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DARLINGTON, S.C. — The Darlington Memorial Cemetery Association has organized another Community Clean Up Day beginning at 7 a.m. on Saturday, June 19, at the cemetery on D Avenue.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – There are four new homes being built on the corner of Young Street and Windham Street. The Darlington City Council met Tuesday evening and approved the second reading of an ordinance annexing four properties into the city and held the first reading of an ordinance zoning the properties as residential.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – Darlington City Council encourages residents to attend Fright Fest downtown on Halloween night in lieu of traveling door to door trick-or-treating.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington community is designating a day to clean up one of its historic cemeteries. Darlington Memorial Cemetery Association has organized a community cleanup day beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday at the cemetery on D Avenue.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington community is designating a day to clean up one of its historic cemeteries. Darlington Memorial Cemetery Association has organized a community cleanup day on Aug. 17, beginning at 6 a.m. at the cemetery on D Avenue.

Darlington has created a new playground area on Hampton street; I saw pictures on Facebook. The caption read, “The Hampton Street Playground in Darlington is open for business! Thank you Darlington City Council for investing in our kids.” Eye roll No. 1.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – Tre Gammage is the new District 1 representative to the Hartsville City Council after the run-off election held Tuesday, defeating the incumbent Adlena Graham 69-47.

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DARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington City Council gave approval on first reading Tuesday night to the purchase of properties for a new sporting c…

DARLINGTON, S.C. – In yet another change on the Darlington City Council, Wayne Chapman announced Tuesday night during the monthly council meeting that he will not seek re-election after his current term ends this year.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – The city of Darlington announced Tuesday afternoon it met twice with a local company in an effort to find the source of a putrid odor emanating from a ditch on Chalmers Street, where water samples have tested posted for E. coli and fecal matter.

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