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Emanuel a man of vision, an entrepreneur and source of hope

Emanuel a man of vision, an  entrepreneur and source of hope
James Emanuel is a man of principles. These principles have allowed him to taste unimaginable success as a businessman and general manager of Title Max in Dillon. But his success has been made even sweeter by the way he took a crucial season of disappointment and despair and translated it into competence and confidence.

Congressman Rice visits B’ville

Congressman Rice visits B’ville
7th District U.S. Rep. Tom Rice of Myrtle Beach, center,  conducted a Town Meeting here Tuesday afternoon at Magnolia on Main and  discussed a number of concerns with those present.

Store closings won’t affect local Walmart

Bennettsville’s Walmart store is not affected by the company’s announcement last week that it would close 269 stores globally, including 154 in the United States.
The announcement came Friday, January 15, from the company’s headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. Officials said the closures were based on a thorough review of the company’s nearly 11,600 stores worldwide. The impacted stores represent less than one percent of both global square footage and revenue.

Marlboro Medical Complex holds open house, ribbon cutting

Marlboro Medical Complex  holds open house, ribbon cutting
Hundreds of people turned out on Saturday, January 9, for an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at Scotland Health Care System’s new Marlboro Medical Complex in Bennettsville.
It was standing room only at the complex, located at 957 Cheraw Street, as officials talked about the project and its importance to the community, then cut the ribbon to mark the opening of the new facility. 

Dragons continue to roll

Dragons continue to roll
The red-hot Marlboro Academy basketball team defeated Pee Dee Academy 43-35 at home Tuesday night to improve to 6-4 overall.
For the Dragons, it was their sixth victory in their last seven games.