Newseum Adds Metro Creative Graphics To Its Permanent Collection

Metro Creative Graphics has another reason to celebrate in 2010. In addition to marking its 100th anniversary, the company made history in a different way upon learning that its catalog of advertising art from 1937 had been accepted into the permanent collection of the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Dillon County Public-Private Partnership Board Meeting Minutes

Minutes from the Dillon County Public-Private Partnership Board.

Master Sergeant Retires

On October 1, 2010 at 3:00 p.m., a retirement ceremony was held in honor of Master Sergeant Edward D. McNeil at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. Master Sergeant McNeil, a Dillon native, was honored for 21 years of distinguished service.

First Steps Board Candidates Announced

The Dillon County First Steps Partnership Board has announced the candidates seeking approval to serve as officers for the next year.

Fire Chiefs Association Meets

Dillon County Fire Chiefs Association met on September 2, 2010 at B&C Steakhouse.

McDonald’s Robbed

An armed robbery occurred at the McDonald’s on Highway 38 West on October 17th.
According to Captain Cliff Arnette, shortly after midnight, two black males, who were armed and had on hoodies and disguises, entered the store and demanded all of the money.

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.