Operation Christmas Child Announces Dillon Drop-Off Site

This month, sites in the Dillon area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, Nov. 18-25.

Discover Dillon County Issues Still Available

There are a limited number of Discover Dillon County issues available. Come get yours today.

Hallowe’en Safety: Take The Fright Out Of Hallowe’en Night!

The Palmetto Poison Center has information on how to keep your children safe this Hallowe’en.

Help For Veterans Health Fair Exhibitors Sought

Our Veterans Need Your Help! Help For Veterans, Inc. is finalizing their Health Fair event for our local Dillon County veterans. Please participate.

Veteran Of The Year Nominations Sought

Veteran of the Year nomination form-Veteran of the Year 2019 will be selected by the past Veterans of the Year and will be named/honored at our annual Veterans Day Ceremony to be held November 11, 2019.

LAST CHANCE! Special Subscription Offer Ends Friday

If you received a phone call or e-mail for a subscription to The Dillon Herald or if you want to take advantage of our special offer, this week is your last chance to redeem your offer of 3 months of The Dillon Herald for $5 or one year for $18.94 in Dillon County, SC, Marion County, SC, Marlboro County, SC, or Robeson County, NC.

Leach Charged In July 4th Murder

Delaney Ismale Leach III, age 27, of Dillon, has been arrested and charged with murder for the shooting death of Kenya Purnell, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

Get Three Months Of The Dillon Herald For Just $5

We have a great offer for those who currently do not have a subscription to The Dillon Herald and who live in Dillon County, Marlboro County, Marion County, or Robeson County, NC. You can get THREE MONTHS of The Dillon Herald FOR JUST $5. This offer expires September 20, 2019.

Sheriff’s Office Warns About Phone Scam

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office has been receiving complaints from citizens stating that they are receiving telephone calls from the Social Security Administration, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.