Group Goes On Mission Trip To Haiti

A group has recently returned from a mission trip to Jacmel, Haiti.

$200,000 Palmetto Cash Five Ticket Sold In Dillon

Someone is holding a Palmetto Cash 5 ticket worth $200,000. The ticket was purchased from Breaker’s #117 at 700 Hwy. 301 N. in Dillon. The Palmetto Cash 5 ticket for the Tuesday, April 6 drawing matched all five numbers drawn. The ticket holder purchased Power-Up for an additional $1, to multiply the $100,000 winnings by “2” to $200,000.

Ten Money-Smart Tips For Your Tax Refund Offered

Tax season is nearly over, and millions of Americans will receive checks in the mail in the coming weeks from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Tax refunds can help you reach your financial goals and build a cushion against future expenses.

SCDOT 511 Traveler System Receives More Than 100,000 Calls

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) announces that its 511 Traveler Information System has received more than 100,000 calls since the system was activated in the fall of 2010.

Dillon Couple Shares ‘Stacks Of Cash’ Prize

A Dillon couple are splitting a $200,000 lottery prize.

Naptime Over For 13-Year Cicadas, Forestry Commission Says

It will be all the buzz in the coming weeks. The emergence of the 13-year periodical cicadas is expected in South Carolina this spring and summer and if their plump bodies, veined wings, or big orange eyes don’t get your attention, their love songs will.

NESA Hosts Consultant Event

The North Eastern Strategic Alliance (NESA), an economic development organization encompassing South Carolina’s northeast region, last week held the third in its series of consultant events focused on keeping local economic developers abreast of the latest relevant industry trends and best practices.

Groundbreakings Set For School Projects

On Monday, April 18th, the official groundbreakings for the school projects will be held.

Bond Set On Former LHS Band Director

A bond was set on former Latta High School Band Director Tyler Hutto on Friday afternoon by Chief Magistrate Judge Mackie Hayes. Hayes set a $50,000 bond on two charges of criminal sexual conduct-second degree with stipulations.