The KFA Hartsville Dance Company returns home after completing a very successful competition season, competing at regional competitions in South Carolina “Applause and Fusion”, North Carolina “Beyond The Stars”, Georgia “Dance Troupe Inc.” At these comp
Georgetown County Sheriff Lane Cribb presented D.J. Nance of Murrells Inlet the S.C. Sheriff’s Association Lifesaving Award June 1 for his heroism in saving the lives of two young women when their car plunged into the Waccamaw River.
Screen on the Green, the City of Hartsville’s free series of summertime movies, will present “The Jungle Book,” sponsored by Darlington Raceway, on Sat., June 10. The screening will take place in Burry Park, 131 Cargill Way.
On Wed. June 7, officers from the Hartsville Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee.
CLEMSON, SC (01/11/2017)-- Area students received degrees Dec. 15 from Clemson University. They are: William Grant Atkinson of Hartsville, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Mechanization and Business Kimberly Ann Porte
The Darlington County School District (DCSD) Teacher Forum presented Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center with the 2016 Jimmy Newsom Signature Award in December during the organization’s annual Education Forum held at Darlington Country Club.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Jan. 5, 2017) – Severe winter weather–including snow, ice, and freezing rain–is expected throughout the Carolinas starting Friday night and continuing throughout the weekend. AAA Carolinas offers the following tips for drivin
Hartsville, S.C. – Phillip Odom is the City of Hartsville’s Recycler of the Month for January 2017. Mr. Odom makes a significant effort to recycle consistently. As the Recycler of the Month, Odom received a yard sign as well as a $25 Main Street Harts
Good morning, Due to the forecast of inclement weather moving in late Friday night, the tip-off for the Hartsville High School varsity girls basketball game at home against Lugoff-Elgin has been moved up to 5 p.m. with the varsity boys immediately follow
Nuclear Plant • Thirty-second test scheduled for Wed., Jan. 11 between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. • No public action required. HARTSVILLE, S.C. – The public alert notification sirens around the Robinson Nuclear Plant will be tested Wed., Jan. 11, between 1 p.m.
Sonoco, one of the largest global diversified packaging companies, announced several new senior leadership changes which will become effective January 3, 2017, according to M. Jack Sanders, President and Chief Executive Officer.