We had over 200 walkers, many ‘Wish’ children and their families, sponsors, volunteers and local media in attendance and we were able to raise over $18,000.00.
We are writing to you because the sea turtles are endangered and we want to save them.
We are second-graders at Pleasant Knoll Elementary School, and we want to tell others how to stop bullying.
I am shocked and dismayed to read two stories in the Fort Mill Times concerning healthcare or should I say lack of?
We would like the Fort Mill School District to consider having two recesses a day.
A South Carolina Judicial Mandate requires health professionals to notify and warn individuals if a patient threatens them harm.
Taxpayers shouldn’t pay to upgrade Bank of America Stadium.
Jim Bakker stole God’s money.
Althought there are several access points into Regent Park these days, it seems like more needs to be done to adequately handle the increased volume of traffic.
Bullying is common in Fort Mill.
I walk my first grade grandson to and from school every day when I am visiting Ft. Mill. So far, this amounts to about thirty days over the past year and a half. During that time I have witnessed cars nearly hitting the crossing guard.
I guess he would have Jim Bakker tagged with his past for the rest of his life, even though his book is entitled “I Was Wrong” and he has paid dearly for his past mistakes.
Jim Bakker offered multiple apologies for his role in the downfall of Heritage USA during his return to Fort Mill.
Thank you for the great story about Anne Springs Close’s dedication to exercise. I am very impressed with her participation in the Ironman challenge.