Darlington Father-Daughter Dance 2018
Feb13

Darlington Father-Daughter Dance 2018

Dads and daughters turned out by the dozen, all dolled up and ready to shake a leg at Darlington Area Recreation’s annual Father & Daughter Dance, held February 8 at the Harmon Baldwin Gym.

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McLeod hosts Go Red for Women events to promote heart health
Feb13

McLeod hosts Go Red for Women events to promote heart health

Earlier this month, McLeod Regional Medical Center celebrated Go Red for Women with events across the Pee Dee and Grand Strand.

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Kelvin Washington named Chief of Police for City of Darlington
Feb07

Kelvin Washington named Chief of Police for City of Darlington

  The City of Darlington has named its next police chief: Kelvin C. Washington of Hemingway. He will take office in late March or early April once his term as U.S. Marshal expires. “Mr. Washington was the most qualified applicant, and he brings credibility and stability to that office. I feel he’s the right person at the right time for the City of Darlington,” City Manager Howard Garland said. Washington has more than 28 years of...

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Domestic violence survivor shares her story at Dancing with the Stars event
Jan30

Domestic violence survivor shares her story at Dancing with the Stars event

The dances were catchy and the costumes full of flare and at the end of the night the 2018 Dancing with the Stars of Darlington County winners were chosen. For the first time in its five-year history, the judges and the voters agreed and Celebrity Dancer Curtis Boyd along with his partner, Celebrity Dancer Logan Suggs were crowned the best dancers and the People’s Choice, taking home the coveted mirror ball trophies.

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Virgil Wells Cancer Walk donation
Jan09

Virgil Wells Cancer Walk donation

The annual donation in the amount of $1,000 was presented to Beth Johnson of the American Cancer Society from the Mayo High School Athletic Hall of Fame and the Virgil Wells Cancer Walk.

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Hurricane victim experiences the “heart of Hartsville”
Dec05

Hurricane victim experiences the “heart of Hartsville”

When Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria hit the U.S. Virgin Islands in early September with a devastating one-two punch, the damage was beyond catastrophic. Hotels and hospitals and homes were utterly destroyed, and power still remains out in some areas, making the cleanup efforts even slower. Many residents have had to leave their homes, not knowing if they will ever be able to return.

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