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City okays incentives for Carolina Bank construction in downtown Bennettsville

City okays incentives for Carolina Bank construction in downtown Bennettsville
Action taken Tuesday by Bennettsville City Council paves the way for a million dollar construction project that will bring a new building and a public green space to the downtown area.

Search is on for missing man

Search is on for missing man
Bennettsville police continue to investigate the disappearance of a man who has been missing for almost a week.
Johnny Ray Adams, 64, of 214 South Parsonage Street, Apartment F, was last seen Thursday night, June 15. He had been in McColl that evening but was brought back to his home by a family member and has not been seen or heard from since.

New picnic shelter at the lake

New picnic shelter at the lake
The Rotary Club of Bennettsville and B and B Construction are building a new picnic shelter near the boat ramp at Lake Paul Wallace.  Above, Rotary president Glenn Bunch (left) and Lance Barrington of B and B work on the roof of the building.

Work at Lake Wallace

Work at Lake Wallace
Employees of Glenn Waterproofing of Charlotte remove some of the faulty seal material in the Lake Paul Wallace spillway.  The work is expected to be finished within a week, allowing the lake to be refilled. 

Jean Quick named Rotary Four-Way Test Good Citizen of the Year

Jean Quick named Rotary Four-Way Test Good Citizen of the Year
Bennettsville business owner and city councilman Jean Quick was named as the Rotary Club of Bennettsville's Four-Way Test Good Citizen for 2017.  Quick was honored at the club's Tuesday lunch meeting at The Skye.
Lon Lester, chairman of the club's Four-Way Test award selection committee, told about the award that the club has bestowed on a deserving community member since 1987.
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