Two greyhounds who were feared to have fallen off a truck on the South Carolina interstate Friday have been located. One dog was recovered alive and unharmed, but the other was found dead after being struck by a car. The surviving hound has been reunited with the rescue organization that will put him up for adoption.
The Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office, along with several other law enforcement agencies, were able to rescue over 100 animals from an alleged cockfighting operation and also charge 27 suspects in connection with the operation.
Rock Hill Police this weekend charged a 34-year-old woman with attempted murder after she was accused of shooting at a woman. The dispute started because the two women were involved in a relationship with the same man, according to police records.
Newport firefighters Joseph Volk and Rich Diamanti were injured March 23 while fighting a fire in the area between Rock Hill and York. Both suffered broken legs and other injuries but are home recovering, said Carl Faulk, Newport Fire Chief. The fire remains under investigation.
For two downtown Rock Hill churches, this Palm Sunday was no ordinary service. First Presbyterian and St. John’s United Methodist came together at the new Fountain Park for the inaugural “Hosanna at the Fountain.”
South Carolina women’s basketball reached its first Final Four in program history Sunday, after beating Florida State 80-74 in Greensboro. Tiffany Mitchell’s 21 points pushed the Gamecocks into a meeting with the winner of the Oklahoma City regional on April 5.