Category: Government

Government news at the state and local levels

Senator Kent Williams On American Heart Month

If you’re like most people, you think that heart disease is a problem for other folks. However, many are suffering from heart disease without realizing it.

Latta Mayor Tells Dillon County Council They Have A Problem

Latta mayor Nancy Brigman appeared before the Dillon County Council to discuss the utilities re-location of water and sewer lines that is being required by SCDOT (South Carolina Department of Transportation).

Council Elects Chair, Vice-Chair

The Dillon County Council elected a new chairman and vice-chairman at their meeting on Wednesday.

County Council Proclaims Black History Month

The Dillon County Council has proclaimed Black History Month.

Election Commission Appreciates Assistance

We, the members of the Dillon County Election Commission, wish to thank the Poll Clerks and Poll Managers who worked the January 21 Primary. It was a long day and each of you made the election go smoothly and without major problems.

New County Council Chairman Selected

A new county council chairman and vice-chairman were selected at the council’s regular meeting on Wednesday.

AG Attorney Says Council Is In Compliance With Judge’s Order

An attorney for the S.C. Attorney General’s Office says that the investigation has shown that Dillon County is in compliance with Judge Burch’s order.

County Council Court Hearing Set

The Dillon Herald has learned that a hearing for the Dillon County Council will be held Tuesday, January 17th at 12 noon at the Dillon County Courthouse.

Dillon City Council Meets

The Dillon City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night.

SLED Investigating Reports Of Dead People Voting

To secure our state elections and the integrity of every ballot, South Carolina lawmakers passed a Voter ID law last year supported by more than ¾ of all citizens.