Study Shows Libraries As Crucial Link For Jobs And State Services

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Based on new state research as part of a national report, South Carolina’s public libraries are utilized today as resources for workforce and economic development, and as the crucial link to essential electronic government (e-government) services.

Man Killed In Wreck

A man was killed in a wreck at Pearlie Road and Gaddy’s Mill Road about 5:22 a.m. on Monday.

Vision Educational Center Continues The Legacy Of Dr. Carter G. Woodson: ‘The Torch Is Ours’

February marks what is known as Black History Month. The origins of Black History Month date back to 1926 when Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the father of black history, recognized that the history of African Americans was being ignored and misrepresented.

Area News Briefs

A round-up of local/area news briefs.

Court-Appointed Investigator Is In Dillon County

The investigator appointed by Judge Paul Burch at County Councilman Macio Williamson’s court hearing to look into Dillon County is here and is at work.

Tuesday’s Issue Of The Dillon Herald

Be sure to pick up your copy of Tuesday’s issue of The Dillon Herald.

Marianne Borders Serving As Area readySC™ Project Coordinator

The SC Technical College System’s readySC™ program has promoted Marianne Borders to Area Project Manager working as the System’s primary economic development contact for York, Chester, Lancaster, Chesterfield, Marlboro and Dillon counties.

HJGT Becoming Mainstay in South Carolina

With 12 tournaments in South Carolina for the 2011 season, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) is fully committed to becoming a fixture in the Palmetto State for years to come.

Man Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle

A man who was walking on Lester Road on Sunday night was struck by a vehicle and died, according to Coroner Donnie Grimsley.