DARLINGTON - The 10th Annual Walk With the Docs to benefit the Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County will take on a different twist when it is held on May 3.
AUBURN, Ala. -- Mary Ketherine Davis, from Hartsville, was recently recognized during the annual White Coat Ceremony at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _The Pee Dee Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America has hired Marquita Gaither as program director for the Scoutreach program in Hartsville.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _ The 2014 class of Leadership Hartsville plans to raise funds to purchase up to 12 benches for downtown Hartsville as part of a community service project. The benches will be located throughout downtown to help attract and retain patrons to the downtown area. Funds raised by the class above the cost of the benches, plaques and installation will be used towards a hands-on service project to benefit the Hartsville Boys and Girls Club.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _ Beach music lovers will get a chance to pull out their dancing shoes and shag the night away as the Beach Music Festival returns to Byerly Park on Saturday, May 3.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _ The 2014 Taste of Hartsville presented by Palmetto Staffing will be held in Burry Park on May 1 from 6-8:30pm. Local chefs will provide samples of their signature dishes and drinks during this highly-anticipated event. The Taste of Hartsville provides an opportunity for both amateur and professional chefs to show off their best recipes to the community, while attendees will enjoy fellowship, live music, and an open bar while filling up on the exquisite food offerings.
DARLINGTON, S.C. — Given free rein to capture the history and tradition of Darlington Raceway, South Carolina artist Blue Sky chose to call on the memories of the last race he attended at the “Track Too Tough Too Tame.”
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _ Lovers of Johnny Cash’s unique blend of country, rock and folk are invited to kick off the spring season wearing black, as The Folsom Prison Gang, a tribute band covering the influential music of the Man in Black performs onstage Thursday in downtown Hartsville.
On Thursday afternoon, junior and senior high students at Hartsville High School will head outside to watch as the members of the Hartsville Police Department, the Hartsville Fire Department and the Hartsville Rescue Squad stage an automobile accident scene. The purpose of the dramatization is to emphasize the dangers of driving carelessly, recklessly, and/or under the influence of alcohol/drugs. The school’s prom is scheduled to take place this Saturday at Thomas-Hewitt Arena.
We finished have completed Week 14 of the 120th regular session of the South Carolina General Assembly. A number of bills were given third reading last week and sent to the House to meet the cross over deadline date of May 1.
Hartsville’s economic growth has become hard to miss these days. A trip through downtown on Carolina Avenue now includes the construction site for the new Hampton Inn & Suites as well as the construction and renovation work for a new boutique hotel and restaurant at the former location of Kimbrell’s Furniture.
Nearly drowning in movie theater nostalgia recently as cable TV has celebrated the 90th anniversary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, I ran across a computer site where South Carolina movie theaters were focus of attention.
The House of Representatives concurred in Senate amendments to Senate Bill No. 19 and enrolled the bill for ratification. The legislation revises BAIL AND BOND PROVISION in criminal court proceedings, including more stringent bond provisions that apply to someone who is charged with committing a violent crime while already out on bond for a previous violent offense.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. _ - With race weekend at hand, economic activity in Hartsville is picking up, by all accounts.
TV host Glenn Beck and other stalwarts of the Christian right have attacked the recent blockbuster “Noah” as being “pro-animal” and unfaithful to the Bible.
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