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Flooding has cut off entire communities in North Carolina

NORTH CAROLINA (WOLO, ABC NEWS) – In North Carolina the flooding has reached catastrophic levels with entire communities cut off by rising waters. The death toll continues to climb as well as the total number of fatalities now reaching 32. Categories: Local News, National News, News Tags: Florence Related Flooding from Florence could cut off an SC city President Trump…

A look at flooding in Chesterfield County

CHESTERFIELD, CHERAW (WOLO)– Parts of South Carolina and North Caroling continue to deal with rising water levele. Cheraw in Chesterfield county is taking on more water than it can handle, roads are washing away and people are being forced from their homes. The Pee Dee River is the biggest concern. ABC’S Courtney Francisco has more. Categories: Local News, News, State

SC Officials asking Volunteers to coordinate efforts, check SC EMD site for ways to help

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–While seeing images of rescuers may inspire many of you to jump into action,  State officials are asking you ‘not’ to self deploy. Authorities at the South Carolina Emergency Management Division say working during a disaster is complex, with plans and procedures already in place. Officials say volunteers that show up, may slow down recovery efforts. Officials suggest…

Healthy Carolinas Farmers Market happening each Tuesday

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Taking place today, the Healthy Carolina Farmer’s Market on Greene Street. The University of South Carolina, in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, host the vendor fair and farmer’s market of healthy, sustainable and locally sourced food and products from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. each Tuesday during the academic year. Staff, students, faculty…