The Darlington County Library System has partnered with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and CareSouth Carolina to offer free COVID-19 testing at three branches in Darlington, Lamar, and Society Hill.
Fifteen full-time faculty and staff positions at Florence-Darlington Technical College have been eliminated because of declining enrollment, probably worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, the college’s interim president says.
The Greater Darlington Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 17 for M & M Alterations of Darlington, located at 1002 South Main St.
Partners within Darlington County have teamed up to present a Mask Up Darlington County initiative to encourage residents and visitors to mask up to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
At their Sept. 14 regular meeting, Darlington County Council administrator Charles Stewart confirmed that Darlington County plans to participate in the statewide “Make It Count” day Sept. 26, where citizens will be able to register to vote, get a flu shot, complete their Census 2020 questionnaire and get tested for COVID-19 – all in one location.
Soon after Trinity Collegiate School in Darlington County announced the decision to re-identify itself in an effort to be more inclusive and welcoming, the school received a donation of $10,000 from Carolyn Segars Smith, a former trustee of the school.