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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

State’s Northeastern Region Reports New Jobs And Investment

Counties in South Carolina’s northeastern region reported more than 930 million dollars in new investment with over 700 jobs created based on public announcements.

CareSouth Has $149.5 Million Economic Impact On Area

CareSouth Carolina is pleased to announce the release of the comprehensive Value & Impact Report, which shows the organization made an economic impact of more than $149.5 million. This report, which was released at the end of 2023 for the year 2022, underscores the influence CareSouth Carolina’s health centers have had on the regions they serve, which include Lee, Darlington, Dillon, Marlboro, and Chesterfield Counties.

Ashley Bley Is New Executive Director Of Pee Dee Tourism

Pee Dee Tourism Commission is pleased to announce Ashley Bley as the new Executive Director, effective January 1, 2024.

McLeod Health Hospitals Recognized With Zero Harm Awards

McLeod Health Hospitals were recently recognized with 2023 Certified Zero Harm Awards from the South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA).

Inland Ports Dillon And Greer Handle Record Number Of Containers

South Carolina Ports’ strategic focus on rail is proving successful as Inland Ports Greer and Dillon both handled a record number of containers in 2023.

Ports Investing In Rail Capabilities

South Carolina Ports is investing in its rail capabilities to further support growth in the Southeast Construction is underway at the Navy Base Intermodal Facility.

Two New Members Join The Dillon Herald Staff

Two new members have joined The Dillon Herald newspaper staff.

PDRTA And Trinity Behavioral Care Celebrate Partnership

With a newly wrapped bus the Pee Dee Rural Transportation Authority (PDRTA) and Trinity Behavioral Care mark their half-decade partnership providing public transportation in rural Marion, Dillon, and Marlboro Counties and celebrate Trinity’s fifty years of service to those communities.

Honoring One Of Dillon County’s Finest

The Dillon Herald would like to thank Johnnie Daniels for 53 years of service as the General Manager of our publications, having served as the longest serving General Manager in the company’s 130 year history.

SC Ports Awards Grants As Part Of Community Giving Program

South Carolina Ports awarded $253,000 to 116 South Carolina nonprofits and community organizations as part of its Community Giving program for fiscal year 2024, marking the highest number of grants awarded since the program began in 2013.