Category: Area

News from the local area

McLeod Health Dillon Recognizes Teen Volunteers

McLeod Health Dillon recently recognized 14 area teens for their participation in the 2023 Summer Teen Volunteer Program.

Drop Off Food Items For Local Veterans

The Dillon Herald newspaper, located at 505 Highway 301 North, Dillon, is a drop off point for in-date canned, jarred/bottled goods, or boxed goods for Help For Veterans.

Habitat For Humanity Conducting Prospective Homeowners Meeting

Marion-Dillon County Habitat for Humanity will be conducting a prospective homeowner informational meeting on Wednesday, August 30th at 6:00 p.m.

Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Death In Rowland

The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 28-year-old South Carolina woman who died after being shot at a local Dragway.

Sheriff’s Office Seeking Two Individuals In Burglary

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance in locating the following individuals in reference to a burglary.

The Pages Drop Pop Top Tabs At Ronald McDonald House

Dr. Miranda E. Page, school counselor at East Elementary School, and Cedric Page recently delivered pop top tabs to the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston, SC.

Help For Veterans Health Fair Set For October 19th

The Help For Veterans Health and Information Fair is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 from 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the City of Dillon Wellness Center, 1647 Commerce Drive, Dillon.

Dillon Mayor, DCA Director Excited About Work Downtown And Potential For Dillon

Dillon Mayor Tally McColl and Dillon Community Alliance Executive Director Stephanie Mitchell are excited about the work occurring on Main Street and about the potential of the downtown area.

Jamie Hamilton Sworn In As Interim Sheriff Of Dillon County (with photo gallery)

In a small ceremony in the historic Dillon County Courthouse in the main courtroom, James “Jamie” Hamilton was sworn in as the interim Sheriff of Dillon County on Monday afternoon.

ABB Donates To Lake View’s ‘Paint The Town’ Project

Anderson Brothers Bank meet with the Mayor of Lake View, Sterling Lee, and Revitalization Committee member Brittany Melvin to present a donation of $2500 to the town’s upcoming ‘Paint the Town’ project.