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

State Of The Ports Address Given

South Carolina Ports’ strategic and timely investments in port infrastructure provide crucial capacity to today’s challenging supply chain environment, said Jim Newsome, SC Ports’ president and CEO, during his 13th State of the Port address.

Newsome Announces Plans To Retire From SC Ports

Following a successful 13 years as president and CEO of South Carolina Ports, Jim Newsome announced his plans to retire from the helm on June 30, at which time he will serve as an executive advisor to the port.

Johnson And Rouse Honored For Service Of Hometown TV8 (with photo gallery)

Steve Johnson and Randy Rouse of Hometown TV-8 were honored on Tuesday, October 12, with a surprise celebration at the Dillon Church of God on Radford Boulevard, Dillon.

Sherry Causey Retires From CareSouth In Lake View

Sherry R. Causey, FNP-C, will always be remembered by her patients and staff as a provider who wanted the best for them in all circumstances. After 19 years of service with CareSouth Carolina in the Lake View area, Causey will be retiring.

Broadstep Behavioral Health Acquires Coastal Southeastern United Care

Broadstep Behavioral Health, serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and severe persistent mental illness, has acquired Coastal Southeastern United Care.

Rural Tech Talk Held To Discuss Digital Divide

A rural tech talk and technology career hiring fair was held on the campus of Northeastern Technical College in Dillon on Thursday, September 30th presented by NETC and Spectrum.

Ribbon-Cutting Of Duke Energy’s First Park & Plug Charger In South Carolina Held At South Of The Border

The ribbon-cutting of Duke Energy’s first Park & Plug charger in South Carolina was held at South of the Border on Friday, September 24th.

Roundtable To Focus On Impact Of Broadband Connectivity

As part of a continuous commitment to expand broadband access, representatives of Spectrum and Northeastern Technical College (NETC) are joined by state Sen. Kent Williams and state Rep. Jackie Hayes to host a roundtable discussion focused on the impact of broadband connectivity in rural and unserved areas.

Helping Hands Free Medical Clinic Of Marion County To Close September 30

After serving the county for twenty years with programs and services to the uninsured and underinsured of Marion County, the Helping Hands Free Medical Clinic (HHFMC) will close on September 30th, 2021.

MDT Secures Long-Term Lease With Harbor Freight Tools

Marlboro Development Team, Inc. (MDT) is pleased to announce they have secured a long-term lease with Harbor Freight Tools on a new 253,800 square foot Class A industrial development located at 791 W. Fairfield Road in the I-95 Megasite in Dillon County, SC.