Robert Jeffrey Taylor Jr., a police officer for 18 years, is charged with child abuse inflicting great bodily injury and child neglect concerning injuries to his infant son that prosecutors say are so severe that the child likely will never recover. The child’s mother, Audrey Schurig, also a police officer, is charged with neglect. Both are out on bond pending trial, but Taylor claims to want contact with Schurig that was barred by a judge.
The Clover High School boys’ lacrosse team extended defending state champion Fort Mill to the limit, with the Yellow Jackets hanging on to win 4-2 in second-round 4A playoff action. In the opening, Clover defeated Nation Ford 10-8.
Fifth-grade students at Bethel Elementary School in Clover SC grabbed math with both hands during an Imagineering Math day Friday that featured more than a dozen hands-on math exhibits and applications. Teacher Patricia Smith and Lee Pearson teamed up to show students math problems that come alive.
York SC native Joe Hardin recently opened Downtown Music Lessons and More in downtown York. He sells stringed instruments including guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins and dobros, and teaches lessons on how to play them.
Leaders in the York school district expect to enroll about 45 students in a new York Comprehensive High School program that would allow them to earn up to 31 hours of college transfer credit. The four-year Early College program is a partnership between York schools and York Technical College.
York’s Armand Pendergrass never gave up on his dream of college football even after several serious knee injuries. He and his mother, Tonya, took control of his recruiting process and ensured that he had options to play at the next level. Wednesday, Pendergrass signed with Greensboro College with a packaged free ride.
Clover High School softball team came roaring back to defeat Rock Hill 12-8 in a crucial Region 3-AAAA game at home Friday. In an earlier game last week, the Clover girls also trounced rival York 15-1.
York County Sheriff’s deputies claimed that the woman told them, “I have a gun in there that says you aren’t going to damage my house” after officers told her to open a bedroom door so they could serve a bench warrant.
The person who is power of attorney for the man said the bank told her the debit card information was taken during the 2014 Home Depot breach. More than $20,000 from the man’s account was spent on buying items online from Amazon.