I voted against the $54 million school bond and take offense to the comment by Chuck Epp, ‘it’s like Christmas in April.’
An amino acid in meat has been linked to cases of heart failure.
If people keep destroying their environment, people in the future won’t get to see how special Northern Spotted Owls are.
Annette Abouissa and her beautiful family need our help on May 18 at the Leroy Springs Recreation Complex.
As a future student of Nation Ford High School I am excited to hear that we will soon be getting I-Pads and Chrome Books.
This past month or so I have been both sickened and saddened by the hate-filled letters written to the Fort Mill Times in reference to Jim Bakker.
We need to save Tooth Cave Spiders. They are vital to our own survival.
Unity Presbyterian Church celebrated Youth Sunday on April 21. Once again the young people of our church “stepped up to the plate” and made us all proud.
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 second-graders at Pleasant Knoll Elementary School, and we want to tell others how to stop bullying.
We are writing to you because the sea turtles are endangered and we want to save them.
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.