Category: Business

News about Dillon County, SC, economic development and the Dillon County, SC, business community at the municipal, county, and state levels as well as other related news of interest

Dillon County LTRG Joins Chamber

Dillon County Long Term Recovery Group joined the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce.

Marlboro Development Team, Inc. Announces Development Of Build-To-Suit For Multi-Pack Solutions

Marlboro Development Team, Inc. (MDT) is pleased to announce the development of a new 125,000 square foot build-to-suit for Multi-Pack Solutions (Multi-Pack).

Juanita Lowery Celebrates 50th Year With GEICO

Growing up in her native Dillon, South Carolina, Juanita Lowery never dreamed she’d have a career in the insurance industry. Fifty years later, she can’t imagine doing anything else.

Fairmeadow Apartments Currently Undergoing Renovation

Fairmeadow Apartments is currently undergoing a complete renovation in order to provide a sustainable and beautiful community for its residents.

Dr. Julia Bulkeley Joins OrthoCarolina Laurinburg

Dr. Julia Bulkeley has joined OrthoCarolina Laurinburg, specializing in pediatric orthopedic surgery and general orthopedics.

State Farm Honors First Responders With Breakfast And Free Home Security Device

First responders are the first people called into action when public safety is threatened, especially during catastrophic events like last year’s Hurricane Florence.

SCPA Announces Strongest March In History

Today South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) announced the strongest March in its history and more than 11 percent fiscal year-over-year growth.

Perdue Completes $25 Million Expansion

Perdue Farms announced it has completed a $25 million expansion at its harvest operation in Dillon County, creating 100 additional jobs.

C&M Hog Farm Holds Open House (with photo gallery)

C&M Hog Farm held an open house to allow the public to take a look at their transloading facility.

Ports Authority Reports Historic February Container Volume

The South Carolina Ports Authority reported the strongest February container volume in its history and nearly 12 percent fiscal year-over-year growth.