FLORENCE, S.C. — The Florence County Board of Voter Registration and Elections office is open for business once again.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The Florence City Council is expected to consider extending its face mask ordinance Monday afternoon.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Florence residents seeking to shop at the new Save-A-Lot may not have to wait much longer.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Florence County Councilman Frank J. "Buddy" Brand II issued a challenge Monday to the Florence City Council.
FLORENCE, S.C. — A candidate running for Florence City Council has been charged with driving under the influence. Robby Hill was booked into the Florence County Detention Center Thursday morning according to records of the sheriff's office. He was released Thursday afternoon on a $2,000 surety bond.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The Florence City Council is expected to hear from community members concerned about the city's efforts to remove the Black Lives Matter mural in front of the Pearl Moore Basketball Center. On the agenda for the 1 p.m. Monday meeting of the Florence City Council is a public appearance by unspecified community members to discuss the mural.
FLORENCE, S.C. — There will be a Democratic primary in the race to fill newly elected Florence Mayor Teresa Myers Ervin's seat on the city council. Darryl W. Mitchell filed to run for the Democratic nomination in the city council district 1 special election Thursday according to records of the South Carolina Election Commission.
FLORENCE, S.C. — A second former Florence City Councilman is seeking the Republican nomination in the city council district 3 special election. Robby Hill, who served in an at-large seat on the council from 2012 to 2016, announced his campaign for the nomination Friday afternoon at Lula's Coffee House.
As candidates, we all make promises and lay out plans for the city should the voters put their faith in us and vote to elect us to the Florence City Council. In terms of District 3, I have declared my candidacy, and having been a former city councilman, I know that while we have accomplished so much as a city, there is still much work to do.
FLORENCE, S.C. — LaShonda NeSmith Jackson danaced her way into the Florence City Council election Monday afternoon. NeSmith Jackson danced to the music provided by Tirek "Uncle Buddah" Robinson before she announced her campaign for City Council District 1 at Northwest Park.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Teresa Myers Ervin officially became the 23rd person to hold the title mayor of Florence Thursday evening. Myers Ervin was sworn into office Thursday evening during a ceremony held at the Florence City Center.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Steve Byrd is joining the race for Florence City Council. Byrd confirmed Tuesday evening that he would be filing to run in the Republican primary for City Council District 3.
FLORENCE, S.C. — John Sweeney has joined the race for Florence City Council District 3.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Former mayoral candidate Bryan Braddock will again be seeking a seat on the Florence City Council.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The city of Florence is considering extending its face mask requirement for another 60 days.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Glynn Willis plans to run for another seat on the Florence City Council. Willis told the Morning News on Wednesday that he would be filing to run for the Council District 3 seat being vacated by Mayor Pro Tempore Frank J. "Buddy" Brand II.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The city of Florence will be governed by a majority African American city council.
FLORENCE, S.C. — As the next mayor of Florence, Florence City Councilwoman Teresa Myers Ervin is the first female and first African American elected to the position.
FLORENCE, S.C. – Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the general election.
LAKE CITY, S.C. — More homes and businesses near Lake City will soon have access to public water. The United States Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday morning that it would be investing $891 million into 220 rural water infrastructure projects in 43 states. Among the projects is the expansion of the Barrineau Public Utilities Company to serve areas including a portion of southern Florence County to the west of Lake City.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Suzanne La Rochelle said she cried Wednesday when she learned of plan to removal the Black Lives Matter mural in front of the Pearl Moore Basketball Center. Florence Mayor Stephen J. Wukela confirmed Thursday afternoon that the city would would be removing the mural.