Teen Summer Volunteers Recognized

McLeod Medical Center Dillon recently recognized sixteen area teens for their participation in the 2012 Teen Summer Volunteer Program.

Road Named In Honor Of Brigadier General Carroll Allen

A portion of S.C. Highway 917 in Latta has been named in honor of Brigadier General Carroll G. Allen, Sr.

Nelson To Be Retried On Murder Charges

After careful consideration, Fourth Circuit Solicitor William B. Rogers, Jr. has decided to proceed with a retrial on the Dillon County murder charges against Robert Lee Nelson.

Trinity Behavioral Care Gets CARF Accreditation

For almost forty years Trinity Behavioral Care (formerly Marion-Dillon Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) has provided quality addiction treatment, intervention, and substance abuse prevention programs.

Harley Pleads Guilty In School Gun Case

A young woman who pulled a gun on another student at Dillon High School last school year was in General Sessions Court on Wednesday.

Woman Found In Burned Mobile Home (with video)

A woman was found in a burned mobile home on Gravel Pit Road, off Mark Road, in Dillon. See an eyewitness, a man who tried to save her, in the video with this story.

Harvest Hope Facing Food Shortage

Facing several more weeks of high demand before the end of summer, Harvest Hope’s Pee Dee facility is experiencing drastic food shortages and looking for the means to increase food inventory to continue to meet the needs of hungry families in the community.

Only $5 Million Left In Home Loan Fund

There is only $5 million left in the SC Housing Palmetto Heroes home loan fund. Anyone hoping to purchase a home with these funds needs to move quickly.

Political Micromanagement?

At the last Dillon County Council meeting, Councilman Joe Johnson made a motion that all Dillon County fire chiefs also serve as full-time engineers, that they be hired by, report to and be supervised by the county administrator.