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HARTSVILLE, S.C. - Black Creek Arts will be hosting its fourth annual Share Your Heart with the Arts fundraiser from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday at the Black Creek Arts Center, 116 W. College Ave. in Hartsville. The Valentine’s party is held to raise money for the arts. Artists have donated their one-of-a-kind original artwork for this event along with other fun items up for auction. The funds raised will help Black Creek Arts Council continue to foster the arts in Darlington County.

DARLINGTON, S.C.– The Special Victims Unit investigators took Charlene Lynn Hammons, age 43, of Darlington into custody on Wednesday, Feb. 15. She has been charged with second degree sexual exploitation of a minor which carries a penalty upon conviction of two to 10 years imprisonment.

WALTERBORO, S.C. – Trae Hannibal scored 27 points and pulled down 13 rebounds in Hartsville’s 67-60 first round playoff win over the Colleton County Cougars, Wednesday night. Dayshawn Davis also posted a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Red Foxes.

HARTSVILLE, S.C. - There are thousands of athletic coaches involved in all facets of sports from high school all the way up to the pros. But there are a handful of coaches who receive the kinds of accolades that Dan and Dave Schmotzer received Saturday night at Coker College as the 2017 Hall of Fame inductees.

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – The Coker College softball team will begin a six-game homestand on Thursday (Feb. 9) when the Cobras play host to the visiting Augusta University Jaguars in a non-conference doubleheader. Game one is set for a 1 p.m. start with game two set to begin at 3 p.m. Coker is comi…

HARTSVILLE, S.C. -- The Wound Center in Hartsville sees many patients every year with serious non-healing wounds. Julia Bell of Bishopville was one of them. She suffered a burn on the heel of her right foot, complicated by diabetes, which was about to result in amputation before she visited …

Coker College held its this past weekend with three days of activities, which culminated with the renaming of the baseball stadium, basketball court and the announcement of two inductees to the Coker College Hall of Fame.

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