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Darlington prepares for National Day of Prayer

Today, Darlington Mayor Gloria C. Hines (seated) signed a proclamation...

Darlington park will memorialize fallen officers

A dedication ceremony was held April 16 for the planned Terrence Carraway Fallen Officers Memorial Park at the corner of South Main Street and Avenue D in Darlington.

State awards for the Darlington Garden Club

You need only look around downtown Darlington to see the positive impact made by members of the Darlington Garden Club, but their work goes far beyond installing and maintaining flower pots around the Public Square.

Church News – April 24, 2019

Please send your church news and photos to: editor@newsandpress.net Singing...

Helicopter Easter Egg Drop and Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt

The annual Helicopter Easter Egg Drop and Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt,...

Pilot Club donates flag to Veterans memorial

A bright new American flag now waves over the Darlington Veterans Memorial, thanks to a donation from the Darlington Pilot Club.

Hot bats, stellar pitching and stout defense lead Darlington Falcons past Manning

A good start, a good middle and a good finish resulted in the Darlington Falcons run-ruling the Manning Monarchs 11-1 in six innings at home April 15.

DHS student signs with North Greenville University football

Darlington High School student-athlete Nathaniel Joe signed a letter of...

LHS student signs with USC-Salkehatchie basketball

Lamar High School student-athlete La’Quan “Nari” Coe celebrated her...

Poor defense, lack of hitting sets up shutout loss for Falcons

A good start soured by an atrocious third inning sealed Darlington’s fate against the Red Foxes as Hartsville defeated the Falcons 10-0 in six innings Saturday in Hartsville.

Coker’s Smith honored as Elite 20 Award winner

Coker College women’s golfer Kelli Smith was selected as the 2019...

New faces, old faces and tough competition for Lamar baseball

Ever since taking over, head coach Adam Windham and the Lamar Silver Foxes have enjoyed success.

Obituaries – April 24, 2019

Danny Edward Hill, Joyce Knight, Dianne Watford Amerson

Obituaries – April 17, 2019

Mary McFadden Clanton, Ann McElveen Davis, Maggie Truett McCutcheon

Obituaries – April 10, 2019

Timothy Reeves Fields, Cennie Lee Hamlin DuBose, Christine Weaver Hursey, Geraldine Williamson, Melvin Watford Sr.

Obituaries – April 3, 2019

Kay Munn, Sarah Wright Calivas, Marion O. Howle, William Howard Godbold, Sybil Garland Kelly

Obituaries – March 27, 2019

Thelma Galloway McKay Dudley, Junior Bell

Obituaries – March 20, 2019

Jeannette Crews Odom, Walter Earl Gibson Sr., Eliza Jane Bess

Living on the West End (Mill Village): The Cypress Tree

The cypress tree stood at the edge of the waters of Swift Creek. All of my readers know by now that Swift Creek crawls like a long black snake through parts of Darlington on its way to rendezvous with Black Creek.

Two zoos with Civil War connections

I’ve only been to two zoos, Riverbanks, in Columbia, and when I was a boy the one in Atlanta.

Building a ladder to your dreams

There are certain spiritual laws similar to the natural law of gravity that may be difficult to understand yet they are true and important keys to victorious living.

Surfside Beach replays Darlington’s ‘public-comment’ fight

Ever have a family feud over an odd problem that you’re sure no one else has ever fought about?

Living on the West End: The old house

“This old house is getting shaky,
“This old house is getting old.

Let’s name a school after educator Bonaparte

Just a simple idea. What a wonderful time to do a series of stories on past...

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‘The best of anybody, the best of all there is’ – The ‘strongest pound-for-pound powerlifter on the planet’ is from Darlington

Before we can tell you exactly what Darlington resident Stacy Burr did, we need to explain a couple of things.

‘You get to know a lot of people’: The Darlington Rotary Club marks 50 years

Rotary International’s mission: “Provide service to others, promote integrity and advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through our fellowship of business, professional and community leaders.”

‘No-nonsense, cool and full of wisdom,’ Davis celebrates 100

Family members from California, New York, Virginia, Florida and all over South Carolina converged on Shoney’s Restaurant in Hartsville over the weekend to celebrate the 100th birthday of their beloved patriarch, Johnny Davis of Lydia.

“Cold Moon” over Darlington tonight

The “Cold Moon” as seen from Darlington SC! Be sure to check it...

Burr sets new records, new goals

Please don’t read this as a criticism, but Stacy Burr just doesn’t know when to quit.

Darlington Post Office honors veterans

U.S. Post Office mail carriers have long been hailed for their commitment to duty, as evidenced by the unofficial motto “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”

Students stage Red Ribbon march against drugs

Students at Hartsville’s Washington Street Elementary School took to...

Screen on the Green returns for 2018 season

Screen on the Green will launch May 26 with a showing of Top Gun in Burry...

“Taste of Christmas” coming November 2

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


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