State officials expressed outrage at Tega Cay Water Service after the latest series of sewage spills. where was that attitude when they granted the utility a huge rate increase?
On Tuesday, April 30, registered voters who live in the Fort Mill School District will decide a simple question: Should the district raise $54 million in a bond sale? The answer should be ‘yes.’
The Fort Mill Times is looking for someone to write our monthly Transplant times column. We also needs an editorial board member to represent the Indian Land Panhandle.
Hopefully the Fort Mill Care Center will quickly find a new home, but it should have an alternate plan in place just in case.
Rather than hope for some residual trickle down benefit from sports tourism events, our area should become another destination for them.
When it comes to emergency calls, there’s plenty of work for all. The tricky part is finding the right balance. The county council was right to put off a decision.
The recent outpouring of care and compassion for people living in a local homeless encampment is not unexpected and those who are giving should be an example for us all. Unfortunately, their efforts are not enough. It’s time to take a collective, holistic approach to ending homelessness in our area.
That was some stink bomb former York County Manager Jim Baker tossed over his shoulder on the way out the door.
High fructose corn syrup could be a leading agent in America’s obesity epidemic.
Like a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, the approach to finding ways to identify and treat the mentally ill and keeping firearms out of the hands of cold blooded killers needs to be balanced.
Fort Mill schools superintendent Chuck Epps has developed a sensible plan for managing the district’s projected growth during the next 15 years.
Monday, residents opposed to a proposed rate increase requested by the private utility Tega Cay Water Service were invited to a public hearing to air their views. The hearing took place past press time, but in the days leading up to it, it was apparent that hundred of angry customers were planning to pack the audience.
At this moment in time it’s safe to say the township has more than its fair share of convenience stores, fast food franchises, car washes and large format supermarkets.
Requiring IRS status for animal rescue groups will result in animals being killed that could have been placed in foster and forever homes.
Rarely does a fight involving middle school students result in the level of attention than the one that occurred in Fort Mill earlier this month is receiving.