Hartsville Fire Department’s annual  Toys for Tots Giveaway
Nov06

Hartsville Fire Department’s annual Toys for Tots Giveaway

The Hartsville Fire Department is now accepting applications for their annual Toys for Tots Giveaway. Local families in need this Christmas may apply for assistance through this program in person at Hartsville Fire Department, 111 S. Seventh Street or online here. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 30. Each year, this program is able to assist over 50 children in the Hartsville area that may not otherwise receive toys at...

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AmeriCorps’ heavy lifting makes storm survivors’ lives brighter

On Oct. 23, crews of AmeriCorps members and volunteers from the community, Lowes, United Way and even pro football player Julius Peppers, tight end for the Carolina Panthers, dropped by to help “muck and gut” homes in Bennettsville damaged by Hurricane Florence. Survivors with flood damage from Hurricane Florence, who need free help with debris cleanup and removal in South Carolina, should call the Crisis Cleanup Hotline at...

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Hartsville Red Foxes drop 70  on Myrtle Beach to win region title
Nov06

Hartsville Red Foxes drop 70 on Myrtle Beach to win region title

Heading into the season, everyone knew the Hartsville Red Foxes’ football team was loaded.

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Obituaries – November 7, 2018

Lela Stevens Dixon, Anita D. Flowers, R.L. Huggins, Gene Watford

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Education leaders give their schools good grades

Progress and positive thoughts were the order of the day Nov. 2 at a “State of Education” breakfast held in Hartsville. The event, which featured leaders from the Darlington County School District, the Governor’s School for Science and Math, Florence-Darlington Technical College and Coker College, focused on the progress those schools are making. For instance, Florence-Darlington TEC is focusing on its “core mission,” said Mark Roth,...

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