Store owners in Fort Mill are hoping a $2 million Powerball winner is one of their regular customers.
She has no electricity and many of the windows in the home she stays in are broken. A mop bucket or a hole in the ground is her toilet. Still, a homeless woman in Fort Mill says its a step up from where she was.
Construction is now underway on a new elementary school in Indian Land that will be built to hold 1,000 students.
After 2 year-old Harlan Sullins of Catawba was diagnosed with a brain tumor in February, the Fort Mill Township community has rallied around the boy and his family, Fort Mill Township natives. A fundraiser will be held Saturday and another is planned for June 19.
A meeting in Fort Mill to discuss how to help the area’s homeless population included an anecdote from one advocate who said he realized he was treating a homeless man he was helping like ‘a pet.’ The realization made him want to find more comprehensive ways to help.
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!"
Local kids who want to learn about scholastic wrestling or improve on the skills they already have, are invited to participate on the fourth annual Nation Ford High School youth wrestling camp.
Friends, family and other Fort Mill community members will be paying tribute to the late Luke Hoover, a Nation Ford High School students to left an impression on everyone he met before leaving too early.
Duke Energy is airing the deals the country's largest electric company has made with local groups to gain South Carolina support for a new dams operating license
A supermarket chain wants an Illinois lawsuit related to a security breach affecting up to 2.4 million credit and debit cards of its customers moved to a federal court.
Ukrainian reporters on Wednesday disrupted a government session chaired by the prime minister, suggesting his family members could be the next victims of official inaction after police in Kiev stood by while pro-government activists attacked two journalists covering an opposition protest.
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.
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.
The annual FamJam festival raised another $2,000 for the Children’s Attention Home and helped promote health and wellness.