Law Enforcement Agencies Issue Statement On School Incidents And Unfounded Threats

The Fourth Circuit Solicitor’s Office, the Dillon County Sheriff’s Department and the Dillon City Police Department issue this statement in response to the multiple unfounded threats and actual incidents that have recently impacted our local schools.

DHS Student Charged With Simple Possession Of Marijuana, Carrying Weapon On School Grounds

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Dillon High School student, Malik Sen’Cere Rogers, age 18, of Dillon with Simple Possession of Marijuana and Carrying a Weapon on School Property.

The Dillon Herald Election News And Ads Policy Announced

In order to be fair to all candidates, The Dillon Herald has established the following policy in regards to political news and paid advertisements.

Gas Prices Predicted To Start Spring Spike In Early April

While pump prices have dipped in recent weeks, this is not a trend consumers should expect to linger.

SPRING FORWARD: Daylight Saving Time Begins March 11th

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 11th at 2:00 a.m.

Bridge Work To Finish Ahead Of Schedule On I-95 NB At Great Pee Dee River

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) reports the bridge rehabilitation project on northbound Interstate 95 over the Great Pee Dee River in Florence and Dillon Counties is expected to be completed and all lanes open Saturday afternoon, March 10, 2018.

Dominion Energy Completes Charleston Project

Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) announced that Dominion Energy Carolina Gas Transmission (DECGT) has completed the Charleston Project and it has been brought into service.

Severe Weather Awareness Week Underway

Governor Henry McMaster has proclaimed that South Carolina Severe Weather and Flood Safety Week for 2018 will be observed March 4-10.

Lowery Sentenced To 25 Years

Almonzo Lowery, 33, was sentenced on Wednesday to 25 years by Circuit Court Judge Paul Burch after pleading to kidnapping, carjacking, and assault and battery.