The City of Dillon Planning and Zoning Commission approved the site plan for the new Hardee’s in Dillon on Monday night.
Big Check Presented For DHSF Auditorium Project
The big check was presented for the Dillon Historic School Foundation Auditorium Project from Frank Hursey. Hursey made a contribution of $308,000.
Special Ceremony On March 29 Will Honor Fallen Vietnam Veterans
Dillon VFW will be at Veterans Square on that day at daybreak (6:44AM) on March 29 to stand before the memorial wall and say aloud the names of the 10 Dillon County men killed in action in Vietnam.
Residents Can Help DHEC Track West Nile Virus
Residents can help the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) track West Nile virus this spring and summer by submitting certain species of dead birds for lab testing.
New LED Lights Installed At City Rec Fields
The City of Dillon had new metal poles with LED lights installed with a price tag of $439,000.00 at the City of Dillon Recreational Fields off Highway 34 in Dillon.
Gas Prices Trending Higher In The Carolinas
Gas prices in both North and South Carolina are now trending more expensive, as both states averages surged more than 10 cents on the week – but this uptick could be short-lived as demand and the global cost of oil have fallen recently.
CareSouth Working Hard On Healthy Kids Project Initiative
CareSouth Carolina’s Community Outreach Team is working hard to ensure that community members are properly re-enrolled and enroll in Medicaid. One of these ways is through the Healthy Kids Project initiative.
Former Latta Resident Is Honoree For ‘Women Who Shape The State’ Of Alabama
FLORENCE, AL – Dena Strickland Kitts, the First Lady of the University of North Alabama and a former resident of Latta, South Carolina, was recently named as one of 25 honorees for this year in the “Women Who Shape the State” program.
Coffee And Talk To Be Held March 22nd At City Of Dillon Development Office
Coffee and Talk, hosted by the City of Dillon Downtown Development Office, will be held on March 22 at 7:30 a.m. at the Downtown Development Office, 101 West Main Street.