Sheriff’s Office participates in Southern Shield Campaign

On July 19, 2017 Darlington County Sheriff’s Deputies, with the assistance of the Hartsville Police Department, participated in the Southern Shield Campaign on the Darlington County portion of Interstate 20. Sheriff’s Deputies made several arrests including: 1 Trafficking Cocaine 1 Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana 1 Felon in Possession of a Firearm 1 Failure to Stop for a Blue light 2 Active Darlington County...

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Free Medical Clinic receives sizable donation from Nucor

A timely $70,000 donation from Nucor Darlington last week will ensure that many patients at the Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County receive the care they need.

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Sugarcane aphids have returned to South Carolina
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Sugarcane aphids have returned to South Carolina

FLORENCE — Tiny, hungry and rapidly reproducing sugarcane aphids have made their annual migration to South Carolina to feast on grain sorghum, an agricultural commodity that had been gaining popularity. The bugs can’t survive South Carolina winters so they migrate from warmer states each year. Once here, they can quickly colonize plants by the thousands. In addition to injuring or even killing grain sorghum plants, sugarcane aphids...

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Raceway Ford participates in stormwater management program
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Raceway Ford participates in stormwater management program

Raceway Ford Chevrolet is proud to announce it has received two community grants, as part of the Clemson Cooperative Extension’s Carolina Clear Program. The new Community Grants program provides two downspout planter boxes to Raceway Chevrolet (of Hartsville) and Raceway Ford of Darlington free-of-charge to promote stormwater management. “Raceway Ford Chevrolet is thrilled to be among local businesses participating in this program,”...

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Five arrests made in Darlington double-murder
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Five arrests made in Darlington double-murder

Five people have been arrested for the shooting that took place June 26 at Kirven and Southern Pines Streets in Darlington.

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County hears flooding and EMS grievances
Jul18

County hears flooding and EMS grievances

Darlington County Council’s July 10 regular meeting provided two citizens opportunities to voice concerns regarding flooding on private property and the operation of the county’s EMS department.

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