The Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce and Retrofit Sip-n-Seat will host a Women's Leadership Network connections event on January 21 from 5:30-7:00pm featuring appetizers, and a presentation from Dr. Mark Stellingworth, cardiologist at Carolina Pines
The City of Darlington will hold an election for the Ward 1 seat left vacant as Gloria C. Hines took the helm as mayor. The seat must remain open for 13 weeks from the time of her resignation. Election Day will be Tuesday, April 5. Those who live in Ward
The vision of a Children’s Garden at the Darlington Branch of the Darlington County Library System is a step closer to reality with a contribution from Duke Energy. Duke Energy’s Government and Community Relations District Manager, Mindy Taylor, presented
Beginning Monday January 18, the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority will initiate new public bus services that will provide once-a-week transportation to several communities in south Florence and Darlington Counties that have not had bus service in
The Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce will welcome four new members to its board of directors in 2016 beginning with the chamber’s first meeting in January. Incoming directors are Sandi Brown, Burry Bookstore; Suzanne Galloway, The Midnight Rooster
For years, we have lamented the national teacher shortage. I am inspired to write about this issue, because one of my daughters, who is college educated, is working as a teacher’s assistant for an autism class in a middle school in Wake County
Somewhere off the coast of the Carolinas, a large shark is wearing a new bit of high-tech bling. S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) biologists recently deployed a satellite transmitter on a 12-foot, 4-inch female tiger shark in Port Royal Sound.
Citing media coverage of several recent fire incidents, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) issued a series of safety tips urging hover board owners to read product guidelines and be aware of potential fire hazards when using these trendy devi