As Rebuilding Prices Rise, Make Sure Your Insurance Keeps Up

Many a homeowner has been jolted to discover the market value of his personal castle has dropped – the sales price it would bring today might even be less than what’s owed on the mortgage.

City Reps Meet With Pee Dee COG Officials

City Manager Glen Wagner, along with Lonnie Dye and Hardy Jackson, met with Pee Dee COG recently about the elevated tank.

Freight Train Speeds To Increase In Dillon, Mullins Beginning November 7th

CSX Transportation Inc. (CSXT) will increase train speeds in the towns of Dillon and Mullins.

Two Sentenced In Stutts Murder

Two people were sentenced in the August 2009 murder of 75-year-old Mary Alice Stutts of Dillon on Thursday.

Gaddy’s Mill Precinct Moved

The Dillon County Election Commission has moved the Gaddy’s Mill precinct.

Mary Freitas Speaks To AARP Group

The Dillon Area Chapter #5336 of AARP, Inc. met on Monday, October 11, 2010, in the meeting room of the Council for the Aging at 2:00 p.m. with 26 members and 1 guest in attendance.

Misty Bethea Named Distinguished Reading Teacher

Misty Bethea, 4th grade teacher at LES, has been selected to represent Pee Dee International Reading Association (PDIRA) as the 2010-2011 Distinguished Reading Teacher.

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.