Defendant Gets Two Natural Life Sentences Plus 80 Years In Murder Of Mary Stutts

Damien Inman was found guilty in General Sessions Court on Thursday of all charges in the murder of 75-year-old Mary Alice Stutts in August 2009.

South Carolina Department of Transportation Freight Transportation and Rail Advisory Committee Chair Named

Deborah B. Harwell of Myrtle Beach has been named Chairman of the newly formed South Carolina Department of Transportation Freight Transportation and Rail Advisory Committee. Phil Byrd of St. George has been named Vice Chairman.

State Board Approves ‘Teach For America’ Alternative Certification Guidelines

South Carolina’s State Board of Education approved a new alternative teacher certification path for Teach For America corps members, marking a key step toward Teach For America’s possible expansion into South Carolina.

$10,000 Powerball® Ticket Sold in Dillon Set to Expire

If you purchase Powerball® tickets from Tiger Mart #21 at 905 Radfort Blvd. in Dillon, you should check your summer tickets.

Jury Selected In Stutts Murder Trial

A little over a month after his brother received two life sentences in the murder and kidnapping of 75-year-old Mary Alice Stutts of Dillon, a trial is being held for Damien Inman in the same case before the same judge.

Car Goes Into Water At Harllee’s Bridge (Updated)

A car went into the water at Harllee’s Bridge on Saturday morning, according to Detective Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office. (With Photo Slide Show from the scene)

County Administrator Mobley Resigns

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.

Administrator Says Herald’s FOIA Request Is Being Processed

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.

Girl Scouts Need Your Vote To Win Grant Funds For Camp LowCountry Repairs

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.