A small group gathered to celebrate the courtyard of The Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault. The courtyard includes a two-story mural, fountain and benches and made possible through the generous contributions of many. Also, local artist Ellen Bass’ painting of the building…
A happy group celebrated the opening of the Richard L. Treme Public Safety Complex with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The long-awaited facility houses the Fire and Police Departments and was open after the ceremony for guests to tour.
There’s a new sign on the cotton gin located just south of Kingstree. Humphrey Coker Seed Company owners D. Brown and Keith Gill purchased the Tri-Cotton and Gin facility in April and have been busy upgrading the equipment to be more efficient.
It’s all about love. Balloons, banners and blue lights were part of an August 26, convoy that rode passed the Carlyle Senior Center in Kingstree. The “Love” drive-by was organized to honor residential care workers and their residents.
People lined up in front of the Kingstree IGA on July 30, to pay respects to the store's owner, James Tompkins. Tompkins' body was escorted by local law enforcement and fire departments.