Wednesday's ceremonial first pitch at Five County Stadium involved a special homecoming for Tech. Sgt. Lance Daigle of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. TSgt. Daigle received the ceremonial first pitch from his children Karley and Cameron and then surprised them by unveiling himself as the catcher.
Through most of the school year, the Nation Ford High School FFA hosts a free, monthly program called Tastefully Local to introduce community members to area farmers and discuss various food related topics. The programs "main course is the annual Farm to Fork Dinner, held this year at Unity Presbyterian Church in Fort Mill.
USC women's basketball coach Dawn Staley spoke to lawmakers at the S.C. State House Tuesday and said her team's success was due in part to the removal of the Confederate flag from the State House grounds two years ago.
During the April 23 Come-See-Me Festival event, children and their families enjoyed ice cream sundaes, had their stuffed animal's "boo-boos" fixed by the Catawba Animal Clinic, learned about tooth care at Jackson Pediatric Dentistry’s tooth booth and visited with Mother Goose and community mascots.
The town of Fort Mill, as part of an agreement, has maintained Walter Elisha Park in the downtown area and provided security there. Today, the Springs family, the First Family of Fort Mill, gifted the park to the town.
On Monday, the Greenway’s education staff visited Riverview Elementary in Fort Mill. The students got to interact with Miller, the Greenway’s box turtle, and Cornelius, a corn snake. Thanks to a $46,300 Duke Energy Foundation Grant, the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill is bringing nature into Fort Mill, Rock Hill and Lancaster second-grade classrooms.
Members of First Presbyterian Church, St. John's United Methodist Church, Freedom Temple Ministries and Agape International Ministries "The Well Church" in Rock Hill gathered in Fountain Park on April 9 for a joint Palm Sunday worship.