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Florence was thinly settled by subsistence farmers who produced indigo, cotton, and timber, which was then shipped down the Pee Dee River to Georgetown's port to be exported. It was founded as a railroad hub and a junction for major railroad companies such as the Wilmington and Manchester, the Northeastern, and the Cheraw and Darlington. Instead of shipping products to Georgetown, Florence began using the railroads to supply its cotton, timber and tobacco. As industry grew, Florence has become a business hub with textile, pharmaceutical, paper, manufacturing and agricultural products.

Population: 30248
Local Newspapers: Morning News News Journal The State
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Panthers (NFL) Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) Florence Phantoms (AIFA) Florence Red Wolves (CPL)
Local Colleges: Francis Marion University

Zip Codes associated with florence, south carolina: 29501 29505 29506 29512 29541
Towns/Cities near florence, south carolina : Darlington Quinby Timmonsville Lynchburg Marion Hartsville

Florence News
Editorial: Tragic floodwater drowning a chance to overhaul SC mental health care

Responders congregate on Sept. 19 where two women drowned a day earlier when they were trapped in an Horry County Sheriff's Office transport van while crossing a bridge over the Little Pee Dee River on U.S. Highway 76 in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Governor asks for more money to help Hurricane Florence victims whose homes aren't in flood zones

Gov. Henry McMaster increased his request for federal disaster relief money by $327 million in an effort to help South Carolinians who saw their homes flood from Hurricane Florence even though they didn't live in high-risk flood zones. The information about McMaster's request comes from a letter the governor's office sent on Saturday to U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, R-Myrtle Beach.

Kodak Black's Sexual Assault Trial Scheduled For Next Year

Kodak Black's trial for an alleged sexual assault has been scheduled for next year. According to SC Now, Judge Thomas A. Russo held a hearing Thursday where he set the Pompano Beach, Florida native's trial date for sometime in April.

South Carolina ups its relief request for Hurricane Florence

South Carolina's congressional delegation will be able to ask for more funds to provide relief following Hurricane Florence, thanks to a move by the state's governor. In a letter obtained Saturday by The Associated Press, Gov. Henry McMaster told U.S. Rep. Tom Rice that he was increasing the estimate for community development block grant relief from $108 million to $435 million at Rice's request.

Sources: Florence SC Sheriff's Spending Raising Eyebrows

Leaders in Florence County, South Carolina are becoming increasingly concerned over the finances of the local sheriff's office - run by fourth-term Republican incumbent Kenney Boone . Specifically, we are told an internal investigation is in the works related to alleged irregularities in at least one account - a forfeiture fund comprised of cash seized during drug raids, traffic stops and related anti-narcotics actions.

Nevada suing US in bid to block plan for plutonium shipments

In this Sept. 29, 1994 file photo, a CSX Train with spent nuclear fuel passes through Florence, S.C., on its way to Savannah River Site Weapons Complex near Aiken S.C. Nevada is suing the federal government in a bid to stop plans to ship plutonium from South Carolina to a former U.S. nuclear proving ground north of Las Vegas.

School's historical re-enactment causes shooting scare

Dozens of police offices rushed to a South Carolina elementary school Tuesday after 911 dispatchers heard gunshots and someone pulled an alarm reporting a shooting on campus. But it turns out the gunfire was actually blanks being fired as part of a historical re-enactment, deputies and officials at Delmae Heights Elementary School in Florence said.

SCDOC says escaped inmate James Lash Russell from Florence County has been apprehended

FLORENCE, S.C. Early Tuesday morning the South Carolina Department of corrections announced they have captured escape inmate James Lash Russell. Authorities say James Lash Russell walked away from a job site in Florence, S.C. at 10:15 p.m. He was assigned to Palmer Pre-Release Center - a minimum security facility.

Florence native will go from Princeton to Oxford University

Hoffmeyer, who was selected as one of 32 scholars, will finish his comparative literature degree at Princeton University in May and will study for a one-year master's degree in modern languages - specifically focusing on French, German and Spanish. "Having conversations with people like that and getting to know them has been a really special part of my college career, and so I'm really excited to get to know other Rhodes Scholars and my classmates at Oxford just to have that kind of mutually enriching experience," Hoffmeyer said.

Spirides Arranges $5 Million Hotel Construction Loan for New Radisson in Florence, SC

Spirides Hospitality Finance Company has successfully arranged, and its client has closed a $5 million construction to permanent first priority mortgage loan from a southeast U.S. headquartered bank to finance the development of a new Radisson Park Inn in Florence, South Carolina. This soon to be built Radisson Park Inn will be a limited-service hotel featuring 60 guest rooms and suites in a 3-story interior corridor building situated on 1.5 acres of land.

Bryant-Cook accepting new patients at spine and pain clinic

Bryant-Cook is a resident of Dillon, S.C., and received an associate's degree in Nursing from Florence-Darlington Technical College in Florence, S.C., in 2004. She completed a bachelor's degree in Nursing at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C., in 2012 and a master's degree in Nursing from Walden University in Baltimore in 2015.

SC governor wins court fight in Santee Cooper leader dispute

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has the authority to temporarily appoint a new chairman of the board for a state-owned utility without the Legislature's permission whenever lawmakers aren't in session, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. McMaster and the state Senate clashed over the governor's pick of Attorney General Charlie Condon to be chairman of Santee Cooper in March.

Those affected by Hurricane Florence still have time to apply for disaster assistance

The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, according to the South Carolina Emergency Management Division. There's still time to apply for disaster assistance if you were affected by #HurricaneFlorence .

Former Florence county deputy honors friend and fallen investigator Farrah turner through song

It's been nearly two months since a shooting left two law enforcement officers dead, and five others wounded in Florence. A motorcycle benefit was held at the Darlington Raceway Saturday afternoon to bring the community together and show support for the victims.

Atlantic hurricane season worse than forecast, did a number on SC

Members with the National Guard help move furniture for homeowner Bonnie Track before flood waters rise in Conway on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018.

Clear Pond residents upset about additional development

Developers are planning on constructing 11 buildings that will hold multi-family units, with rentals of one- or two- or three-bedroom apartments being offered. The subdivision sits off Gardner Lacy Road in Carolina Forest.

SC survey finds Hurricane Florence mostly spared historic buildings

Flooding from Hurricane Florence affected hundreds of homes and roads, including this stretch of Interstate 95 in Dillon County, but relatively few historic properties reported damage to the state. File/Provided Flooding from Hurricane Florence affected hundreds of homes and roads, including this stretch of Interstate 95 in Dillon County, but relatively few historic properties reported damage to the state.

Hurricane Florence did $607 million worth of damage in SC, half of original estimates

The damage done by Hurricane Florence earlier this year is about half of what had been originally feared, officials said Friday. In a letter obtained by The Associated Press, Gov. Henry McMaster told members of the state's congressional delegation that the massive, slow-moving storm did a total of $607 million in damage in the state.

SC job growth rebounds after Florence as unemployment holds steady

South Carolina's unemployment remained the same from September to October, holding at an all-time low of 3.3 percent. File/AP South Carolina's unemployment remained the same from September to October, holding at an all-time low of 3.3 percent.

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