Coastal Carolina University is planning to hold two in-person commencement ceremonies in December, one for students graduating this fall and one for students who graduated in virtual ceremonies during the 2020 spring and summer semesters.
Francis Marion University took the first steps to establishing new graduate programs in occupational and physical therapy at its regular Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday. The board unanimously passed a resolution authorizing the University to amend its official mission statement so that…
Francis Marion University President Dr. Fred Carter praised the student body’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic during remarks at Thursday’s FMU Board of Trustees meeting.
Sumter, SC — After a nationwide search, the Central Carolina Technical College Area Commission has chosen Dr. Kevin Pollock as the next leader of Central Carolina Technical College effective January 4, 2021.
It is with gratitude that the Florence County Museum announces a contribution from the Eastern Carolina Community Foundation Blackwell-Ervin Family Fund.
Darlington, SC- Trinity Collegiate plans 4.4 million campus expansion.Trinity Collegiate School plans to break ground this coming spring on a 4.4 million dollar campus expansion. The plans include an International Student dormitory, an Auxiliary Gymnasium, and an Academic Classroom Building.
Trinity Collegiate senior, Gene Zeigler became the first student athlete at the School to sign a letter of intent to play golf for the University of South Carolina.
Francis Marion University’s School of Business is providing aspiring executives throughout the region with a way to move up the corporate ladder.
Florence, SC - McLeod Health recently expanded its School-Based Telehealth Program (SBTP) to Florence County School District Two – Hannah-Pamplico Elementary/Middle School and Hannah-Pamplico High School.
Thursday afternoon’s event in the Fresh Air Fest concert series at the FMU Performing Arts Center’s amphitheater has been postponed.
Postpartum mental health is a crucial piece of the family mental health landscape. Parental stress and depression can impede parent-child interactions, impacting children’s social-emotional and language development. Untreated maternal depression can increase the risk of child maltreatment as…
FLORENCE, S.C. – More than 130 graduates walked across the stage on Tuesday evening during Florence-Darlington Technical College’s (FDTC) annual Commencement Ceremony at the Florence Center.
The Florence County Museum Board after carefully monitoring the rate of COVID-19 in Florence County, South Carolina and engaging in ongoing discussions with Florence County Administration and Florence Count Emergency Management announced the reopening of the Florence County Museum on Tuesday…
For the second year in a row, the Trinity Collegiate School Competitive Cheer Team, coached by Mrs. Katy McCoy, won the SCISA State Championship. The Titans competed in the 3A Competitive Division II. They had the highest overall score for 1A, 2A, and 3A teams in the competition.
According to new data from the South Carolina Department of Education, the graduation rate for Florence 1 Schools increased by 2.3 percent in the 2019-2020 school year, with West Florence High School and Wilson High School achieving their highest gradation rates ever at 91.6 percent and 86.6…
COLUMBIA, S.C. – The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today offered recommendations for a safer Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Lisa Raison saw her little brother struggling in school, she did not understand why, but she saw that he needed teachers to teach him the way he could learn. It was her first experience in seeing that not all students learn the same way, and this is what guided her to become a special …
November is National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM), a time to "Shine a Light" on issues facing runaway and homeless youth throughout the U.S. The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is hosting a series of national events throughout the month offering educational opportunities to learn more abo…
Sumter, SC — Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 28, residents and visitors can receive free and painless COVID-19 testing at a drive-through testing site at Central Carolina Technical College, 506 N. Guignard Drive, in Sumter.
Sumter, SC – The Area Commission has announced the final four candidates for the college’s next president.