Category: Community

Community interest news from Dillon County

PHOTO GALLERY: City Of Dillon Holiday Goodness (Photos by Helen Wiggins)

Here is a look at the City of Dillon’s Holiday Goodness as shown in these photos by Helen Wiggins.

Community Thanksgiving Service Planned

The annual Dillon County Community Thanksgiving Service will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, in the Dillon Church of God parking lot on Radford Boulevard in Dillon.

Marlboro Electric Cooperative Announces Filing of Lawsuit to Protect Members

Faced with paying consistently inflated electricity rates and seeking more local control, Marlboro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (MEC) today announced it filed a lawsuit to establish a fair and equitable exit charge to withdraw from Central Electric Power Cooperative (Central).

Farm-City Week To Be Observed Nov. 20-27

Farm-City Week will be celebrated this year from Nov. 20 through Nov. 27. It is a week to express appreciation for the beneficial partnerships between rural and urban communities.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hamer Church Of God Observes Homecoming

The Hamer Church of God celebrated its 77th Homecoming on Sunday, November 8, with Rev. Randy Caulder and his wife, Doris.

PHOTO GALLERY: Mount Calvary Baptist Church Celebrates Homecoming

Mount Calvary Baptist Church celebrated the 133rd Homecoming Service on Sunday, November 1, with Chaplain Retired Major General Douglas Carver.

PHOTO GALLERY: Veterans Day Ceremony Held

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dillon County Veterans Day ceremony went on with mask-wearing and social distancing in place.

Veterans Day Program Planned

IN THE MIDST OF PANDEMIC AND POLITICAL TURMOIL, LET’S NOT FORGET THOSE WHO HAVE SACRIFICED FOR US AT ALL TIMES–OUR VETERANS.

Findings On Woodle Site Evaluation Presented

Dillon County has one of three properties in South Carolina that was selected for the Duke Energy site readiness program, and recently the findings from their evaluation was presented to a group of area officials.

Trinity Behavioral Care Breaks Ground On New Facility

Trinity Behavioral Care broke ground on its new Dillon County facility on October 15, 2020.