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Letters to Santa Request 2017

The News & Press will publish our annual Letters to Santa special...

Darlington County Sheriff’s Office releases crime map to public

Darlington County Sheriff Tony Chavis has announced that the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Southern Software, the records management software provider for the Sheriff’s Office, and LexisNexis Risk Solutions to provide a new way for the public to stay informed about crime in Darlington County.

Complaints about City of Darlington election land on SLED’s desk

There have been at least two reports of absentee voter intimidation in the...

Two races in Darlington County head to run-off election

The voters in Darlington County did not come out in droves Nov. 7; quite the opposite in fact.

DCIT panel discusses women in manufacturing

The Darlington County Institute of Technology convened a panel discussion on Monday, November 6 to brainstorm new methods for bringing more young women into the fields of industry and manufacturing.

Sheriff to discuss church security with local religious leaders

Darlington County Sheriff Tony Chavis has announced that he will meet with...

Lamar smashes HKT quickly in second round of playoffs

Quick, fast and dominate; those are the three words used to describe Lamar this past Friday as the Silver Foxes began their quest to make a third straight state championship appearance.

Cobra Softball signs seven in early signing period

Coker College Head Softball Coach Travis McCall announced the signing of...

GSSM Wins 2017 Cross Country State Championship

The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics’...

Cobras compete in Hokie Open

ROANOKE, VA- The Coker wrestling team traveled to the Berglund Center Nov. 5...

Hartsville strikes quick and early, routes the Bruins

Behind a 21-point first quarter, the Hartsville Red Foxes cruised to a 45-6 victory in the opening round of 4A football playoffs against the Orangeburg-Wilkinson Bruins at home this past Friday.

FDTC’s Preston McDonald named ABCA/Diamond sports NJCAA D1 Eastern Region Coach of the Year

Following Florence-Darlington Technical College’s (FDTC) first visit to...

Week of November 15, 2017

Betty M. Kirven, Bobby H. Byrd, Jr., Donald L. Glock, Harry L. Harrington, Julia Weaver and George Kornegay

Week of November 8, 2017

John E. Ward, Elaine Morse Edwards, Benny Buck and Lillie Mae “Doe” Jackson-Sims

Week of Nov. 1, 2017

David Reynolds Colburn, Joseph L. Howle, Louise Mouzon and Oleene Hamrick Gettys

Week of Oct. 25, 2017

Edith V. Lyde, Patricia G. Watford, Ruby Perkins and Patsy Watford Moody

Week of October 18, 2017

Carolyn White, Margaret Atkinson Wester and Anna Parker

Week of October 11, 2017

Darrell Talbert, Wayne Smothers and Bobby Lee Tucker

The Rabbit Hunt

November is here and turkey is on the mind of a lot of folk.

The State Budget Process: Law vs. Reality

On November 1, state law requires that the annual budget process begins.

The Grocery List

There is a lot that can be said in favor of the way that most of the folk that I knew did their grocery shopping.

A Moment with Hartsville’s Marketing and Events Coordinator

People often have the misconception that small cities have nothing going on, but that’s not the case for Hartsville.

Transparency is under the rug

Police across South Carolina and America have spent millions of dollars on officer body cameras.

Salem Black River Presbyterian vandalism

Some of you may associate my name with photographs of beautiful old churches.

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Train up a child and continue praying

Every child, whether they turned out wonderful or less than desirable, is to some degree the product of a mom and dad.

Maxie Joy: I’m proud to be a veteran

A native son returned to Lamar on Nov. 10 to serve as the keynote speaker for the Civitan’s annual Veterans Day Celebration, held at the Lamar Veterans Park.

Darlington honors Veterans during annual ceremony

The annual Veterans Day ceremony held on North Main Street at the Darlington Veterans Memorial drew crowds of veterans, their families and friends, and many citizens who came to show appreciation for the men and women who serve in our nation’s military.

DHS Marching Falcons take home Champion title

DHS Marching Falcons celebrated Oct. 21 in Columbia after the first W. J. Keenan High School BOTB Competition after winning Best Drum Major, Best Horn Line, Best Dance Line, Best Flag Line, Superior Rating, First Place in category 4A, and Grand Champions. Contributed Photo

Windham named to Harp Ensemble

GREENVILLE– Bob Jones University recently named Kimberly Windham of...

USDA names SC directors of Farm Service Agency and Rural Development

COLUMBIA – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced Friday the...

“Taste of Christmas” coming November 2

  Want to whet your appetite for the holidays and help local children...


Events and Happenings from around Darlington County. Send us your events for...


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