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Summerton man, 78, arrested on voyeurism charge

SUMMERTON - A 78-year-old Summerton man was arrested on March 8 for allegedly placing a fake smoke detector containing a camera inside a neighbor's home. Austin Edwin Floyd was charged with one count of first-degree burglary and one count of … more

5 arrested in connection to Manning, Summerton catalytic converter thefts

MANNING - The Clarendon County Sheriff's Office arrested five people who were suspected to be involved in the theft of catalytic converters in the Manning and Summerton areas in February and March. Stephen A. Dellinger, 41, was arrested on March … more

Black Scenic River plan is complete

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with local citizens serving on the Black Scenic River Advisory Council, recently completed the Black Scenic River Management Plan, which is now available to the public.A … more

Clarendon 2 schools offer 5 days in-person instruction in April

Clarendon School District 2 will offer five days of in-person instruction starting on April 12, Superintendent Shawn Johnson said in a news release Tuesday. "We appreciate the support you've shown as we navigated these uncharted territories," … more

FEMA prepares to offer COVID-19 funeral assistance

CLARENDON COUNTY - The Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering families help in paying for funeral costs for loved ones who died from COVID-19. Under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 and the … more

Clarendon Pilot Club members attend state leadership conference

MANNING - Members of the Clarendon Pilot Club participated in a statewide Leadership Conference that was held in Columbia earlier this year. Kathy Geddings, president of the Clarendon Pilot Club, along with members Pat DuBose and Diane Thames, … more

Manning Farm Store and More lives up to its name

MANNING - Supplying sustainable organic or naturally grown produce that's ready for the table is the focus of one of Clarendon County's newest businesses, The Manning Farm Store and More, 200 S. Mill St. When Mike Bellinger opened The Manning … more

Gypsy gets along well with other cats; she is waiting for you at Second Chance Animal Shelter

Gypsy is a 2-year-old, brown tabby, female domestic shorthair cat. She is up to date on all vaccinations, spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDS. She enjoys attention and is very friendly. Gypsy gets along with other cats. She would … more

Clarendon briefs for March 26, 2021: Think Pink breakfast, face masks and more

Think Pink Community Prayer Breakfast in Turbeville April 9 TURBEVILLE - The Clarendon County Sheriff's Office in partnership with Amedisys and HopeHealth is sponsoring a Think Pink Community Prayer Breakfast Drive-Thru from 8 to 10 a.m. April 9 … more

Second Chance Animal Shelter's Phoebe is a great indoor cat

Phoebe is a 4-year-old, tortoiseshell, female domestic longhair cat. Phoebe is up to date on all of her vaccinations, spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDS. Since coming to the shelter, she stays more to herself. However, once she … more

Lawrence Wade McLeod Nov. 13, 1952 - March 20, 2021: Remembered as a Southern gentleman, public servant

PAXVILLE - Fine Southern gentleman, true public servant, family man, confidant, mentor and man of faith are just a few of the words friends and associates used to describe Paxville Mayor Wade McLeod, who passed away March 20 at the age of 68. "It … more

S.C. to set record with 3.2M trees planted; Sumter, Lee, Clarendon counties participating in POWERPLANTSC project

COLUMBIA — Global expedition leader and S.C. Floodwater Commission Chairman Tom Mullikin is on track to setting yet another record: This one — a project dubbed POWERPLANTSC — will … more

31-year-old Alcolu man killed in single-vehicle wreck

ALCOLU – A 31-year old Alcolu man was killed in a single-vehicle wreck about 5:15 a.m. Sunday on Plowden Mill Road. “The deceased is Wesley Allante Brown of Alcolu,” said … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: Friday, March 19, 2021

Manning extends Face Mask Ordinance to May 16 MANNING - Manning City Council voted to extend the city's Face Mask Ordinance an additional 60 days until May 16 at its March 15 meeting. The ordinance mandates that everyone must wear facial … more

Guardian ad litem program hosts free training for Clarendon County volunteers in April

MANNING - Clarendon County residents who wish to become children's advocates can now sign up for a training program to become a guardian ad litem starting in April. The Cass Elias McCarter Guardian ad Litem program, a division of the state's … more

Johnsons relay consolidation updates to Clarendon 2 board

Clarendon School District 2 Board of Trustees voted at Tuesday's meeting to approve a lease agreement for a condo in Manning that would be available to any staff or employee of the school district who needs available housing. Board members … more

Voting now open for Sumter Item's Best of Clarendon 2021 contest

The nominations are in, and that means it's now your time to cast your vote. The public can now vote daily for Best of Clarendon 2021, The Sumter Item's annual reader's choice contest that last year brought in more than 75,000 votes. Vote … more

Sen. Johnson says full Clarendon consolidation was the plan all along

Before school board members got into their regular meeting, the Clarendon County Legislative Delegation presented an update on the consolidation plans for Clarendon School District 4 this July. State Sen. Kevin Johnson, D-Manning, and Reps. … more

Clarendon County Sheriff's Office holds breast cancer awareness breakfast as drive-through event

Clarendon County deputies managed to brighten up residents' mornings with their annual prayer breakfast with a noticeably different approach this year. The Clarendon County Sheriff's Office partnered with Amedisys Hospice to host the 10th-annual … more

Clarendon 4 board to discuss consolidation at community meeting

After a school board meeting earlier this week, Clarendon School District 4's Board of Trustees is now holding its quarterly community meeting on Thursday, March 18, at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The board will discuss several items, including introducing … more
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