Scare on the Square Returns to Darlington
Oct25

Scare on the Square Returns to Darlington

Ghouls and heroes mingled and lined up for Halloween candy as the annual Scare on the Square trick-or-treat event returned to Darlington’s Public Square.

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Darlington Clean-Up Day
Oct23

Darlington Clean-Up Day

On a breezy and sunny Saturday morning, civic-minded citizens gathered on the Public Square to Clean Up Darlington. Volunteers joined members of the Darlington Garden Club to plant bright pansies in decorative pots lining downtown streets. Mayor Gloria Hines swept walkways while Darlington High School students replenished pinestraw beds, and Darlington City Council member Bryant Gardner took up a roller and freshened lines in a public...

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Forum focuses on courthouse penny tax
Oct23

Forum focuses on courthouse penny tax

Citizens gathered Oct. 15 at the new Voter Registration Annex to discuss the upcoming penny sales tax referendum that would fund construction of a new Darlington County Courthouse.

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Darlington County walks to end domestic violence
Oct23

Darlington County walks to end domestic violence

Marchers took to the streets in Darlington on Saturday, Oct. 21, waving signs and chanting a unified message against domestic violence. Staged by the Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and the House of Refuge, the march also offered information and resources to inform the public and help victims escape the cycle of abuse. To learn more, visit peedeecoalition.org. Photos by Samantha...

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S.C. Yoga and Healing Arts Festival
Oct23

S.C. Yoga and Healing Arts Festival

Hartsville’s Burry Park hosted the SC Yoga and Healing Arts Festival on Saturday, Oct. 20. The all-day event featured yoga and dance classes, live music, arts and crafts, activities for kids and pets, and enlightening information and services to activate all your chakras. To learn more about this event, visit them online at scyogaandhealingartsfestival.com. Photos by Samantha...

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Hurricane Michael’s Damage
Oct16

Hurricane Michael’s Damage

Hurricane Michael hit Darlington County with heavy rain and high winds last Thursday, causing several trees to fall and flooding at least 12 streets in the city of Darlington. Emergency responders from the Darlington Fire and Police departments worked with Duke Energy to clear away trees and restore power to homes and businesses. County schools and most government offices closed on Thursday, but reopened Friday as waters receded and...

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