J.V. Martin Auditorium is getting a good going over to determine the feasibility of a renovation.
Judge Howard King set a $200,000 surety bond on Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem Randolph Gurley during a hearing this (Thursday) afternoon.
There was unaccustomed hubbub on September 1 at the Marion County Archives and History Center in downtown Marion. Four descendants of the Elvington and Goodyear families, early local settlers pre-dating 1800, were on hand with other interested parties to donate an antique, hand-woven, wool and flax blanket to the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia. Fritz Hamer, Ph.D., the museum’s Chief Curator of Cultural History, was in town to accept the gift.
The Dillon County Council meeting may have started in the dark literally as the power was out at the start of the meeting, but shortly after the power came on and the council’s executive session ended, the purpose of the meeting came to light.
The Herald has learned that Dillon County Council Chairman Macio Williamson’s appearance in court that was scheduled for next week (Sept. 21) has been delayed.
The Dillon County Library is proud to announce the newest thing going on at the library: GrandFamily Resource Center.
On Saturday, September 11, at noon, the Dillon County Courthouse grounds was the setting for the prayer gathering for Dillon County for “Cry Out America.”
The ninth commemorative service for 9-11 was held Friday, September 10, at 4:00 p.m., on the grounds of the City-County Complex at Veterans Park.
Services for Alvin Wayne Webster will be held 4:00 p.m. Monday at Pentecostal Holiness Church with burial in Little Bless Church Cemetery. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. Sunday at Cooper Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lois Page, beloved mother and grandmother, died Friday, September 10, 2010 after an illness.