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Downtown office building razed

Downtown office building razed
The former East Market Street office building (ca. 1935) of the late brothers, Drs. P. M., a general practitioner for 55 years, and C. A. Kinney, a surgeon and OB-GYN specialist for 50 years, was razed earlier this week to make room for a new off-street parking lot to serve the William P. Wallace Administration Building, Marlboro Economic Development Partnership Office, and Marlboro Civic Center. The demolition of the duplex red brick office building and the small red brick storage...

Dragons win state soccer championship

Dragons win state soccer championship

Last Thursday Marlboro Academy crushed Lowcountry Prep of Pawleys Island to claim their first state championship in soccer since 2008.

The Dragons spent the previous weekend licking their wounds after falling to Lowcountry in the regular season finale. The Dragons had lost their last 2 games, the Lowcountry game in...

Dupree gets 35 years in Wallace sexual assault case

Dupree gets 35 years in Wallace sexual assault case

It took a Marlboro County jury just over an hour yesterday to convict a man on all counts related to the sexual assault of a senior citizen in Wallace.

Derrick Dewayne Dupree, 32, was found guilty of first degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping, first degree burglary and possession of a...

County Council considers two economic development projects

Members of Marlboro County Council moved forward with one potential economic development project, but postponed another, during their regular monthly meeting Tuesday night.

They proceeded with second reading of an ordinance approving a lease agreement with an undisclosed party for the former Boro property on Maple...

Scotland Health Care to build new facility in Bennettsville

A new medical facility is coming soon to Marlboro County. The Scotland Health Care System Board of Trustees developed and approved a plan to construct a new medical office building on Cheraw Highway in Bennettsville to house expanded primary care and specialty satellite space to better serve the needs of the community.

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