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

Perdue Holds Town Hall-Style Webinar

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised many questions in communities around the country.

Progress Being Made On Equus Speculative Warehouse Logistics Facility

THESE PHOTOS show the progress that has been made on a 373,100 square foot speculative warehouse logistics facility in Dillon County being developed by Equus Capital Partners, Ltd.

Duke Energy Progress Proposing Decrease In Monthly Fuel Costs

Duke Energy Progress is proposing a decrease in monthly fuel costs for its South Carolina customers beginning this summer as part of an annual adjustment of the actual cost of fuel used to generate electricity at its power plants.

MEC Continuing 8% Decrease For Residential Members

Marlboro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (MEC) announces that it will be continuing the 8% rate decrease for its residential members for another month. Members will see this decrease as a line item on their May electric bill.

SC Ports Authority Has Positive Outlook

S.C. Ports Authority has seamlessly kept freight moving at its marine terminals and inland ports while noting strength in several business segments in March.

CareSouth Offering Behavioral Health Services Remotely

CareSouth Carolina is offering behavioral health services remotely via TELETherapy as a way to continue to provide a complete patient experience during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Eye Health America Acquires Dillon Eyecare Associates And Pee Dee Eye Associates

Eye Health America (EHA), a leading eye care practice management services organization in the Southeast, announced its acquisition of Dillon Eyecare Associates (DEA) and Pee Dee Eye Associates (PDEA), two “fabric of the community” optometry practices, both in the Pee Dee region (between Columbia and Myrtle Beach) of South Carolina.

CareSouth Carolina Providing Telehealth Visits

CareSouth Carolina is providing telehealth visits for its patients as a way to promote social distancing and help fight the spread of COVID-19.

Director Reviews Progress In Economic Development

Dillon County Economic Development Director Clay Young said 2019 was a great year for Dillon County.

McLeod Health Offering Telehealth Services, COVID-19 Screenings

In a healthcare landscape that demands convenience and access, rural hospitals face daily challenges on how to provide specialized services without compromising quality or patient satisfaction.