COLUMBIA – The S.C. Department of Commerce gathered leaders from across the state on Monday, March 5 and Tuesday, March 6 for the 2018 South Carolina Rural Summit.
At their March 5 meeting, Darlington County Council took the first step toward preparing a ‘penny tax’ referendum by establishing a Capital Project Sales Tax (CPST) Commission.
Francis Marion University, in conjunction with South Carolina Humanities, recently held the Beyond Mother Emanuel conference exploring the topics of culture, race and faith in America.
Representatives from SCDOT and design consultant firm Mead and Hunt met with...
Darlington City Council approved three property purchase ordinances March 6 during their regular monthly meeting.
The Emergency Department at Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center is...
It was a night of redemption for Darlington Falcons this past Friday at home.
The Cobra softball team headed southwest to USC Aiken for a clash with the...
The Coker College women’s soccer program had five recruits sign their...
The Florence-Darlington Technical College Lady Stingers softball team won four games over the weekend in the FP Dreams College Spring Tournament in North Myrtle Beach to increase their winning streak to 14 games in a row.
A productive first inning and a shaky seventh inning were the major story lines for Darlington against the Wilson Tigers this past Tuesday, February 27, at home in an early preseason tourney as the Falcons went on to win 5-3.
Darlington plated three runs in the first inning, one in the second and one more in the sixth to help build a 5-1 lead going into the seventh.
Governor Henry McMaster is pleased to be joined by South Carolina...
Allen “Hutch” Hutchinson, Robin Matthews Blackman, Heyward Gainey Sr., and Betty Jean Brown Locklair
Evadne O’Neal, Monty Miles, Tommy Odom, Rudell Woodham, Charlene Bell, James “Ricky” Richard Howle and Bonnie Lee Broach Munn
Ronald Anderson III, James Roger Weatherford, and Billy Street
Linda L. Niver, Michael Player and Eleanor O. Gandy
Constant Hubert “CH” Miller, III, Lavinia James Page, Billy “B.J.” Gainey, John C. Lee, and Robert “Bobby” Bryant
Baxter Randolph “Randy” Parrott, Vivian Gandy Root, Bill Wallace, Cindy Shipman, Harden Evans, Jr., Margie C. Tedders, Shirley Griffith, Raymond Louis Brewer, Sherran Nobles, Tommy Garrett Campbell, Sr, and William Leonard Council
I have spent a lot of time lately plundering among my plunder!
The old folks planted fruit trees. Pear, apple, cherry, wild plum, and peach trees.
I joined the City of Hartsville on March 1st, 2017, as Finance Director. I...
Ah, to live those days over! Go out into the field and lie in the tall broom sage and gaze at the clouds overhead and pretend I saw the things I imagined
Granddad Poland farmed but never drove a pickup, not that I recall.
If your doctor or dentist prescribes a pain reliever, take charge of your health and find out exactly what you are getting.
If you’ve ever dreamed of using your mind to solve a mystery, find a priceless treasure, or crack a code to save a starship in peril, those dreams can become a reality – kind of – thanks to Project EXcape, a new escape room attraction in Hartsville.
The Democratic Women’s Council of Darlington County held their inaugural Women’s History Month luncheon on Saturday, March 10 at the Hartsville Country Club, and welcomed attorney and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Marguerite Willis as guest speaker.
After a strong start in the first two rounds, the GSSM Chess Eagles fought back hard from third round setbacks to regain the lead and capture the State Scholastic Chess Championship among high schools for a second consecutive year.
By Colin Henshaw and Graham Cliff What we are seeing here is something far...
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Ten Anchors and six Pilots from Darlington travelled to Conway for the...