Category: Business

News about Dillon County, SC, economic development and the Dillon County, SC, business community at the municipal, county, and state levels as well as other related news of interest

CareSouth Carolina Welcomes New Provider

CareSouth Carolina welcomes Dr. Clara Cabrera Fermin as the newest provider at the Dillon office.

Congressman Meets With India Consulate In Atlanta

Congressman Tom Rice (R-S.C.) met with Consul General Dr. Swati Kulkarni of the Indian Consulate in Atlanta, GA, and Michael Elmore, the General Manager of the Inland Port Dillon, to discuss how trade relationships with India can help grow the local economy.

Project At J.V. Martin Moving Along

The project at J.V. Martin by Cadence Development is moving along, according to Tonya Haddock, the managing partner of Cadence Development.

Construction Moving Along On New First Bank Branch

The construction of the new First Bank branch at 201 Highway 301 North, Dillon, is moving along.

City Says Zaxby’s Looking To Start With Renovations

Dillon City Manager Glen Wagner reported at the city council on Monday night that Zaxby’s is looking to start with renovations.

SC Ports Starts 2021 With Steady Volumes

South Carolina Ports saw steady volumes at the start of 2021.

SCPA Finishes 2020 On Strong Note

South Carolina Ports Authority finished 2020 with its strongest December on record, noting impressive volumes with containers, vehicles and inland ports.

Ports Authority Awards Grants To Charitable Organizations Through Community Giving Program

South Carolina Ports Authority awarded $61,000 in grants to 55 S.C. charitable organizations including some in Dillon County through its annual Community Giving Program.

Perdue Seeks Priority For Meat And Poultry Workers In Vaccine Rollout

Perdue Farms, the nation’s fourth largest poultry producer and employer to 1,143 essential workers in South Carolina at its location in Dillon, sent an official letter to Gov. McMaster on December 10th, urging prioritization of meat and poultry workers, and their families and co-habitants, in the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Ports Container Volumes Show Strength With Record November

As global trade continues to rebound, South Carolina Ports’ container volumes show strength with a record November at the Port of Charleston.