last, Lamar leaping onto high-speed Internet
Dec04

At last, Lamar leaping onto high-speed Internet

A 10-year campaign to bring broadband Internet to the town of Lamar has finally paid off.

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Church News – December 5, 2018

Please send your church news and photos to: editor@newsandpress.net Yahweh Marriage Ministry of Darlington presents a “Night With My Love” on Dec. 8. Doors open at 6 p.m. This is a formal event with dinner served, pictures for the couples and a live band with games and other surprises. Tickets are $50 per couple. This event will be held at Bethel AME Church Fellowship Hall on 1333 S. Main Street, Darlington. For tickets call...

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FEMA leaves county, but help still available

When FEMA closed its Darlington County site for helping Hurricane Florence victims get financial aid, the federal agency called it a “major milestone” in the recovery process.

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Cameras and councils: Can video stifle citizens?

Darlington City Council meets in the courtroom at City Hall.

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USDA loans Coker $500,000 for expansion

Coker College in Hartsville is receiving a $523,300 loan from the USDA to purchase a 3-acre tract next to campus, known as the oil mill property. The college does not have enough parking on campus to accommodate 1,200 students, faculty and visitors. Purchasing this property will provide the college with needed parking space and allow for future expansion. This is one of 41 projects USDA is investing in through the Community Facilities...

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Wells Fargo closing  its Public Square branch
Dec04

Wells Fargo closing its Public Square branch

In a blow to Darlington’s Public Square, Wells Fargo will close its downtown bank branch Feb. 20, the company has confirmed.

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