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Just imagine what it was like when people mostly traveled by rivers. Explorers found a land that had lots of rivers and waterways. Nothing over here but native people and wonderful systems of … more
Junior and senior high school students in South Carolina can participate in Dominion Energy and the South Carolina Department of Education’s (SCDE) fourth annual Strong Men & Women in S.C. … more
As members of the public may know, the State of South Carolina Department of Education declared a Fiscal Watch for Clarendon County School District on February 29, 2024. The declaration seeks to … more

In case you have not noticed, the church is very different today from a few decades ago. So much of what we once called the church that sacred place has disappeared in plain sight. I am not an expert … more
The Duke Energy Foundation is launching the third year of its $500,000 microgrant program to invest in emergency preparedness organizations across South Carolina to increase their resiliency to major … more
Clarendon County School District proudly announces its upcoming Job Fair, dedicated to employment and job opportunities within the district. This event is scheduled for March 9th, from 9:00 AM to … more
South Carolina high schools are receiving over $100,000 in aid from SAFE Federal Credit Union to address financial literacy. SAFE Federal Credit Union committed the funds to underwrite a … more

The Summerton Town Council convened for a regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 13. It was the first meeting held since the sudden death of Mayor Tony Junious last month. As Darion Canty, Mayor Pro … more
SHENZI is a 7.5 year old, brown, female, Hound Mix. Shenzi has been spayed, and is current on vaccinations. She did test positive for heartworms, though. Therefore, she would need to continue … more
The Manning Times is doing a series of stories featuring some of the county’s first responders to get an inside look at the lives of our local heroes. This week, we interviewed Lieutenant Sean … more
Many celebrations took place throughout this month in acknowledgement of Black History Month. The following photos are from events hosted at Vision By Deisgn, Manning Early Childhood Center, and … more

On Feb. 7,   high school seniors Josiah Burson and Thomas Sumpter from Laurence Manning Academy signed with Erskine College. On Feb. 21, senior Kole Elliott from Clarendon Hall signed a … more
HopeHealth welcomes Margaret A. Evans, MSPAS, PA-C, a physician assistant serving patients of Access Hope in Manning. Evans graduated from Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina, … more
The Cass Elias McCarter Guardian ad Litem Program, a division of the South Carolina Department of Children’s Advocacy, is offering free online training to those interested in becoming a … more

Virginia “Jennie” Mae Burke DuRant, 98, widow of James McDowell DuRant, Sr., died Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at her home surrounded by her family. Born June 12, 1925, in Alcolu, … more
The Manning Times wrote this story in English, and then one of our interns translated it to Spanish. We’ve included both versions out of respect for Amelia Siguan de Balon, whose main language … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE A 67-year-old Summerton man was cited for reckless driving and open container after colliding with another vehicle at the Paxville Highway and Wal-Mart intersection. … more
Settle Down, settle down, I’m not talking to you I’m talking to myself. It is Super Bowl weekend. Excitement seems to be brewing like a witch’s cauldron filled with eye of newt. … more

Kenon Daquan Stallworth was extradited from Transylvania County jail in Brevard, North Carolina to Clarendon County on Feb. 22. Stallworth was arrested and charged with Criminal Sexual Misconduct … more
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