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SCPA Announces Historic Container Volume

Today South Carolina Ports Authority announced the highest monthly container volume in its history, with 206,541 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) handled in August.

Practice Food Safety After Power Outage

Hurricanes present the possibility of power outages and flooding that can compromise the safety of stored food.
Residents in the path of this storm should pay close attention to the forecast. FSIS recommends that consumers take the following steps to reduce food waste and the risk of foodborne illness during this and other severe weather events.

Rauh Named Riley Fellow

Jonathan Rauh, PhD, VP of Evaluation and Public Policy at Trident United Way joins other leaders selected from across the Lowcountry and surrounding area to participate in the Riley Institute at Furman’s 13th class of Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI).

Theatre Announces New Season

The Dillon County Theatre’s new season is being announced.

Advice Offered For Before, During, And After The Hurricane

With Hurricane Florence headed towards the East Coast in the direction of the Carolinas, now is the time to be preparing for before, during and after the storm. We offer these tips from the S.C. Emergency Management Division.

Lake View Rescue Squad Donates AED To LVHS

The Lake View Rescue Squad presented a new ZOLL AED (automatic external defibrillator) to Lake View High School recently.

Town Of Latta Declares State of Emergency

The Town of Latta declared a state of emergency on Sunday night at a hurricane planning meeting held at the former Latimer School.

Deputy Wrecks Patrol Car

On Saturday, September 8, 2018, a Dillon County Sheriff’s Deputy was involved in a single-vehicle accident on Highway 301 in Dillon while responding to a call, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office..

Aunt Charged With Homicide By Child Abuse In Death Of Child Left Unattended In Vehicle

A woman has been charged in the death of a child left unattended in a vehicle, according to Chief David Lane of the City of Dillon Police Department.

September 11, 2001 In New York Recalled

What was it like to be in New York when it happened? Shock. Disbelief. Horror. Then terrible grief and sadness, as the impact of the event in terms of loss of life became more and more apparent.