Darlington City Council approves first reading of four ordinances
Feb20

Darlington City Council approves first reading of four ordinances

A public hearing will be held April 3 regarding a digital signage ordinance in Darlington after council passed first reading of the ordinance Feb. 15 during their monthly meeting.

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Hartsville advances Fourth Street development plans

At their February 13 regular meeting, Hartsville City Council took the first step in a development program that could lead to over $10 million being invested in the city’s downtown.

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Duke Energy nuclear plants deliver strong performance in 2017

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy’s 11 nuclear generating units posted strong operating performance in 2017, providing the Carolinas with nearly 90 billion kilowatt-hours of carbon-free electricity – enough to power more than 7 million homes. “Much of our 2017 success is due to our focus on safety and work efficiencies identified by our nuclear employees, along with ongoing emphasis on planning and executing refueling outages to increase...

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Four-school telehealth pilot on schedule for May launch
Feb20

Four-school telehealth pilot on schedule for May launch

During the Feb. 12 Darlington County School District Board of Education meeting, board members learned that the district is continuing to move forward in their four-school Telehealth pilot program.

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Deputies investigate armed robbery; suspect in custody

Darlington County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Rogers Rd. at midnight Feb. 18 in reference to an armed robbery. Patrol deputies believe a firearm was discharged with at least one round striking a residence. No injuries were reported. Patrol deputies have taken one suspect into custody and continue to investigate with the assistance of the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon...

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Lamar hears of improvements at apartment complex

Lamar Town Council’s February 12 meeting included updates on two pressing issues: the town’s water system, and the improving situation at the Cambridge Apartments complex.

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