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    PAMPLICO, S.C. – Residents and people who use the Town of Pamplico’s water system are being advised to boil their water for a least one minute before drinking or cooking with it.

      HEMINGWAY, S.C. – Changes are coming to the Hemingway Town Council. Two members of the council were defeated in this week's election, and two other candidates will be in a runoff for another council seat.

      FLORENCE, S.C. — The Florence County Council will vote on the second reading of an ordinance to create an incentive package for a company known only as Project Gemini and one to approve a multicounty agreement to include property in Florence County in the Florence County-Marion County indust…

      As the holiday season approaches, we often find ourselves under a lot of stress. There are many sources for these stressors that I won’t begin to list because the list could go on indefinitely.

      DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. (AP) — Damages are estimated at more than $481 million in a central Florida coastal county where homes collapsed into the Atlantic Ocean following Hurricane Nicole last week. The damages from the category 1 storm in Volusia County, home to Daytona Beach, exceeded those from the much stronger Hurricane Ian, which caused $377 million in the county. Hurricane Ian, a category 4 storm, made landfall in southwest Florida in late September and tore across the state. Volusia County officials say severe beach erosion from Ian made homes vulnerable to the impact of Nicole in Wilbur-by-the Sea, a quaint beach community where single-family homes fell into the ocean last week.

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      FLORENCE, S.C. — The Florence County Council will vote on the second reading of an ordinance to create an incentive package for a company known only as Project Gemini and one to approve a multicounty agreement to include property in Florence County in the Florence County-Marion County indust…

      FLORENCE, S.C. — Newly elected and reelected members of the Florence City Council will take the oath of office at 6 p.m. Monday in the City Council chambers at the City Center, 324 W. Evans St.

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