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Woody Simon is 66 years old, a U. S. Marine Corps veteran and he’s homeless. He joined the marines in 1973 and has always been proud to be one of the few. He says, “I would always watch the Marine Corps commercials and I wanted to be a Marine, so I enlisted what they offered is what I wanted. ”Simon's father is a World War II veteran and his son served in the Army, according for three generations of service. Yet, somewhere along…

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Washingtonians are at risk of experiencing an election night just as demoralizing and disappointing as 2016.
On October 17, Donald Trump told the Associated Press that “Honestly, [the 2018 campaign] feels very much like it did in ’16.”
Judging by how the media has covered the historic I-1631 climate change initiative campaign in Washington State, we fear he may be proven right – if Washington voters don’t quickly mobilize.
Just like in 2016, the…

From Florida to Washington, a new generation of progressive candidates and social movements are closing the democratic deficit on climate change.

The Annual Commander's Breakfast featured updates and information about Shaw AFB given by the Wing Commander, Col. Derek J. O’Malley. The event was presented...

Since it was established in 1986 as a central part of the Cultural Center, Patriot Hall has been a beloved staple in Sumter, SC. Our beautiful event spaces are the perfect backdrop for elaborate productions, weddings, and events. Contact 803.436.2260

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Dr. Ingram and the staff at Sumter Family Medicine are committed to promoting the health of our patients by providing the highest quality medical care and by encouraging our patients to be pro-active in their own health management.

Thanks to the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce for helping with the Sept. 18, 2018 ribbon cutting for our new Public Safety Complex, and new headquarters f...

Suburban Propane encourages and supports employees to further their education and to acquire additional knowledge and skills to prepare themselves for expanded opportunities and responsibilities within the Company. Through Suburban Propane's Tuition Assistance Program, we provide full or partial payment/reimbursement of eligible tuition expenses associated with pre-approved courses at an approved and accredited university. Employees can strive to achieve an Associate's, Bachelor's, and even a Master's…

A paper concludes that forgetting things is not just normal, it actually makes us smarter. The researchers say the goal of memory is to optimize intelligent decision-making by holding on to what's important and letting go of what's not.

It's possible to manage a fast food meal so that nutrition is maintained, family time is protected and children don't feel cheated of a fun dining experience.

Supporting student military members at the University of South Carolina Sumter just got easier thanks to a gift from Sumter Utilities.

Photos 1, 2, 3 Dillon Park on July 31, 2018 Photos 4, 5, 6 Lafayette Diamond, an original P4P project, saw land being cleared on June 20, 2018Photos 7, 8, 9 Killdee Drive on July 17, 2018Photo 10 Killdee Drive on Aug. 1, 2018Photos 11 15 Peacock Drive on Aug.

TriSumter starts with a 300 yard pool swim in the outdoor heated pool at the City of Sumter Aquatics Center. It will be a stagger start with one person starting every ve seconds. There will be a 17 mile bike course and a 5K running course that will travel throughout the Sumter area. All of the events will start and end at the City of Sumter Aquatics Center. Registration is open now!

Suburban Propane CEO Michael Stivala on how China’s 25 percent tariff on U.S. fuel will impact his propane business and why the tariff is causing volatility to the energy sector.

Business After Hours at Gardens at Sumter Affinity Living Group, an assisted living, memory care, and short-term stay care facility! We enjoyed visiting with...

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders apologizes after falsely claiming that Trump has done more to create jobs for black Americans than former President Obama.