UPDATE: Found safe, no further details available. The News & Press...
Hartsville, S.C., U.S. – Sonoco (NYSE: SON), one of the largest global...
Darlington County Council convened their regular monthly meeting Monday, August 15.
CareSouth Carolina and their supporting organization CareFirst Carolina Foundation celebrated a major donation last week.
The Darlington Falcons football season did not get off to the start it envisioned.
At area newsstands and at our office in Darlington this week, find our...
South Carolina’s own and NASCAR Hall of Fame member Cale Yarborough to serve as Bojangles’ Southern 500 Honorary Pace Car Driver
Timmonsville, S.C., native to also be honored by Darlington Raceway with special race weekend ceremony
What a difference a year makes.
Collections of history joined: Old Darlington District Chapter, SCGS Hartsville Genealogical Research Library moves to the Darlington County Historical Commission
Historians and individuals tracing their family genealogy will now have one location in Darlington County to do their research, as the collection of the Old Darlington District Chapter (ODCC) of the South Carolina Genealogical Society is currently moving their extensive genealogical research library contents to the Darlington County Historical Commission.
The Old Darlington District Chapter (ODCC) of the South Carolina Genealogical Society had rented the old Hartsville Depot on 4th Street near Downtown Hartsville for nearly twenty years; the beautiful historic building, located at 114 South Fourth Street, was constructed in 1908 by Atlantic Coastline Railroad Company.
With the holiday season fast approaching and thoughts of baking come to mind, could you use a jack-o-lantern or turkey cake pan? Yes? The Darlington County Library System can help you out with a cake pan from its “Unusual Stuff to Borrow” collection!
By now we’ve all noticed that the Sun is rising a little later and setting a few minutes earlier. Fall, with its cooler weather, is only three weeks away. Since the nights won’t be as hot or humid, it’s more fun to get outside and do some stargazing.
Charlie Ross, Jr., Agnes Elizabeth Lloyd Smith, Henry Burch and Lenwood J. Hayes
Chad Davis and Georgia Mae Brown
Johnny R. Boykin, Claudia Delores Byrd, Phyllis Louise Wood and Jerry Watford
Barbara Locklair Spradlin Barbara Locklair Spradlin 51 of Darlington, passed...
By Bill Shepard Dad was true to his promise. The pretty blue 1937 Plymouth...
Reader cautions Darlington County Council on administrator choice Once again...
I have lived in Darlington for over 6 years and while that seems to pale in comparison to some residents who can trace their roots to this area over many generations, let me assure you that I am part of this community.
Come reminisce with me!