Did you know? South Carolina is one of 21 states which allows former felons to restore their voting rights after serving their entire sentence, including parole and/or probation. The League of Women Voters in Charleston is trying to spread the word to encourage eligible voters to register.
The South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff is asking the South Carolina Public Service Commission to change its ruling allowing a rate increase for Carolina Water Service. The utility serves Lake Wylie and parts of Rock Hill and Fort Mill in York County.
"Public art" by Charlotte painter Sharon Dowell is now on display at Gallery@LOOM located downtown at 120 Academy Street. LOOM will hold an art reception for Dowell’s exhibit 7 - 9 p.m. on August 11. Dowell will be there to discuss her work. Children’s art activities will take place next door.
Duke Energy is working on a site readiness program, including 400 acres in Lancaster County, South Carolina. The project is off U.S. 521 north of Lancaster. The site is likely to develop as industrial.
Notice those stickers on old buildings downtown? The Fort Mill History Museum partnered with Roots and Recall to bring history to the people with the launch of "This Building Has History." Working in collaboration with the museum’s Historic Fort Mill Walking Tour, TBHH includes 44 sites along Academy, Main, Tom Hall and Clebourne streets.
The Brewer twins from Fort Mill, South Carolina were set to compete with the College of Charleston track program. The recent Fort Mill High grads changed their commitment to Clemson and will compete with the Tigers instead.
Habitat for Humanity doesn't just work on houses. Humanity York County and the Fort Mill chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority partnered to host a "community empowerment day" Saturday, June 16, 2018, in the Paradise community in Fort Mill, South Carolina.
Since graduating from Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill, South Carolina, in 2016, football star Hank Tuipulotu embarked on a two-year mission trip in England. He recently reported to Provo, Utah, to begin his college football career at BYU.
Pride Baseball will break ground soon on a new $10 million, seven-field baseball complex with dorms, indoor training and more to host tournaments throughout the year in York County, South Carolina. The 50-acre site is between Rock Hill and York.