Dillon Mayor Says Public-Private Partnership Moving Forward

Dillon Mayor Todd Davis said at the city’s council meeting on Monday night that the Dillon County Public-Private Partnership Economic Development Board is moving forward.

Deadline Extended To October 26th To Enter Herald’s Baby Contest

The deadline has been extended through October 26th to enter The Dillon Herald’s baby contest. Only two more babies are needed to get the contest underway. Babies who are under two years are eligible to participate.

Healthcare Facility Infection Rates Report Updated

COLUMBIA – Updated information on healthcare-associated infections is now available online, as hospitals and other healthcare facilities now report the data every six months, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced today.

SCDOT Seeks Public Comment on the State Management Plan for the Office of Public Transit

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has opened the public comment period for the updated State Management Plan (SMP) related to public transit in South Carolina. The SMP was last updated in December 2007.

FCA Director Speaks to Dillon’s FCA Club

John Rickenbacker, a 1980 graduate of Dillon High School, spoke to his alma mater’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Club on Friday, September 24, 2010.

Man Walks For Christ

This man was seen by many walking through Dillon County on Monday.

County Administrator’s Evaluation Delayed

The Herald has been informed that the evaluation of County Administrator David Mobley has been delayed.

County Administrator’s Evaluation Delayed

The Herald has been informed that the evaluation of County Administrator David Mobley has been delayed.

Charges Dismissed Against Sign Man

The charges against Richard Gough have been dismissed without prejudice. Gough had been charged in connection with removing a candidate’s political signs.