Category: News

The Band Of Oz Performs At First Friday At The Fountain

0 Anderson Brothers Bank and City of Dillon presented First Friday at the Fountain on Friday, July 5th at the South Plaza-Downtown Dillon, 100 South Railroad Avenue. The event was from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Dan E. Lockemy was the DJ. He kept the crowd entertained throughout the event. The Band Of Oz took the stage…

Scrubby’s Car Wash Opening Soon

0 The Dillon Herald recently interviewed Chase and Charles Howard about the upcoming opening of Scrubby’s Car Wash in Dillon. Both brothers expressed their excitement about bringing this new business to their community, emphasizing their deep ties to Dillon as locals who have actively contributed through fundraisers and community service initiatives. Chase Howard highlighted their…

Pedestrian Hit, Killed By Vehicle

0 According to Lance Corporal Lena Butler with SC Highway Patrol, a person has died from injuries after being hit by a vehicle. The incident occurred at a residence on Rabbit Island Road, about 3 miles south of Lake View on July 5, 2024. The person was hit by a 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier driving north…

Eats On The Street Held In Downtown Dillon

0 The City of Dillon held Eats on the Street on Wednesday, July 10th at S. Railroad Avenue  in Downtown Dillon. The event was from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. The following food trucks participated: Quick Serve, University Food Truck, Ashley’s Yummy Tummy, The Spicy Rooster, Platinum Desserts, Royal Sweets Boutique, Sunshine’s Sweet Creations, The Main Squeeze…

American Red Cross Assisting Family in Dillon County After House Fire

0 American Red Cross disaster-trained volunteers are assisting families whose home, located on N 12th Avenue, Dillon, was damaged by a fire early this morning. The Red Cross is helping three people by providing financial assistance for immediate needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, along with referrals to much needed resources.  Every second counts…

Lumber River United Way Offers Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library In Partnership With Dillon County Library

0 LUMBERTON, NC (4/9/2024)-Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and Lumber River United Way have been successful teams, bringing the joy of reading to Robeson County’s youngest children. Since 2012, Lumber River United Way has been an affiliate of the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program, distributing over 300,000 Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library books in Robeson County. Starting…

Lake View AAA All-Stars Compete In State Tournament

0 By Landry Collins The Lake View AAA All-Stars competed in the Dixie Youth Baseball Division 2 State Tournament over the weekend. They traveled to West Columbia to compete at Midland Park on Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday, July 7th, they resumed their game against Hartsville National at 9:30 AM after the game was suspended…

University Of SC And University of VA Enrolling Rural Residents For Online Weight Management Study

0 University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers, together with colleagues at the University of South Carolina, have received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to determine if online behavioral weight-management programs for rural residents can be improved by adding a human touch. The goal is to help residents of rural areas, where…

Detective Bethea Receives Best of the Best Plaque

0 By Vickie Rogers On June 26, at the Dillon County Council Meeting, Detective Ryan Bethea received The Dillon Herald Best of the Best plaque for Best Law Enforcement Officer for 2023. This award is voted on by the readers of The Dillon Herald. Detective Bethea began his law enforcement career with Dillon County Sheriff…

Construction Begins On Three Parks In Dillon

0 By Vickie Rogers Dillon County has begun work on three parks in Dillon County. According to Tim Harper, Dillon County Administrator, the park in Floydale and on Highway 301 North will feature walking tracks, shelter, benches, play area, and more.  Harper says both parks are 50-60 percent completed and expected to be open to…