Category: News

Man Shot Multiple Times On Saturday

A man was shot multiple times on Saturday at his residence on Westover Road in the Oak Grove area, according to Sheriff Jamie Hamitlon.

USC’s Carolina Band Invited To 2024 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade®

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® committee has announced the Carolina Band as one of their premier bands selected to perform in the 2024 parade.

Governor Signs Ceremonial Alzheimer’s Bill

Governor Henry McMaster was joined by the South Carolina Alzheimer’s Association, state agency leaders, and members of the General Assembly for a ceremonial bill signing of S. 569, which requires the advisory council for the Department on Aging’s Alzheimer’s Resource Coordination Center to maintain and update a comprehensive statewide plan to address Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

CareSouth Carolina Planning Community Health Fair

CareSouth Carolina is excited to announce its upcoming Community Health Fair, an event aimed at connecting communities with a wide range of healthcare resources and support.

New 4-H Year Begins

September 1st was the first day of our new 4-H year! 4-H is open to youth ages 5-18.

‘Generation Zapped’ Now Available At The Dillon County Library, Lake View, and Latta

The Dillon County Library has recently received by donation the award-winning documentary film “Generation Zapped” for patrons.
Peter Sullivan, Executive Director states, “the film features an impressive array of international scientist and public health policy experts.”

Recent Hurricane Outlook Update Shows Above-Normal Season

Scientists at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center — a division of the National Weather Service — have increased their prediction for the ongoing 2023 Atlantic hurricane season from a near-normal level of activity to an above-normal level of activity with their recent update.

Nominations Being Sought For Veteran Of The Year

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

Dillon Man Pleads Guilty In Two Separate Cases

A Dillon man entered pleas in two separate cases on Monday to misdemeanor charges.

Free Regional COVID-19 Community Testing And Vaccinations: September 2, 2023-September 9, 2023

Free Regional COVID-19 Community Testing And Vaccinations: September 2, 2023-September 9, 2023