One hundred twenty-one students graduated from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) on Saturday, May 28, at the DeLoach Center in Hartsville. The 121 students that comprise the GSSM Class of 2016 hail from 26 different
Darlington County School District will provide breakfast and lunch this summer at four approved school sites and lunch only at another site through the USDA Seamless Summer Meals Program. Meals will be provided to anyone 18 years of age or younger at no
Darlington High School announced that Bradley Knox will take over as head coach for the varsity girls’ basketball program. Currently serving as junior varsity boys’ basketball head coach, assistant coach for the varsity boys’ basketball team, assistant
Freedom Fest will return to the Darlington Raceway on Independence Day: July 4, 2016, from 2pm to 10pm, sponsored by Genesis Healthcare, Inc. and the City of Darlington. This family fireworks festival is the signature event of the Greater Darlington
Coker College junior Alexis Berles has been named this year's recipient of the Jean Campbell Williamson Endowed Scholarship. Berles was awarded the scholarship by the Ladies of Coker Scholarship Selection Committee at their spring luncheon on April 30.
Coker College’s postgraduate Master of Science in Applied Criminology degree program was recently accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC) and is now accepting applications for the fall 2016 semester, which will begin on
The City of Hartsville’s Screen on the Green free movie series will continue its 2016 season on Saturday, June 11 with a showing of the animated hit movie, “Inside Out”, sponsored by The Children’s Group.
The Atlanta Braves hired Hartsville High School head softball coach Jamie Horton, whose team just won the 2016 Class 3A state championship, to coach youth baseball camps this summer. Horton, who is also the Darlington County School District’s 2016
Local residents received degrees at Clemson University's May 7, 2016, commencement ceremonies. Dylan Farrell Talbert of Hartsville, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Brittany Marie Talbert of Hartsville, who graduated with
Hartsville, S.C. – Burry Bookstore is bringing a new experience to Hartsville with the Where Dreams Grow Wings Literary Festival. The two-day event features an elegant dinner and a day of meeting authors. On Friday, June 10, guests will share an elegant