Darlington County Votes ‘No’ on Courthouse Penny Tax, ‘Yes’ on Sunday Alcohol Sales

Darlington County Voting Final Results Totals updated at 10:31 pm   Governor and Lt. Governor: James Smith and Mandy Powers Norrell 11428 Henry McMaster and Pamela Evette 11864   Secretary of State: Melvin Whittenburg 11023 Mark Hammond 12156   State Treasurer: Rosalyn Glenn 11110 Curtis Loftis 11883 Sarah Work 241   Attorney General: Constance Anastapoulo 11336 Alan Wilson 11881   Comptroller General: Richard Eckstrom 14036   State...

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Darlington turns out for “Taste of Christmas”
Nov02

Darlington turns out for “Taste of Christmas”

The Darlington Police and Fire Departments’ annual “Taste of Christmas” event brought hundreds of people to First Baptist Church on Thursday, Nov. 1, where they ate and drank and socialized for a good cause. Volunteer cooks prepared delicious dishes ranging from chicken bog and hot dogs to frog legs and sweet treats. For a $10 donation to the Toy Fund (which provides Christmas gifts to kids in need) diners could eat...

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Hartsville moves to acquire armored rescue vehicle
Oct31

Hartsville moves to acquire armored rescue vehicle

The Hartsville Police Department is moving ahead with plans to acquire an armored rescue vehicle.

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Costume contest brings out Darlington’s ghouls and goofs
Oct31

Costume contest brings out Darlington’s ghouls and goofs

Sightings of vampires, Mad Hatters, and even Elvis were reported as Darlington Downtown Revitalization Association’s annual Halloween costume contest allowed kids of all ages to play dress up at work.  

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Students stage Red Ribbon march against drugs
Oct30

Students stage Red Ribbon march against drugs

Students at Hartsville’s Washington Street Elementary School took to the streets on Tuesday, Oct. 30, waving signs and chanting pledges to live drug-free. This annual march is part of Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during October 23rd – October 31st each year. The Red Ribbon Campaign began as a way to honor slain DEA agent Kiki Camarena, who...

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