Decision on who gets to build Fort Mill hospital not expected before August
Fort Mill School District voters who cast ballots in last weeks referendum had their first experience with the states new voter ID law.
Carolinas HealthCare and Piedmont Medical debate what’s the right size for the proposed Fort Mill hospital.
Ashleigh Sheets, an Army 2nd Lt. from Fort Mill, received a medal in Afghanistan Saturday for her work with the Wounded Warrior Center at Bagram Airfield.
Longtime Tega Cay volunteer Fire Department Chief Scott Szymanski was sworn in Monday as the citys first full-time, paid chief.
Tens of thousands of people flocked to the fourth edition of Fort Mill’s S.C. Strawberry Festival. The festival’s Friday night concert series featuring The Marshall Tucker Band had Walter Y. Elisha Park packed.
Britax Child Safety now has its headquarters in Fort Mill after relocating from several Charlotte locations.
The fourth edition of Fort Mill’s S.C. Strawberry Festival is underway. The Strawberry Jam concert series features The Marshall Tucker Band and many more Friday and Saturday.
A Facebook post that caused a lockdown at Nation Ford High School and led to a former student being questioned by police mentioning 'bombing' the school.
York County officials report finding a growing number of meth labs. So far this year, seven labs have been discovered in the county, officials said. Ten were discovered in both 2011 and 2012.
There will be no public parking in the Springs Global lot this year for the S.C. Strawberry Festival because the town and the company could not reach an agreement on making them available.
U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney told residents Wednesday night theres still a great deal of work ahead for lawmakers, but progressively more reason to believe much of it can be accomplished.
Google announced this afternoon that the South Carolina winner in its Doodle 4 Google competition is a seventh-grader at Fort Mill Middle School.
Work will begin immediately on some projects now that voters approved a $54 bond sale to grow the fort Mill School District, Superintendent Chuck Epps said Tuesday night.
Most of the voters questioned while leaving polling precincts said they voted in favor of a $54 million bond sale to allow the Fort Mill School District to expand two schools and build another.