Category: News

Free Pee Dee Area COVID-19 Testing And Vaccination Clinics for Sept. 25-30

COVID-19 Free Community Testing Events scheduled, vaccination clinics, free rapid tests

Making Dillon County A Better Place

On Tuesday, September 19, Allen Watts, who had a shoulder replacement about 6 weeks ago, was working on roof on a house on East Jackson Street in Dillon, S.C., replacing the shingles.

Child Passenger Safety Week Being Observed

With the start of Child Passenger Safety Week (Sept. 17-23) on Sunday, Sept. 17, the Division of Injury and Substance Abuse Prevention (DISAP) at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reminds caregivers how important it is to correctly use child safety seats to protect children while traveling in vehicles.

Coroner Releases Identities Of Two Recent Victims

Coroner Donnie Grimsley has released the identities of two recent victims.

September Is National Preparedness Month

The American Red Cross of South Carolina urges everyone to get ready for emergencies, like home fires and other disasters, by making preparedness a priority this September during National Preparedness Month.

DCHI Accepting Applications For Pumpkin And Sweet Potato Cooking Contest

The Dillon County Health Initiative is now accepting applications for the Second Annual Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Cooking Contest.

City Of Dillon And SC Works Holding Job Fair On Oct. 4th

The City of Dillon and SC Works will bring employers and job seekers together on Wednesday, October 4th at a job fair.

Nominations Due For Veteran Of The Year On Sept. 30

Dillon County Veteran of the Year Organization is accepting nominations for the Veteran of The Year.

Free Online Tutoring Available Through S.C. Virtual Library

Discus, in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Education, now offers free access to for South Carolina residents – free, real-time tutoring, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for English and Spanish speakers.

Lake View Kicks Off ‘Paint The Town’ (with photo gallery)

The Town of Lake View kicked off the “Paint This Town Project” on Monday, September 4. The group began with property one, the Town of Lake View Police Department.