he City of Hartsville celebrated an attendance milestone for the Neptune Island Waterpark last week, and received an award from the Municipal Association of South Carolina (MASC) for the park project at the Aug. 13 meeting of City Council.
In the first two years of the gas-tax-hike law, the state collected enough money to pay for three-quarters of the identified $1 billion in road and bridge projects, yet the S.C. Department of Transportation completed or “substantially” completed just 8 percent of the total projected tab, newly released DOT records show.
Kenynon Scott, a recent Darlington High School graduate, signed with Johnson and Wales University’s basketball program Aug. 15. The signing ceremony was held in the school’s media center in front of family, friends and coaches. As a senior, Scott averaged 17 points per game, four rebounds per game and three assists per game. He was selected to the Class 4A All-State team and the North/South All-Star Game. He also earned a Class 4A...
The score might not have shown it, but the Darlington Falcons gave Dillon way more of a fight than the Wildcats anticipated despite losing 21-0 this past Friday night at the Dennis Miller Jamboree of Champions in Bennettsville.
Have you ever seen a youngster who has just stumped his or her toe?