In his first day in his new position, Dillon County Economic Developer Tonny McNeil clearly laid out his plan for economic development in Dillon County.
0 For the eighth consecutive year South Carolina’s top career and technology education students will be publically recognized during the opening session of the annual Education and Business Summit on June 27 in Greenville. These 2010 high school graduates have been designated as “Technology Champions” selected from a pool of nominations from high schools and…
The Lydia Impact Team of Dillon First Baptist Church recently donated 25 hand-made baby blankets to McLeod Medical Center Dillon.
Dillon County has hired a new Economic Development Director.
Tonny McNeil of Dillon has been selected for the position. He is a graduate of N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro, NC with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
A tired, depressed woman stands at the bedside of her loved one who is dying in the hospital. The couple that everyone said would be the couple least likely to have any problems has just filed for divorce. A man who was once well-liked by his business associates finds that his fellow workers will not speak to him any more since he got his new promotion. Parents of a newborn baby are told by their doctor that their child has a birth defect that will follow their child until death.
Why doesn’t God do something?
For the third year in a row, Lake View High School has earned the distinction of Palmetto Gold by the South Carolina Department of Education.
On Sunday April 11, 2010 Piney Grove Baptist Church celebrated their 200th anniversary. The church is located in the Gaddy’s Mill section of Dillon County between Dillon and Lake View.