FLORENCE, S.C. – The city of Florence and Florence Downtown Development Corp. (FDDC) are the recipients to two 2021 Inspiration Awards from Ma…
FLORENCE, S.C. – Holly Beaumier, the executive director of the Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau, informed the Florence Rotary Club on M…
To Mike Anger in Midland, Michigan, a $100 round-trip airline flight and $260 for five nights at a Las Vegas hotel made it too easy to say yes.
If you’re feeling stir crazy because of months of pandemic-related confinement to your home or hometown, there will be a day soon when travel will feel safe and comfortable again.
Happy January, Hartsville friends! I can hardly believe as I write this, we are concluding the first month of the new year.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The city of Florence could soon be adding more parking downtown. On the agenda for the monthly meeting of the city of Florence's design review board is the application for a certificate of appropriateness to demolish two buildings located at 126 and 130 North Coit St.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The city of Florence's downtown development corporation has been designated as an Affiliate Main Street America program.
I am writing this letter today to the great citizens of Florence and offering the reasons why I support George Jebaily as our next mayor.
FLORENCE, S.C. — The threat of coronavirus wasn’t enough to crush the luck of the Irish Friday evening as people took to the streets of downto…
By Natalie Zeigler
FLORENCE, S.C. — When he looks back at his time as mayor, Stephen J. Wukela looks to the building and development of relationships between the…
A Hartsville holiday tradition continued Saturday as residents lined the streets of downtown for the Hartsville Christmas Parade.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. — A series of downtown events is planned to help Hartsville residents celebrate the season.
I don't like the idea of tiny homes for the homeless going into the downtown, because we're trying to build the downtown up. When you put homeless people into the downtown, you drive down property values.
With November quickly approaching, it is time to start thinking about all of the holiday festivities ahead. The city of Hartsville has been bu…
FLORENCE, S.C. — A zombie horde shambled from the Drs. Bruce & Lee Foundation Library Friday night in the never-ending quest for brains — and a good time — at the final Florence After Five of the season.