Springfield Middle School student Marah Savage, a member of the Cheer Extreme Coed Elite in Kernersville, N.C., won a gold medal with her team at The Cheerleading Worlds held recently at Disney World in Orlando, Fla.
The time comes when a decision has to be made by the York County Council to either reduce services and other in-house expenses, such as employee salaries and benefits, or increase taxes. Either way, it shouldn’t balance the budget on the backs of essential not-for-profit groups.
Ava, the beloved dog of the late Mary Warner Mack, was the first dog through the gate of the new park named in memory of Mack. Dozens of residents turned out for the park’s dedication Saturday and an open house to check out the facility.
As York County, SC, sets its budget for the next fiscal year, fire departments are looking for new revenue to add firefighters and, in one case, a new substation. Growth is putting a great demand on county services, fire and other officials say.
Swimmers Lucas Fairbanks, Jacob Kohlhoff and Zach Piedt will head in different directions, but will stay in the pool. Boys’ soccer player Corbin Amaya will head to Coker College and Maria Mathews will head to the University of South Carolina to cheer.
Chris Dingess, 33, and his wife Crystal spend their days taking care of his mother, Rita Alley, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 59. Alley’s daughter Amanda is also a caregiver. It’s an uncommon situation for Alzheimer’s patience, who typically rely on a single family member as caregiver.
Thunder Road, a wooden roller coaster that has been a fixture at the Carowinds amusement park for the past 39 years, will carry its final riders on July 26. The roller coaster is being removed to make way for new expansion of the park, officials said.
My point of this letter is to ask for establishments to get involved with the schools to help students in the future with “job shadowing.” It’s no cost to you or anyone else to lend a helping hand for the students.