***Update*** Hurricane Dorian

Governor McMaster has just announced that SCDPS has begun to return I-26 eastbound to normal traffic flow. This was done to ensure resources being utilized could be appropriately stored during the storm.

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***Update*** Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian is a Category 2 storm (105 mph sustained winds) and remains on its forecasted path along the coastlines of Florida, Georgia,  and the Carolinas.  Our coastal regions will begin to experience the effects of Dorian in the early…

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***Update*** Hurricane Dorian I-26 reversal

Good morning, As a reminder, I-26 lanes will be reversed starting at noon today. According to the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), the I-26 lanes reversal ends at the I-26 and I-77 interchange. All I-26 traffic in the westbound…

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***Update*** Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian continues to maneuver through the Atlantic Ocean, currently impacting the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm (185 mph sustained winds). The National Hurricane Center (NHC) predicts that Dorian will impact the coastal areas of Florida, South Carolina and…

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Hurricane Dorian

The National Hurricane Center has updated their predictive model, indicating a northern shift in Hurricane Dorian’s projected path after it impacts the Bahamas on Sunday afternoon. Hurricane Dorian is predicted to maintain sustained winds in excess of 110 mph as…

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Active Shooter Seminar

Throughout July and August, Public Safety will be hosting a seminar on how to react and respond to an active shooter. We feel the way to a reduction in loss of life is to provide tools that will help you…

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***Update*** Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael’s forecast has taken a more dramatic shift from yesterday’s predictions.  The storm has intensified and will make landfall as a category 4 hurricane (145 mph sustained winds) sometime this morning, and it will remain a minor hurricane (category…

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Hurricane Michael

What we know: The current forecast has Hurricane Michael making landfall as a category 3 (>110 mph sustained winds) on the Florida panhandle tomorrow afternoon and reaching the Midlands on Thursday morning. Though it is anticipated to be a category…

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