Hartsville City Council will have a special meeting Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014, 6 p.m. at Hartsville City Hall, 100 E. Carolina Ave. Find the meeting agenda by clicking here.
City of Hartsville’s flurry of Christmas events to include Annual Mayor’s Tree Lighting, Hartsville Christmas Parade and “Frozen” at the Center Theater
A series of iconic Hartsville Christmas traditions are coming the first two weekends of December as the City of Hartsville hosts the Annual Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec. 5, the 2014 Hartsville Christmas Parade on Dec. 6, and a free movie showing of “Frozen” at the Center Theater on Dec. 13.
The celebrations will kick off Friday, Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. when the lighting ceremony for the City of Hartsville Christmas Tree takes place in Burry Park, found […]
As families and friends gather again to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, many will be preparing meals on a variety of cooking devices. The Hartsville Fire Department would like to remind all those getting ready for festivities to use careful attention when cooking, especially with crowds and children present, as well as when using unfamiliar devices, to help everyone have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.
Fire departments around the nation respond to an average of 156,600 house fires every year which […]
Hartsville Fire Department to make Christmas bright for many local families through Boots and Buckets fundraiser
Hartsville shoppers will again get a chance to help local families in need have a better Christmas as the Hartsville Fire Department hosts its annual Boots and Buckets fundraiser beginning on Friday, Nov. 28 at collection sites on Hartsville Crossing. This annual donation effort, which provides Christmas gifts for those families who face difficulty providing gifts for their children, impacted 125 local children in 70 families during the 2013 Christmas season.
On Hartsville Crossing near the Walmart Supercenter, at both […]
The Christmas shopping season has come again, providing an exciting and fun time for shoppers and business owners alike. As stores fill with heavier traffic, however, everyone should pay attention to the opportunities that the season can provide for crime no matter how busy they become. The Hartsville Police Department would like to offer these safety tips to help everyone have an enjoyable holiday season.
For both shoppers and businesses, awareness of one’s surroundings plays an important role in remaining […]
By Natalie M. Zeigler
November is here, and the holiday shopping season has arrived. Along with it, I’m glad to say, the push to promote and support Hartsville’s local businesses has returned as well.
For years, communities in this state and nation, faced with local entrepreneurs losing out to chain businesses, have responded with the rallying cry of “Shop Local.” The logic is simple: supporting local businesses boosts your own economy rather than that of another community and supports job […]
Main Street Hartsville’s Downtown Holiday Open House on Thursday, Nov. 20 will feature photos with Santa and great extended shopping hour deals at area stores, horse-drawn carriage rides, and prizes for a Nutcracker scavenger hunt winner!
Main Street Hartsville’s certified farmer’s market for November will feature organic meats and cheeses and home baked treats. Artisans’ wares and area favorites will be there, alongside Striker, the Coker Cobra mascot, and athletes promoting Coker’s winter sports.
Hartsville Fire Department gives tips for safe winter heating, asks residents to change smoke alarm batteries when changing back clocks
The time of year has come for falling temperatures and residents to begin heating their homes again, bringing with it the need to use care when operating heating devices. The Hartsville Fire Department would like to provide some simple precautions that can reduce the dangers of heating-related fires.
Although the amount of residential heating fires have declined in recent years, they remain a significant concern during winter months. Heating devices are the second most common cause of residential fires behind […]
The Good Living Marketplace, Nov. 8 on Cargill Way, will also feature the free Paper Shred and E-Waste Recycling is sponsored by SPC Credit Union from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Bring your paper documents for free shredding as well computers, cell phones and electronic devices with a cord for recycling. Large appliances, devices with Freon (refrigerators, air conditioners) will not be accepted.