After a nearly hour-long executive session in the second called council meeting this week, Dillon County Administrator David Mobley resigned from his position effective at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 10th.
On November 8th, The Dillon Herald submitted a Freedom Of Information Act request to David Mobley to determine whether or not the county had retained Wyche, Burgess, Freeman, and Parham, P.A. of Greenville or Carl F. Muller for any legal proceedings.
GSESC is seeking a $250,000 grant from Pepsi to provide maintenance and repair work to historic buildings and other properties at the Camp Low Country site in Cordesville.
The Dillon Herald is giving away a limited number of centennial issues on a first come, first serve basis.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking to return about $5 million in undelivered refund checks to taxpayers in the Carolinas. Some of this money is owed to Dillon County residents.
Larry W. Dennis
Memorial services for Rev. Larry W. Dennis, September 3, 1949- November 12, 2010, will be held on Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. at Sardis Baptist Church, 239 Sardis Road, Latta, SC. The public is invited.
Bo McInnis of the Dillon County Political Action Committee (PAC) recently sent a Freedom of Information Act request to SLED in reference to the investigation of the Dillon County Fire Department.
The Board of Law Examiners has reported that Tiffany D. Gibson has successfully passed the South Carolina Bar July 2010 examination. The Supreme Court of South Carolina will administer the oath of office and enroll Ms. Gibson as an member of the Bar of this State at 2:30 pm, on Monday, November 29, 2010, in the Koger Center for the Arts, Downtown Columbia, SC.
Each year, Marlboro County Rescue presents an award for a heroic or life-saving act. Any person in Marlboro County, or one of its bordering counties, is eligible for this award. The award will be presented in December at Marlboro County Rescue’s Annual Christmas Party.