Category: Government News

Council Makes Appointments to Public-Private Partnership Board

The Dillon County Council made several appointments to the Public-Private Partnership Economic Development Board on Thursday.

Protest Heard: Local Democratic Party Says No New Election

The Dillon County Democratic Party heard a protest this morning from Penny German, a candidate in the probate judge’s race.

City To Finalize Budget On Thursday

The City of Dillon will hold a public hearing and final reading of its budget on Thursday, July 1st at 7 p.m.

Council For Aging Holds Annual Meeting

The following are the minutes from the annual meeting of the Dillon County Council for the Aging.

Opinion: Questions For Candidates

In a few months, South Carolinians will go to the polls to choose the men and women we want to serve us as elected officials.

Election Certified, Campbell Winner By 17 Votes

The run-off election has been recounted, and the election has been certified.

Run-Off For Probate Judge Is June 22nd

The run-off election for the Democratic nomination for Probate Judge is June 22nd.

Election Commission To Meet On June 4

The Dillon County Election Commission will have a meeting on Friday, June 4, at 2 p.m. in the County Council Chambers of the County Administration Building on South Third Avenue, Dillon.

Dirt Hauling, Councilmen Directing County Employees: Judge Says Order Should Not Be Violated Or Someone Is Going To Jail

The dirt hauling issue was heard by Judge Paul Burch on Monday morning in non-jury court at the Dillon County Courthouse.

County Council Holds Workshop On Public-Private Partnership Ordinance

The Dillon County Council held a workshop recently to iron out the details of the public-private partnership ordinance.