YCHS ground breaking set for Friday
YORK -- The York School District will celebrate the ground breaking of the future York Comprehensive High School and F.D. Johnson Technology Center with a ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the site, 275 E. Alexander Love Hwy., York. Entry to the ceremony will be from Lincoln Road.
Following the ceremony and groundbreaking activity, there will be a reception.
The facility should open by the 2010-2011 school year with a capacity for 1,800 students.
Water restrictions continue to be relaxed
CLOVER -- Yards in Clover can stay green a little longer. The town council voted last week to continue with relaxed restrictions past May 31.
Residents are now allowed to water lawns once a week from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. and to pressure wash down buildings: property east of U.S. 321 water on Mondays; property west of U.S. 321 water on Thursdays.
Irrigation with a hand-held container or hose with automatic shut-off nozzle is restricted to between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. any day of the week. Pools may be filled or re-filled once.
Residents are still prohibited from washing down sidewalks, walkways, driveways or other hard surfaces. They also are not allowed to fill ornamental fountains, flush gutters or get water from fire hydrants.
Downtown Live in York tonight
YORK -- The Downtown Live in York event set for last Thursday was postponed until tonight because of poor weather. The free concert will be held 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Whitesides parking lot.
Dave Lambert and The Carolina Rails, a five-piece group, will perform country and rock music during the outdoor concert, sponsored through the summer by the Greater York Chamber of Commerce.
Clover to honor its grads Sunday
The community is invited to attend the baccalaureate service for the Clover High School Class of 2008 this Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Clover School District Auditorium. The CHS band and CHS Choraliers will perform. Jay Joye, the pastoral intern at Bethel Presbyterian Church, will be the speaker. Tickets are not required.
Home for sale
The advanced building and construction students at Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center are looking for a family for their home.
The students built a 1,430 square foot house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms for their senior project, but need to sell it so next years class will be able to purchase supplies to build another house. They are asking for $42,000. The house was built with a 2-by-4 inch framework and has handmade oak kitchen cabinets. For more information call the technology center at 684-1910.
York school meal costs to rise
YORK -- School meal prices are going up in York next year.
Citing increasing expenses in both the food and fuel industry, the York School Board voted last week to increase meal prices by 10 cents for the 2008/2009 school year.
Elementary students will now pay $1.55 and secondary students will pay $1.65.
Adult and reduced meal prices are set by the state.