DDRA awards two incentive grants

Despite the turmoil of the COVID-19 outbreak, businesses are still working hard in Darlington. The Darlington Downtown Revitalization Association recognized two of them today,...

South Carolina AME churches cancels in-person activities over Coronavirus concerns

The Seventh Episcopal District of the AME Church has canceled in-person church actives effective immediately through March 31 to members at the forefront of our...
Corona virus

Top 11 Misconceptions Many African Americans Have About Coronavirus

Coronavirus, also known scientifically as COVID-19, has been a global nightmare. One by one, the virus has infiltrated nearly every country and about 10%...

Duke Energy implements additional steps to protect customers and employees during virus pandemic

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy has implemented additional steps to protect its customers and employees in the six states it serves during the COVID-19...
McLeod Nurse

McLeod Nurse Receives February DAISY Award

(Florence, SC, March 16, 2020) – Brooke Holloman, a staff nurse on the Surgery II floor, was recently named the February DAISY Award Recipient...
Tim Scott

Scott Votes For Billions To Battle Coronavirus

Washington – U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) released the statement below after voting for more than $8 billion in emergency funding to combat COVID-19, also...

DHEC Seeking Help To Get High-Risk Groups Vaccinated To Curb S.C.’s Hepatitis A Outbreak...

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The hepatitis A outbreak in South Carolina is driven by infections among people in high-risk groups, and the S.C. Department of...

Meet Kendrea Moore Health Column Writer For The Community Times

Kendrea Moore is a registered nurse in Florence, SC. A recent (2019) Family Nurse Practitioner graduate from South University, she is the founder of...

Millennium Toastmasters is devoted to helping people

Millennium Toastmasters is devoted to helping people improve their oral communication and leadership skills through a supportive and positive learning environment. Members follow a...

SC State University awarded $6.2 million for new, advanced cancer research center

ORANGEBURG, S.C. – SC State University was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $6.2 million by the National Cancer Institute, to establish the...

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