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Florence

  • he mayor of a South Carolina city says ending violence in her community will require people to work with police after a weekend which saw four people killed in shootings in the area. Investigators say the victims included an 11-year-old boy in Florence County and a man shot and killed in the city of Florence after refusing to give someone a ride. Florence Mayor Teresa Myers Ervin says police can intervene to help stop shootings if people reach out to talk to them before trouble turns deadly. The Florence police chief promised to protect anyone who is scared of retaliation for talking with investigators.
  • Isn’t it interesting how differently the following two phrases sound:A little house in the country.Affordable rural housing.They’re the same thing,…