Benefit To Be Held For Sharon Gilchrist On October 27th

A chicken bog and bake sale benefit for Sharon Gilchrist, a kidney transplant patient, will be held on October 27.

DHEC Says Now Is Time For Flu Shot

The flu season is upon us and now is the time to get vaccinated to protect yourself and your family from the viral disease, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced.

Sheriff’s Office Issues Wanted List

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the following on outstanding warrants. If you are this person or if you know the whereabouts of this person, please contact the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office at 843-774-1432.

AccuWeather Issues Winter Weather Forecast

AccuWeather reports some chilly winter weather is in store for the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, with January ushering in some of the coldest air of the season.

City Of a Dillon Accepting Applications For UPFIT Grants

The City of Dillon is accepting applications for the UPFIT Incentive Grant Program that provides financial assistance for persons making physical improvements to private property in the Downtown Commercial Historic District.

Marlboro Electric Reducing Rates Again

For the fourth year in a row, Marlboro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (“MEC”) is reducing energy charges during a time that increases are becoming the new norm. The decrease in rates will benefit members throughout MEC’s service area in Marlboro and Dillon counties.

Nichols Still Recovering From Hurricane Matthew

Nearly one year ago, Hurricane Matthew came through our area leaving a trail of devastation.

Third Graders Who Do Not Meet Reading Standards To Be Held Back

Starting this school year (2017-2018), all schools in the Palmetto State are required to hold back third graders who do not prove their reading abilities during standardized testing.

American Scrappers Establishing Operations In Lake View

American Scrappers is establishing operations in Dillon County with the launch of a new distribution and logistics center. The company’s $15.5 million investment is expected to create 200 new jobs.