2020: The Year In Review

2020 has been a year like no other. Here are some of the headlines that made news in the year 2020:

Fourth Circuit Solicitor’s Office Issues Mandatory Court Appearance List

The Fourth Circuit Solicitor’s Office has issued a mandatory court appearance list.

S.C. Public Health Officials Provide Update On COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Efforts

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today (Dec. 31) provided the following update on the state’s distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, including the state’s progress in vaccinating those in Phase 1a and ongoing efforts to protect the health and safety of all South Carolinians:

Durant Children’s Fourth Judicial Circuit Satellite Center Re-accredited

The Elizabeth Pettigrew Durant Children’s Fourth Judicial Circuit Satellite Center has been awarded re-accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review process.

Deadly Shooting Occurs In Newtown Community

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly shooting that occurred in the Newtown Community of Dillon County Sunday night, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

U.S. Attorney Warns Public About Coronavirus Vaccine Scams

With the Coronavirus vaccine being distributed across the country, United States Attorney Peter M. McCoy, Jr. warns South Carolinians to be on high alert for fraudsters seeking to take advantage of the pandemic.

Medical Experts Discuss COVID-19 Vaccine

A group of medical experts held an online panel with hundreds of journalists around the United States and the world to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine through an event set up by Poynter, a non-profit journalism school and research organization.

Red Cross Urges Public To Heat Home Safely To Avoid Fires

As temperatures across South Carolina continue to drop the American Red Cross of South Carolina urges everyone to safely heat their home to avoid home fires.

COVID-19 Vaccination Of Dillon County Healthcare Workers Begins

DR. PHIL WALLACE, a local physician and Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Dillon, receives the first COVID-19 vaccine shot in Dillon County.