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FLORENCE, S.C. – Congressman Tom Rice told several Pee Dee area residents Wednesday that if he had to vote again tomorrow, he would vote to impeach former president Donald Trump. One of the last questions at the coffee with the Congressman event Rice hosted Wednesday afternoon was a Florence area resident told Rice that he would not be voting for him in 2022 even if the former president campaigned for him. 

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An 88-year-old woman in Ohio broke down in tears as her son hugged her for the first time in a year. Nursing home residents and staff in California sang “Over the Rainbow” as they resumed group activities and allowed visitors back in. A 5-year-old dove into the lap of her 94-year-old great-great-aunt for a long embrace in Rhode Island.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Beginning Friday, all nursing homes and assisted living facilities in South Carolina are required to offer outdoor and/or indoor visitation, with few exceptions, based on new guidelines released by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- After several days of low numbers South Carolina's number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 Wednesday jumped to 733 cases with another 228 probable cases, 38 confirmed deaths and 14 probable deaths.

TIMMONSVILLE, S.C. – Timmonsville's mayor says that the residents of Florence School District 4 did not believe South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman ever had any intention of keeping the town's high school open. Darrick Jackson said the district's residents felt bullied, victimized and backed into a corner and are angry about the superintendent's decision to close Timmonsville High School. 

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – A change in the settings reportedly caused the sirens surrounding the H.B. Robinson nuclear plant to sound on Feb. 9. A Duke Energy spokesman said Tuesday afternoon that a setting was changed as new software for the siren system was being installed which caused an automatic test of the sirens at around 8 a.m. on Feb. 9. 

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