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Dillon County Included In Pavement Improvement Program

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has announced plans for an additional $562 million in road pavement and resurfacing projects for the coming fiscal year 2020-2021.

Sole User Of Junius Drive

SUZANNE WHITE of 604 Junius Street hereby claims and possesses and is the sole user of all 50 foot wide by 200ft, long Junius Street (private drive) since 1997. Land is posted and fenced for 23 years. Land is bound on north by Suzanne White 111-02-01-05 and north by Gwen Morgan 111-02-01-04, on the East…

East Elementary Perfect Attendance Award

East Elementary Perfect Attendance Award-Amaris Billings

East Elementary Reading Counts Winner

East Elementary Reading Counts Winner-Zoe Rogers, who was in Mrs. Bryant’s third grade class.

South Carolina Announces Latest COVID-19 Update (July 5, 2020)

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced 1,463 new confirmed cases and 2 new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 8 additional confirmed deaths and 1 new probable death. Dillon County added another seven cases.

City Police Investigating Murder

Officers are investigating a shooting that happened early this morning, according to Chief David Lane of the City of Dillon Police Department.

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.

Poll Results: Mandating Mask Wear

Do you think that wearing masks in public places should be mandatory until COVID-19 cases decrease?