PHOTO GALLERY: Dixie Youth Baseball-Morrell Tire v. McLeod

PHOTO GALLERY: Dixie Youth Baseball-Morrell Tire v. McLeod

PHOTO GALLERY: Dixie Youth Baseball-Dillon Internal Medicine v. A&B Country Kitchen

PHOTO GALLERY: Dixie Youth Baseball-Dillon Internal Medicine v. A&B Country Kitchen

Nine More COVID-19 Cases Reported (330 Cases Total) In Dillon County On July 4th

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today (July 4) announced 1,836 new confirmed cases and 3 new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 19 additional confirmed deaths, and 1 new probable death.

AT&T Invests $3.8 Million Over Three-Year Period To Keep Dillon Connected

AT&T is proud to have the nation’s best and also fastest wireless network, as well as the largest network in North America. From 2017-2019, we invested $3.8 million in our wireless and wireline networks in the Dillon market to expand coverage and improve connectivity in more communities.

Check State Treasurer’s Site For Unclaimed Money

Over the past few months, South Carolinians have been busy searching for financial relief anywhere they can find it. In addition to those who have welcomed tax refunds and stimulus checks, some people have been busy searching their sofa cushions, playing the lottery and even raiding their piggy banks to find some extra cash.

Dillon LTRG Provides High Quality Disaster Assistance

The Dillon County Long Term Recovery Group is a nonprofit organization that has been providing high quality disaster assistance since Hurricane Matthew.

South Carolina Announces Latest COVID-19 Update (July 3, 2020)

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Friday announced 1,558 new confirmed cases and 10 new confirmed deaths.

DHEC Recommends Residents Stay Safer At Home For Fourth Of July

As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recommends residents make safe, responsible plans for celebrating that include precautions for protecting against the spread of COVID-19.

CareFIRST Carolina Foundation Awarded Grant

CareFIRST Carolina Foundation was awarded a grant from The One SC Fund: COVID-19 Response, a fund housed at Central Carolina Community Foundation.