On August 8, Sheriff Tony Chavis promoted Cpl. Thomas Fratus to the rank of...
Motorists traveling on North Fifth Street will see the next phase of...
Darlington County Council held its regular meeting August 7.
The fiber industry is coming back to Darlington County.
Hartsville City Council’s August 8 regular meeting started out anything but regular, with the city receiving two state awards for outstanding downtown development.
Several town buildings in Society Hill will soon have new roofs after a unanimous vote from town council during their regular August meeting.
Bennettsville – It was a tough learning experience for the Darlington Falcons.
The Florence Darlington Technical College softball team will host a recruit...
Coker women’s basketball inks two Division I transfers, as announced by coach Shannon Johnson.
After winning the 2016 Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. returned to the track on August 1.
TEMPE, Ariz. – The Coker College men’s tennis team has been...
GRAND LAKE, Colo. – Coker’s Kaitlyn Kimball of the women’s...
Edward Emmett (Woody) Boyle, Jr., Elizabeth C. Buckingham, John R. Skinner, Jr, Jack Smith and Larry Joe Suggs
Tommy Eugene Perkins, Aileen Dennis Odom, Patrick Brown, and Patricia Jackson
Vivian Nell Gandy, Daniel Allen Nutter, Betty Baker, William Martin Boyce, and Sarah Ruth Robinson Kinsaul
Ralph Amon Richardson, Happy Clark, Mary Beth Tyson and Hannah Jean Bonaparte
Dorothy Mae Cranford Floyd and
Over the last several years our agency has done a great number of things to help those who are less fortunate.
Here’s the issue: SCANA (the parent company of South Carolina Electric and Gas) and Santee Cooper (the state-owned utility that provides power for 11 local electric co-ops) tried to build two nuclear reactors and failed.
South Carolina businesses are much more likely to be white-owned than businesses on average in the U.S., and less likely to be owned by women.
August is here, bringing memories from away back when.
Cindi Ross Scoppe is one of the most important people in South Carolina.
According to a contract obtained by the Post and Courier, the former head of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Catherine Templeton, accepted a contract with the agency just one day after she left her position in January of 2015
By Melissa Rollins,Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Darlington Raceway...
Amberly Anne Allen and Dargan Edwards Brasington were married on Saturday,...
COLUMBIA– In a 77 page opinion, the South Carolina Supreme Court reversed...
Before you peer towards the heavens to view the Great American Eclipse on...
Coker College added Halle Thompson to is athletics administrative staff, Dr....
The Darlington Lions Club is proud to announce the recipient of the 2017...