Category: News

Home And Industrial Electric And Plumbing Supplies Celebrating 46 Years In Business

Home & Industrial Electric and Plumbing Supplies opened for business in 1976 on the Mount Calvary Road, Dillon. It was owned and operated by Leroy and Helen Hayes.

VIDEO: Dillon County Transportation Committee Meeting, Nov. 3, 2022

VIDEO: Dillon County Transportation Committee Meeting, Nov. 3, 2022

Farm Bureau Survey Shows Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Up 20 Percent

Spending time with family and friends at Thanksgiving remains important for many Americans and this year the cost of the meal is also top of mind.

Community Clean-up Day Set For Nov. 19th In Latta

A Community Clean-Up Day will be held in Latta on Saturday, November 19, from 7:00 a.m.-12 p.m.

MPD Announces Winter Rate Decrease

MPD Electric Cooperative is pleased to provide its residential members of both Marlboro Electric Cooperative (MEC) and Pee Dee Electric Cooperative (PDEC) with a 4% winter rate decrease for the month of December 2022 and the months of January and February 2023.

Good Samaritan Returns Lost Wallet

There are still Good Samaritans among us. Latrae Campbell Woodberry reported to us that Charlene Williams of Latta returned Woodberry’s lost wallet totally intact and didn’t accept a gift.

State Agencies Triple Spending On Travel In 2022

State agencies collectively tripled their spending on travel in fiscal year 2022 compared to amounts spent a year earlier.

Six Individuals Indicted In Marion

Following an investigation by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), the Marion County Grand Jury indicted six individuals on Thursday, November 3, 2022.

Forestry Has Huge Economic Impact On South Carolina’s Economy

South Carolina Forestry Commission officials announced the economic impact of the state’s forestry sector Thursday, citing a recently commissioned Economic Impact Analysis for Planning (IMPLAN) study.

Protect You And Your Family From RSV And The Flu

Children’s Hospitals, Pediatric Intensive Care Units, Emergency Rooms, Urgent Cares and Pediatrician Offices across the nation are experiencing a surge of babies and young children with a common respiratory illness that can cause severe breathing problems.