Only a month into its second season, Hartsville’s Neptune Island Water Park is already making waves with robust attendance and improved customer service.
With newly sworn-in Chief of Police Carl Scott on the job, the Town of Lamar is planning to investigate ways to update its aged fleet of patrol cars.
First Baptist Church of Darlington held its annual Youth Basketball Camp last week, providing kids with four days of instruction on the fundamentals of basketball and good behavior.
Completion day was July 11 for a group of Darlington County School District students enrolled in the Leaders in Training (LIT) program supervised and founded by Capt. Kimberly Nelson of the Darlington Police Department. Certificates were handed out by Darlington Public Safety Director Kelvin Washington. The three-week program combines academics and people skills and is held every year. Photos by Bobby...
You might not have noticed amid the Fourth of July holiday hoopla, but you’ve been paying 2 cents per gallon more in gas taxes since July 1.
Nucor Corp. plans to invest $75 million in new land and equipment, and Darlington County Council voted unanimously in favor of a tax incentive package to help facilitate the company’s plans.