Category: Community

Community interest news from Dillon County

Bread Of Life: Looking For Hope?

I have always enjoyed traveling and seeing new places in the world. I have traveled for both work and pleasure.

‘Eat Healthy, Plant Healthy’ Is Topic Of Yellow Jessamine Garden Club Meeting

The Yellow Jessamine Garden Club met on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at The City of Dillon Wellness Center. Ten members were in attendance.

Mars Hill Bibleway Church Completes Faithful Families Health Education Program

Members of the Mars Hill Bibleway Church recently completed the 9-week Faithful Families Thriving Communities health education program.

Bread Of Life: Generosity

As we wake up to a new day every day in our world, today we have to wonder how long will it be before Christ’s return and what must I as a believer be doing until He does.

Bread Of Life: In Whom Do You Trust?

With only three years into his Presidency, President Donald Trump has helped lead America into what many once considered, an impossible time of economic prosperity.

Wagner Receives District Award Of Merit

Dr. Kyle Wagner, Northeastern Technical College (NETC) President, was awarded the District Award of Merit from the Atakwa District of the Boy Scouts of America. The Atakwa District serves Florence, Chesterfield, Darlington, Marlboro, and Williamsburg Counties.

S.C. Army National Guard Recruiter Wants Students Who Didn’t Take ASVAB To Call Him

Darrin Martin, the SC Army National Guard recruiter for Dillon and Marion counties, would like students to know if you didn’t get to take the ASVAB because your school is out or didn’t take it in school because you didn’t want to miss class to message him or call him at 843-621-0844.

Basic COVID-19 Unemployment Information Given

In this unprecedented time, Employment and Workforce is working in real time with federal and state officials to create solutions and support for individuals and businesses.

Schools To Remain Closed Through April

Governor Henry McMaster and South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman released the following joint statement announcing that South Carolina’s schools will remain closed for the duration of the month of April.

Relay For Life Events Suspended

Due to Covid-19, The American Cancer Society has made the decision to suspend all events through mid-May.