The Hartsville community’s greatest holiday tradition will arrive Saturday, Dec. 12 as the Hartsville Christmas Parade rolls onto South Fifth Street with more than 50 schools, churches, businesses, and other local organizations.
The City of Hartsville Christmas Tree has received a bigger and bigger welcome ceremony in recent years, and 2015 will bring together the greatest event yet when dance groups, singers, and the members of the local band the Lizardmen take part in the
shoppers, and favorite tunes may be on the radio or streamed through a digital music service as families decorate their homes. Many people may love Christmas songs and carols, but not everyone shares the same favorites.
Around the Hartsville area last year, 105 families facing difficulty providing Christmas gifts for their children received some help from the Hartsville Fire Department’s Boots and Buckets fundraiser in 2014, bringing a brighter holiday season to 215
Some South Hartsville homeowners will receive assistance in the restoration of their residences soon, thanks to a Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI) developed in collaboration by Darlington County Habitat for Humanity and the South Hartsville