Storm strangled access to Society Hill

The town of Society Hill was not completely cut off by the remnants of Hurricane Florence, but it was close, Mayor Tommy Bradshaw said Tuesday. When the storm passed through the Pee Dee region over the weekend, most access to Society Hill was cut off, Bradshaw said. Residents of the town of about 600 people were unable to drive out U.S. 15 to Hartsville or U.S. 52 to Darlington, he said, and Society Hill Road was washed out. But...

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Darlington County and Red Cross opening a shelter in preparation of Hurricane Florence

Darlington County Emergency Management and Red Cross will be opening a shelter in preparation of Hurricane Florence on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Darlington Middle School. We recognize the need for many people to have a safe place to stay while the storm passes through our area. We want to ensure they have time to prepare their homes before going to the shelter. This should allow plenty of time before storm effects are...

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Coker Home and Away Athletic Events Cancelled Due to Potential Threat of Hurricane Florence

Coker College has announced that all home and away athletic events from Wednesday (Sept. 12) through Sunday (Sept. 16) have been cancelled due to the potential threat of Hurricane Florence hitting the southeastern region of the United States. Below is a list of events that have been cancelled. Fans are encouraged to visit www.cokercobras.com for any potential make-up dates. Wednesday, September 12th Women’s Soccer vs. Anderson...

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City of Hartsville issues sanitation schedule updates

In preparation for Hurricane Florence, the City of Hartsville Sanitation Department has issued updates to the current sanitation schedule. Garbage and recycling for Thursday, September 13th will be collected on Wednesday, September 12th. Please remove carts from the curb as soon as possible. Empty and unsecured carts can become a missile in high wind conditions. Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s garbage and recycling will be collected on...

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Celebrating the past and looking to the future: History was Hanson’s motivation for ‘String Theory’
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Celebrating the past and looking to the future: History was Hanson’s motivation for ‘String Theory’

During Labor Day Weekend at Darlington Raceway, pop group Hanson sat down and talked about what it meant to them to be able to perform the National Anthem, celebrating more than two decades as a band and their upcoming release String Theory.

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