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Morning News unlocking its front door

Morning News unlocking its front door

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FLORENCE, S.C. — The Morning News will reopen its building to customers and the public on Monday.

The building was closed to non-employees approximately 11 months ago, not long after the coronavirus was first reported in South Carolina.

As was the case before the pandemic, the hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

“We believe it’s time we open back up – safely,” said General Manager Matthew Tranquill, whose first day at the Morning News was Monday.

Visitors must abide by a city of Florence ordinance and wear a mask, and they must abide by social-distancing guidelines, staying 6 feet apart from other people.

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