Weather permitting, a section of East Carolina Avenue in front of the Mantissa Executive Suites and Spa may be closed for some construction the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 25. Traffic will still be able to access the street from either the Fourth Street or Fifth Street intersection, but will not be able to pass through on the street.
Diane DeLucia is the City of Hartsville’s Recycler of the Month for February 2015.
Her property came into Hartsville city limits in recent years, and she said she has been enthusiastic about recycling services since, often filling her recycling bin with plastic bottles and cans.
“I recycle as much as I can, I think the packaging today makes it easier,” she said. “I try to buy things with that in mind, so I can recycle the containers. I try to live […]
The Hartsville Fire Department will host a benefit fundraiser for the family of the late Lt. John Auten, a longtime veteran of the department, on Thursday, March 5, when firefighters will be cooking and serving butt bog from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the department’s station at 111 S. Seventh St. in Hartsville.
Auten, a highly respected member of the Fire Department who served as a firefighter for 33 years, passed away Monday, Feb. 16 after a brief illness, […]
By Natalie M. Zeigler
Driving around town recently, you may have noticed traffic cones going up at several key points around Hartsville. This is a small but exciting sign of things to come, as no less than three street upgrade projects are about to begin.
Late last year, the City of Hartsville sought an extension of the areas in which Hartsville’s Multi-County Business Park funds may be used to include our downtown district, and was granted this by Darlington County […]
The planned removal of a hazardous tree at the intersection of East Home Avenue, Fourth Street and Laurel Oak Street scheduled to take place Wednesday, Feb. 18 will be rescheduled at a later date in light of demands made on work crews by the inclement weather.
Hartsville City Council will have a special meeting Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, 5:30 p.m. at Hartsville City Hall, 100 E. Carolina Ave. Click here for the meeting agenda.
Hartsville City Council will have a regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, 5:30 p.m. at Hartsville City Hall, 100 E. Carolina Ave. Click here for the meeting agenda.
By Natalie M. Zeigler
Crime may always number among the most pressing issues of any community, threatening our sense of well-being, our property, and in the worst cases, our lives. Anyone can tell you that crime is a primary reason why the world can be such a dangerous place, and some will even tell you that it only ever gets worse with every passing year. In 2014, however, crime statistics in the City of Hartsville gave us quite a […]
Residents will see crews performing routine testing of fire hydrants in the City of Hartsville over the next several weeks. Residents may see some discoloration in their water temporarily during this time, although the water remains safe.