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B'ville Police Dept. wins car for DUI enforcement
Posted - 04-10-2014
Wednesday, April 2, was a good day for the Bennettsville Police Department. Not only did the Fourth Judicial Circuit Law Enforcement Network (LEN), of which it is a part, win top honors at an awards banquet in Columbia, but the department itself brought home an even bigger win - a brand-new car.
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Clio elects mayor, council
Posted - 04-10-2014
Clio Mayor Joe Kinney will return for another two-year term in office as a result of an election that was held Tuesday, April 8, in the town. Kinney faced opposition from two people, former mayor Hamer McRae and Robert Hastings, in his re-election bid. He won easily, receiving 92 votes to McRae's 14 and Hastings' 10. The election also served to determine the four at-large members of town council. There were six names on the ballots, and the top four vote-getters are the winners.
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Pee Dee Coalition asks county for more funding
Posted - 04-10-2014
The Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault has provided services to women and children in Marlboro County for many years, but financial concerns are threatening the future of those services, a coalition board member told Marlboro County Council this week. Brenda Dixon appeared before the council at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday to ask for financial support.
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Fire destroys Bennettsville body shop
Posted - 04-04-2014
Fire destroyed a Bennettsville body shop Thursday afternoon. According to the Bennettsville Fire Department, two people were welding inside Driggers Body Shop, located at 527 Cheraw Street, around 5:20 p.m. Thursday, April 3, when a spark caught a car on fire. They tried to put the fire out, but it spread so quickly that they had to give up and evacuate the building. The Bennettsville Fire Department received assistance from the Clio Rural, McColl and Wallace Fire Departments. Clio Rural...
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Bulldogs win four straight
Posted - 04-10-2014
The Marlboro County High baseball team built momentum for a strong finish to the season, ripping off four convincing wins in the last week. The streak was a continuation of the Bulldogs' play against region leaders Darlington and Hartsville. "Going into the Cheraw game, we were coming off losses to Darlington and Hartsville. However, we played well against those two," said coach Phillip Blue.
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