Category: News

Southside-Ashpole Elementary School To Start With Virtual School

Southside-Ashpole Elementary School has announced that school will be done virtually the first nine weeks, according to Dr. Kenneth Bowen.

Dillon County Theatre Board Receives Two COVID Relief Grants

The Dillon County Theatre Board has received two COVID Relief grants.

Daniels Still Serving At Dillon Herald Contrary To Rumors

Johnnie Daniels is not leaving The Dillon Herald and is still the General Manager and Advertising Director of The Dillon Herald.

Dillon City Council Renews Lease At Golf Course

The Dillon City Council approved a two-year lease agreement for the golf course at a recent meeting. Upon a motion by Councilman James Washington and a second by Councilman Douglas Jackson, the lease agreement was approved in a 5-1 vote.

IRS Announces ‘Dirty Dozen’ List Of Tax Scams

The Internal Revenue Service announced its annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams with a special emphasis on aggressive and evolving schemes related to coronavirus tax relief, including Economic Impact Payments.

Walk- & Bike-A-thon For Huntington’s Disease Set For August 15th

The sixth annual Walk- & Bike-A-thon for Huntington’s Disease will be held on Saturday, August 15 at 8:00 a.m. at the Town Clock on MacArthur Avenue

Voter Registration Deadline Is October 5th

Political campaigns are gearing up for the home stretch. The November election day is just around the corner and will be here before you know it.

Gas Prices Going Down In Carolinas

Gas prices pushed downward three cents at most in the Carolinas, as the liability for prices to change rapidly and unpredictably is deemed low.

Dillon High School Registration Planned

Dillon High School registration sessions will be held using the following dates and time.

Dillon LTRG Provides High Quality Disaster Assistance

The Dillon County Long Term Recovery Group is a nonprofit organization that has been providing high quality disaster assistance since Hurricane Matthew.