Wilson Senior Care, headquartered in Darlington, SC, announced the purchase...
When the award for the Darlington County District Teacher of the Year 2016-17 was announced last week as Hanna Hanlin, no one at the district’s annual Teacher of the Year banquet was more excited than her mother, fellow teacher Julie Hanlin.
[Editor’s note: This statement is in response to the the County...
At the September 19 regular meeting of Darlington County Council, perhaps the most interesting subject of the evening didn’t come up until meeting’s end.
The Darlington Falcons wrapped up its non-conference game schedule.
The Darlington Falcons football struggles continued this past Friday.
Sept. 21: DHS Football vs. South Florence at 6 p.m. Sept. 22: HHS Girls Golf...
Wlliamson Park Run & Walk was held on Saturday, September 17 at the...
Tamatha “Tammy” Reynolds Byrd, Jack Johnson, Katherine Ard Iseman, Charles Edward Ray, Peggy Cross and Gail Mercuri
Creola Green and James McAllister
Kenneth “Kenny” Amerson and Cecil “Bud” Amerson, Jr
Charlie Ross, Jr., Agnes Elizabeth Lloyd Smith, Henry Burch and Lenwood J. Hayes
I awoke this morning and crawled out of bed.
Local fan finds Lake City to not be handicap-friendly Why do some...
God has blessed me to be the mother of three amazing young men and one special teenage girl.
It’s dark outside and you hear a scratch at the window.
The 6th Annual Toast of Darlington presented by Genesis Healthcare, Mannheim...
On Wednesday, September 21st students at Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School...
Tucked away off Swift Creek Road in Hartsville is a 30-acre beautiful oasis of pastures, sweet gentle horses and ponies, and the culmination of the dreams of three women.
The women of the Darlington County Section of the National Council of Negro Women met on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 to install their newly elected officers. The group is comprised of professional women from the area to work together to advocate for issues within the community.