Five students from the Darlington County School District (DCSD) traveled to the state capitol in September to participate in the S.C. Legislative Black Caucus’ ninth annual Youth Leadership Conference.
Coker College will host the South Carolina Music Teachers Association’s 55th annual conference, where an exceptional group of performers and educators will share their talents through recitals and masterclasses.
The Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce and the Butler Heritage Foundation will host a panel discussion among Hartsville City Council candidates on Tuesday, October 20 at 6 p.m. at the Hartsville High School cafeteria.
October will be a busy month for the downtown Hartsville Farmers Market as the schedule calls for the return of the popular Paper Shred and E-Waste Recycling Day, sponsored by SPC Credit Union, and will also feature Fierce Dance Academy’s Halloween Reveal
Officers of the Hartsville Police Department will sit down for community discussions and coffee with local residents in an informal, neutral space Monday, Oct. 19 from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at Shoney’s Restaurant, 905 S. Fifth St. in Hartsville.
DARLINGTON – New Providence Missionary Baptist Church has partnered with Danah Gresh and Cedarville University to bring to Darlington an event for teen girls, 12 and up, and their moms who want to grow closer to each other and closer to Christ.