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JOHNSONVILLE, S.C. – Residents of Pamplico and Johnsonville may soon begin to see Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority buses again. Don Strickland, executive director of the authority, told the Johnsonville City Council Tuesday evening that the authority was looking for commitments from partners to partially fund a bus line that would run from Florence to Johnsonville. David Mace, downtown development director for the city, said the line would run via Pamplico three times per day. 

DARLINGTON, S.C. –  The Darlington County's reopening will continue Tuesday. Marion Charles Stewart III, Darlington County administrator, told the Darlington County Council Monday evening that Scott Suggs, clerk of court, plans to reopen the county courthouse to the public beginning Tuesday as long as those visiting agree to wear masks and maintain social distancing. 

FLORENCE, S.C. – The settlement ending the Volkswagen emissions control scandal is paying off for the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority. South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced Tuesday morning that the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority had been awarded nearly $295,500 by the South Carolina Department of Insurance for the authority's first two electric transit buses and charging infrastructure for them. 

FLORENCE, S.C. – The board of the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority honored the late Florence City Councilman Ed Robinson on Thursday by presenting to his widow, Erica Robinson, a plaque engraved with the resolution adopted by board members at their October meeting.

MARION, S.C. – On behalf of the iMpact Marion County committee and local municipalities, Bishop Michael Blue and Ogleretta White recently presented $5,000 to the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority. The money was raised through the Thanks for the Ride benefit banquet.

FLORENCE, S.C. -- South side bus riders will soon need to find a new ride.

The Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority announced Tuesday that Route 6, which serves south Florence, will cease operations on Sept. 25 because county funding has dried up.

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