The Humane Society of York County in Fort Mill recently reached full capacity with rooms full of kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs and is in desperate need of loving homes for their animals.
Fort Mill High School graduate Caroline Wells has joined the Fort Mill Times as a Sales Account Executive and Winthrop student David Thackham is a summer intern working as a reporter.
A new restaurant, Culvers, is opening June 3 in Fort Mill on Carowinds Blvd., near the amusement park. Nearly 100 new jobs have been filled so far and the restaurant is still hiring.
A weekly farmers market should arrive in downtown Fort Mill the first or second week of June.
Store owners in Fort Mill are hoping a $2 million Powerball winner is one of their regular customers.
This is Jak Black, 9 year-old Labradoodle who thinks he is a lap dog. "He may look tough, but don't let his look fool you," mom Amy Mcgrade said. "About only thing he is tough on is knocking you down and licking you to death. He's the best friend I could ask for!"
Fort Mill focused this spring on implementing a new defensive scheme and setting about finding an entirely new offensive line after five experienced, large seniors graduate in June. That will be one of the critical areas for Ed Susi’s team this fall, in addition to replacing quarterback Rylan Wells.
Indian Land Middle is in the market for a new principal after David McDonald said he’s leaving after six years at the helm.
When a young child can identify shapes, colors and numbers, it is like planting a seed to produce good fruit for head start teacher Marcus Tate.
After a disappointing start to the season, the Los Angeles Angels are heating up.
The overturning this week of former military dictator Gen. Efrain Rios Montt’s conviction on charges stemming from Guatemala’s brutal civil war has created a surprising consensus among critics on both the left and the right: Prosecutors badly overreached when they tried to pin accusations of genocide on the 86-year-old former president.
The Abouissa Family is in dire need of assistance with medical bills. Tega Cay Neighbors Helping Neighbors is raising money and awareness and assisting the family in other ways as well.
Olive’s Mud Puddle, named after a duck, is built on ‘whimsy, fun.’
A teenage Carowinds employee was physically restrained after deputies say he took money from a park cash register, hid some of it in his sock and then became argumentative when police questioned him.
A shareholder advisory firm is recommending JPMorgan Chase & Co. shareholders vote against re-electing Charlotte-area businesswoman Crandall Bowles to its board of directors, citing a potential conflict of interest.