The South Carolina Emergency Response Team is monitoring and preparing for the water levels of rivers to rise.
The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) is advising consumers to be on the lookout for scams in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
The Marlboro Electric Cooperative Trust Board, through support of the MEC Board of Trustees, voted Tuesday, Sept. 18 in an emergency called meeting to allow the “MEC Trust,” a community assistance program, to donate funds directly to families adversely affected by Hurricane Florence.
The Dillon County Chamber of Commerce building and the Dillon County Theatre building both suffered damage during Hurricane Florence, according to Johnnie Luehrs, Executive Director of the Chamber.
There is a statewide constitutional amendment that will appear on ballots in the November 6, 2018 General Election.
City of Dillon Fire Chief Keith Bailey commented on the first responder efforts in Dillon.
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