After suffering two floods in three years, the town of Nichols is racing the clock to prevent another catastrophe. Leaders are working with the Pee Dee Regional Council of Governments to develop a comprehensive plan for the town’s future.Read More
The town of Nichols in Marion County, South Carolina, is still recovering from flooding in 2016 and 2018. Now, as the town works to secure grants to rebuild, leaders are determined to prevent devastation from future floods or hurricanes.Read More
After enduring rising waters and harrowing rescues in two separate hurricanes, residents and business owners in this small Pee Dee town are working hard to ensue they are not flooded a third time.Read More
River’s Edge Retreat takes on flooding.Read More
The Old Mill is back in business. Tenants of the Old Mill in Lexington were greatly affected by the 2015 Flood. Three years later, they are still working to get things back to how they used to be.Read More
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Governor Henry McMaster has lifted the "last call" rule on SC restaurant alcohol sales. This means that restaurants will be able to serve alcohol after 11PM starting Monday.
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