Contact FEMA if you have losses/damages at your home or business in Darlington County, see contact information here:
The following roads are closed in Darlington County as reported by SCDOT, October 8th 6 a.m. report:
*UPDATED with list of suggested items *
This is what South Carolina is all about. Friends helping friends. Football games turned into an opportunity to help others.
Two schools in the Darlington County School District already announced efforts intended to help victims of massive flooding across the state.
Darlington High School announced Thursday its varsity football team will play four games in 12 calendar days to make up for games canceled due to historic rainfall across the state over the weekend.
The 5th Annual Aim-at-Ag Sporting Clays Tournament, put on by ArborOne Farm...
Now the games are really going to count.
Saturday night, in front of a crowd parents and friends and a field full of marching band members, the Byerly Foundation presented the Hartsville High Red Regime Marching Band a check for $10,000 to help defray the cost of new uniforms.
Just off Hwy 401 outside Darlington, farmer Bobby Arnold is hitting his fall harvest stride as another crop of award-winning sweet potatoes comes in from the fields.
When you think of what you can borrow, get, do, or use for free at the Darlington County Library System, what comes to mind? Books, DVDs, and computers? Right. Good start. What else? Magazines, e-books, children’s programs, and maybe a few more things come to mind. What if I told you the Library offers 100 things you can borrow, get, do, or use for free in the Library or through our website? Here’s 31 – 100 of our list!
The 2016 Dancing with the Stars of Darlington County dance teams have been selected. The dance teams will compete for People’s Choice as well as judging from a team of select judges for the 1, 2 and 3rd place winners. All proceeds benefit the Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault.
Trinity Byrnes Collegiate School students participated in a community service day on Wednesday, September 30. One of the groups helped beautify the Frank & Mary Sue Wells Park on South Main Street of Darlington.
James “Jimmy” Smith and Vernola “Tiny” Goodson Davis
Charlotte Mims King and Vance Maynard Paschal
Shirley Vincent, Bernice Stanley Clanton, Austin L. “Kebby” Wright, Elizabeth C. Ivy and Wayne H. Jordan
Anne Auman Johnson, Bryan Hall, Dr. James P. Mozingo IV, MD, Marion Lewis Jordan, Rev. Norman E. Mitchell and Wendy C. Windham
Make no mistake about it, you were a label! Your society, the people about...
Yes, there are good people, too.
“I got credit down at the grocery store and my barber tells me jokes…”...
Often times at night, when sleep won’t come, I slip out of this old frame...