Dillon District Two’s make-up days have been announced.
Kevin Thomas took over as the new Dillon County Chamber of Commerce Chairman at the Chamber’s annual banquet on January 7th.
Michelle Buckman, past columnist for The Dillon Herald, announces the release of her two newest novels, Rachel’s Contrition and Death Panels.
The winners of the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce awards have been announced.
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) encourages the public to make an annual medicine cabinet cleanout part of their New Year’s resolutions. Pharmacists recommend patients use this time to properly dispose of all the unused and expired medications that accumulated over the previous year.
Getting involved with your local government—it’s an important and easy thing to do. It can be as simple as attending a meeting or writing a letter to the editor about a particular issue or just keeping yourself informed by reading the newspaper and talking with your local officials.
Some of the fiercest arguments are at times those involving religious beliefs and practices.
On January 17, 2011 Chris Ford went home to be with his Lord and Savior.
Food Lion held the grand reopening of their store on Wednesday morning. The newly remodeled store features a fresh look in the produce department with new cases, tables and lighting. There is also new flooring and decor throughout the store.
Food Lion will unveil its newly remodeled store in the Dillon, located at 205 Radford Blvd., with a ribbon-cutting ceremony 8 a.m. Wednesday, January 19.