Whether you enjoy tomatoes sliced, sauced, or cooked in your favorite recipe, they taste best when grown and harvested from your garden or container. With more than 10,000 varieties available it can be difficult to select the best ones to grow in your garden.
0 Mrs. Betty Hubbard hosted the Yellow Jessamine Garden Club meeting on Tuesday, February 6th at the home of Ms. Mary Ricks. We began the meeting with a pledge to the Garden Club of South Carolina followed by a devotional by Mrs. Terry Hayes on the seeds of time with scripture reading from the gospel…
Court will convene on March 11, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. at the Dillon County Judicial Center with Judge Kirk Griffin presiding, per Gwen T. Hyatt, Clerk of Court.
Dillon County residents are invited to come join local Master Gardener Lucille Schauer for a FREE Seed Starting Workshop.
Counties in South Carolina’s northeastern region reported more than 930 million dollars in new investment with over 700 jobs created based on public announcements.
At a recent meeting of the Dillon City Council, City Manager Glen Wagner said that the city had hired Mark Desser as the city’s public defender.
On May 18, 2024, World Vision’s Global 6K for Water will unite people around the world to walk/run on the same day for the same cause. Great Expectations Church in Dillon will be participating.
In a sure sign that spring is not far behind, the first Purple Martins of the year have been spotted in South Carolina.
The South Carolina State Fair, a self-supporting 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is excited to announce the opening of applications for its 27th annual Ride of Your Life Scholarship program.