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A cell tower nearby? Some residents say no

At a special hearing Monday, citizens and business representatives got their say on the future of a cell tower planned for construction in the Mont Clare community.

Society Hill council gives initial OK to a bigger budget

As Mayor Tommy Bradshaw pronounced Society Hill “in good shape” financially, Town Council last week gave preliminary approval to a $247,000 budget for next fiscal year.

Lamar to raise water, sewer, garbage rates

Lamar residents will soon see increases on their monthly municipal services.

Memorial Day BBQ tips

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. For many,...

School district’s budget looking ‘teacher-friendly, employee-friendly’

The Darlington County school board has launched next fiscal year’s budget plan, a proposed $95 million package that would give every school district employee at least a 4 percent pay raise.

Hartsville honors Sonoco, peace officers, and forwards budget

At their May 14 regular meeting, Hartsville City Council took a few moments to acknowledge the contributions of two key pillars of the community: the Hartsville Police Department and Sonoco Products Co.

Hartsville High athletics director resigns

Jamie Horton, Hartsville High School’s athletics director, has announced...

Darlington junior legion baseball gets ready for season with new coach

While the high school baseball season might officially be over, the summer months are just now approaching and this is the time where all high school baseball players work on perfecting their craft.

Coker College’s Acrobatics and Tumbling team inks first signee in program history

The Coker College Acrobatics and Tumbling team has added the first recruit...

Darlington High’s Hare signs with Converse College

Darlington High School student-athlete Cameron Hare will play women’s...

Coker chooses new basketball coach

Coker College Vice President of Athletics and Athletic Facilities Lynn...

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.

Obituaries – May 22, 2019

Laverne W. McKnight, Amy Chaplin Cowick, Norton James

Obituaries – May 15, 2019

Mary Glenn Everett Mozingo, Grady Franklin Tadlock, Frances Johnson Davis

Obituaries – May 8, 2019

Cheryl Blackmon Suggs, Carolyn Jacobs Wagoner, Ed Mauldin

Obitaries – May 1, 2019

Arthur B. Mooneyhan, Jonna Michelle Huggins, Michael Andrews

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

Living on the West End (Mill Village): A school year

May, 1930s! Choose your year!

The lineman saw it coming

You see some intriguing sights along the back roads.

Living on Purpose – Do you have God’s joy in your heart?

Do you remember that old song in vacation Bible School that said, “I’ve got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart?”

Thanks for making Clean Up Darlington Day a success

On Saturday, April 27, we had more than 60 people gather downtown to show...

Living on Purpose – Peace, joy and perfect health for all

I have a few antique clocks and for those who are somewhat familiar with these fascinating machines, you also know what a frustration they are to keep running.

Living on the West End: The Old Mill

I remember the old mill!

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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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