Ben Ingram, a 2001graduate of Wilson High School’s International Baccalaureate program, will be honored as Florence School District One’s Distinguished Graduate at the 14th Annual School Foundation Celebration Gala to be held on Tuesday, October 13th,
The Florence County Museum will be hosting a book-signing event on Oct. 6 in the museum lobby for their newly released book of Pee Dee wildflower photography, “Morning Walk in the Pee Dee” by Donna H. Goodman.
Florence native and West Florence High School sophomore Kinsley Odom was recently crowned Miss S.C. Sweet Potato Festival Teen and will represent the festival, the Darlington Pilot Club and the city of Darlington at the 2017 Miss South Carolina Teen
Women in Philanthropy of the Pee Dee Region, an affiliate of Eastern Carolina Community Foundation, presented nine grants totaling more than $45,000 during their annual awards ceremony Thursday night, Oct. 1, at the Floyd Conference Center.
The Florence Little Theatre Schoolhouse Players will present to the public, “The True Story of the Tortoise and the Hare,” on Saturday, Oct. 3. The performance will begin at 11 a.m. and tickets are $4 per person.
The Office of Solicitor, Twelfth Judicial Circuit’s DUI Court held its first graduation ceremony on Sept. 14 before a courtroom packed with supporters, to acknowledge the hard work and achievements of two graduating participants.
DARLINGTON – New Providence Missionary Baptist Church has partnered with Danah Gresh and Cedarville University to bring to Darlington an event for teen girls, 12 and up, and their moms who want to grow closer to each other and closer to Christ.