New mayor hits the ground running: City moves toward buying $600,000 of land for recreation complex, considers trail system
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New mayor hits the ground running: City moves toward buying $600,000 of land for recreation complex, considers trail system

When he was elected Darlington’s new mayor in November, businessman Curtis Boyd said, “I’m looking forward to going to work.”

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County elects officers,  receives clean audit
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County elects officers, receives clean audit

On Jan. 7, Darlington County Council convened their first meeting of 2020 and elected officers for the new year.

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Darlington remembers Causey’s career on the bench
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Darlington remembers Causey’s career on the bench

When word spread that Judge Dan Causey had passed away on Jan. 4, it wasn’t long before friends and colleagues began sharing memories of the man who served as Darlington’s city judge for 30 years.

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DDRA awards prizes for holiday shopping in Darlington
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DDRA awards prizes for holiday shopping in Darlington

Marcie Blackwell, Patricia Boatwright and Joyce Adams (not pictured in order) were the lucky winners of $100 cash prizes for shopping in Darlington during the holidays, courtesy of the Darlington Downtown Revitalization Association (DDRA). The contest encourages people to shop in Darlington this holiday season. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, people were asked to shop at five different Darlington businesses, mail the DDRA copies...

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The relationship between eating and exercise

Diet and exercise are each vital components of a healthy lifestyle. While these components tend to be looked at separately, diet and exercise are actually interconnected. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, adequate food and fluid should be consumed before, during and after exercise. Following that advice can help men and women maintain their blood glucose concentration during exercise, which allows them to maximize...

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Hundreds of unfinished paving projects in S.C. despite huge gas-tax-hike surplus

Although nearly $1 billion has been collected since the state gas-tax-hike law went into effect more than two years ago, the S.C. Department of Transportation has completed less than 20 percent of identified paving projects statewide with those funds, newly released agency records show.

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