In a press release sent to the News and Press, mayor elect Gloria Cheeseboro Hines announces a transition team.
Hunger doesn’t take a holiday, and those in the Darlington area who are unemployed, homeless, or in a financial bind know they can find help at The Lord Cares, but the little food bank needs your help to keep serving the community.
Mrs. Elouise Greene has a reason to rejoice this holiday season; thanks to the efforts of her family and volunteers with the Darlington County Habitat for Humanity she and two of her grandsons, Michael and Tracy, prepare to move into their beautiful new home on Gandy Drive in Darlington.
Crime statistics for 2015 indicate that major crimes in Darlington continue to decline, and that’s truly something to be thankful for this holiday season.
Can three become four, and can none become one?
The word challenge; what does it mean?
The Lamar Silver Foxes made it back to the promise land this past Friday with its win over Ridge Spring-Monetta while the Hartsville Red Foxes perfect season came to an end with its heartbreaking defeat to Myrtle Beach.
Lamar and Hartsville’s run in the both the 1A and 3A state football playoffs will continue as each was victorious this past Friday with the Silver Foxes winning 34-6 and the Red Foxes winning 35-10.
Burry Bookstore thrives with new owner Sandi Brown
Jane and husband Leo Windham moved into their beloved cottage – located at the intersection of Hwy 403 and Hwy 401 – about six years ago. The house was Leo’s childhood home, located on land the Windhams have owned since the 1700s, and it seemed the perfect spot for the couple to downsize, unwind, and enjoy their retirement. Little did they know that they were beginning a whole new career centered around gardening, cooking, decorating, and beautifying that sweet little house, or that documenting their efforts online would win them a sizable number of fans who appreciate their hard work and dedication.
“I was not looking for Center Methodist that fall day, I was driving from point A to point B, looking at the beautiful fall foliage of upstate South Carolina. Even when I saw it, I didn’t know what I was seeing. There was no church sign, no steeple with a cross, and just a few tombstones behind the building that could be seen from the highway. That was the only hint that this little 30 ft. by 44 ft. white lap siding building sitting on top of a red clay hill in a grove of hickory trees could possibly be a church.”
Delicious, homemade pies were up for grabs as the Darlington Anchor Club held their annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25, at the Darlington County Courthouse. Pies were priced from $8 to $12 with many varieties available, including sugar-free apple, Japanese fruit, coconut, sweet potato, pumpkin, Million Dollar, lemon chess, Derby, and pecan. Proceeds from the Pie Sale fund Anchor Club activities throughout the school year.
Carolyn Hicks Caul, Frank Bell, Ella Larymore, Jenny Howle and Jimmie Rae Windham
Burnice Bristow, Sr., Joyce Miles and Sidney Till Griffin, MD
Elloeen Davis Ward
Eloise Dunham Coe Funeral services for Mrs. Eloise Dunham Coe of Darlington...
Seventy-four years ago, I remember! It was the day that President Roosevelt said, “Would live in infamy!”
The constellation of “Gemini”, the Twins, is famous for its prolific meteor shower called the “Geminids.” Every December, for a few days centered around the 12th through the 14th, the earth passes through a stream of meteoric material, which is the rocky debris from Asteroid 3200 Phaethon.
WASHINGTON — Surely he’s finally gone and done it now.
I have much to be thankful for and yet I find myself complaining about things I can do nothing about! Complaining is perhaps one of the oldest sins of mankind.