As we enter what feels like the 89th month of this pandemic, we cannot help but notice the ton of information being splattered across all forms of media.
I love summer produce! Actually, I am a big fan of produce year-round, but there are certainly a few things that grow in the summer locally that make my heart happy.
For the past few years, I have been using July as a sort of gauge to see how well you have lived in the first half of the year.
While thinking of current health care problems affecting today’s men, I could think of no better topic than what is affecting black men in our current environment.
I still cannot find any Clorox wipes.
If you have a high school athlete in your household, you might be wondering when they can start back with athletic activities.
Have you found yourself slouching more while working from home? Have you started having more back or neck pain since you started working from home?
FLORENCE, S.C. -- Images of the COVID-19 situation Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in and around Florence. It's the flowers, birds and more edition.
I try not to go to the store until I absolutely have to. Before we started with all of these pandemic changes, I didn’t go to the store that often anyway. I like to make my list and make one trip.
If you are like many of us these days, you are in the kitchen a lot. Maybe more than you want to be.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, most people are now stuck working from home, while gyms and fitness studios are closing their doors to promote social distancing and help decrease the spread of the virus.
Carolina and Davey are just two of the pets available for adoption at the Darlington County Animal Shelter operated by the Darlington County Humane Society.
November has arrived and many will be delighted to know November is Picture Book Month. Big deal, right? Well, if you have little ones or have ever been around them, you may have an inkling as to the importance of picture books in the life of a child. Consider this, a parent reads a story (s…
To finish up Breast Cancer Awareness month, I thought we could take a closer look at some of the tests that might be ordered. I think most of us have heard about the dreaded crushing of the breast in the mammogram. Having a better understanding of all the tests and when or why they would be …
Coker University’s Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery presents a mixed media exhibit titled “Act of God” by Orangeburg, South Carolina, artist, Katy Mixon. The exhibition opened Monday and will run through Friday, Nov. 15.
Caroline Carter, director of student activities and leadership at Coker University, recently won Coker University’s Extraordinary Service Award.
Hundreds of Pee Dee residents will make their way to CareSouth Carolina’s Hartsville office (1268 South Fourth St., Hartsville) for the annual Fall Festival on Saturday.
Downtown Hartsville will be taken over by mummies, bats, princesses, pirates, ghosts and superheroes walking the streets and looking for treats at downtown shops, restaurants, and businesses when Main Street Hartsville hosts its annual Treats on the Streets event on Thursday from 4:30-6:30 p.m.