The Darlington County Institute of Technology (DCIT) celebrated American Education week recently by hosting 280 students from Darlington County School district (DCSD) for an Interactive Career Fair. The students, who attend Hartsville High School and Mayo
Members of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of South Carolina pictured after Brother Rev. Patrick Pierre’s 26th year pastoral anniversary at Union Baptist Church in Society Hill, on Dec. 3. The speaker for this event
Family Dollar Stores, Inc., a leading small format and convenience retailer, has announced plans for a new store in Hartsville. “Family Dollar is pleased to invite customers to experience our great value and broad assortment of merchandise in the Hartsvi
After breaking ground on Friday, November 3, at Byerly Park the City of Hartsville continues progress at the site of the waterpark expansion project. Residents and visitors to the area can now see the administration’s plans coming to life as water
An educator at a South Carolina Independent School Association institution has been recognized as a Master Teacher during the pinning ceremony at the at the Fall Teachers’ Conference held earlier this month on the campus of Orangeburg Preparatory Schools.
McCall Farms, the South Carolina-based manufacturers of Margaret Holmes, Glory Foods, Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts and Bruce’s Yams, is investing $35 million to expand its existing Florence County operations.
The Darlington County School District earned the Excellence in Risk Control Award from the South Carolina School Boards Insurance Trust (SCSBIT). The award, which recognizes a member school district that focuses on reducing workplace health and safety
The Hartsville Young Professionals (HYP) organization teamed up with Retrofit sip-n-seat for a Costumes and Cocktails Halloween party on October 27. HYP members and the Hartsville community enjoyed costume contests, relay races, and Taco the Town food
Hartsville Fire Department is now accepting donations for its Boots and Buckets for Kids annual program, which assists Hartsville families with gifts for their children. Hartsville’s firefighters will collect donations beginning 7 a.m. Friday, Nov. 24 on
The Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce is hosting an Economic Development Update Luncheon on Wednesday, January 31 at the Hartsville Country Club. Lunch will be available at 11:30 with the program beginning at 12:15.
Clemson University’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences in concert with the board of directors of the Agricultural Alumni Organization are seeking nominations of outstanding Clemson agricultural graduates to be considered for recognition
The Leadership Hartsville Class of 2017 unveiled their class project on Monday, October 30 at a ceremony held at Lawton Park. The class raised funds to install “Fox Den Libraries” in all the Hartsville parks, the Hartsville Soup Kitchen and Kalmia Gardens