DARLINGTON, S.C. – Claire Smith, winner of Darlington County School District’s 2018 Holiday Card Art Contest, got a chance to tour the Darlington County Institute of Technology’s (DCIT) graphics communications lab this week. Students at DCIT transformed S
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Five student-athletes from Hartsville High School signed national letters of intent last week to play collegiate sports. The ceremony was held inside the school’s arena in front of a large crowd of students, family and friends. Emma C
MOUNT VERNON, Va. – Christina Ewing, a school counselor at Carolina Elementary School, got a little closer to the nation’s first president recently when she traveled to George Washington’s Mount Vernon for a residential professional development program.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Left-handed pitcher Anthony Hopkins, a student-athlete at Darlington High School, signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball next year for North Greenville University. Hopkins inked the commitment at school, surrounded by his
Coker College Head Softball Coach Travis McCall announced the signing of Alexis Ortiz, Kayla Oswell, Mackenzie Harmon, Hannah Fisher, Brooklynn Stueness, Jena DeWalt, Bailey Douglas, and Jessica McWhorter for the 2019-20 season.
Neptune Island Waterpark opened its doors to the public on June 18, and concluded its season on September 9. During the first season, Neptune Island saw over 64,000 guests in the brand new waterpark and projects to see 80,000 next season.
Pee Dee Math, Science & Technology Academy’s (PDMSTA) 8th and 9th grade scholars visited Claflin University located in Orangeburg, as well as the academy’s dual enrollment partner, Central Carolina Technical College in Sumter.
(DARLINGTON, SC) – Coach John Jones, Jr., head varsity football coach at Darlington High School, announced his resignation from the school’s football program today. Jones, who has been the school’s head coach since 2015, is resigning to pursue other coach
Hartsville, SC– One of the most well-kept holiday traditions in the Hartsville community is the Hartsville Christmas Parade. The 2018 parade, sponsored by SPC Credit Union, Neptune Island Waterpark, and City of Hartsville, will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Sat.