Doctors and employees at the Indian Land Animal Hospital in Lancaster County are caring for six kittens they say were abandoned in a trash can outside Walmart this weekend. A rescued female cat who lost her litter has “adopted” the kittens and is nursing them back to health.
Fort Mill mom Stacey Ashe is raising two biological sons, has carried six babies as a surrogate – three sets of twins – and a year and-a-half ago she and her husband Jeremy Ashe adopted a little girl from China.
The department has already been recognized by proclamations at a town council meeting and at the South Carolina State House. An official 100th anniversary celebration will be held during National Fire Prevention Week beginning Oct. 5.
Lancaster County retailers are being warned not to sell beer and wine on Sundays for off-premise consumption. The state Department of Revenue says a 2012 referendum on Sunday alcohol sales does not apply to off-premise consumption of beer and wine.
County residents will have a chance to speak out for or against the Knowledge Park deal at Monday’s York County, SC, council meeting. If approved, York County will forgo property tax revenue from the downtown Rock Hill tax district for an additional 10 years, until 2039, while the city spends money to improve the area.
If Fort Mill institutes impact fees, Town Council will have to set rates based on traffic counts and public use relating to park and recreation, fire service, municipal and transportation for as many of those fees as the town charges. Here’s a look:
This Sunday, let’s honor motherhood and our natural compassion by replacing cow’s milk and other dairy products, all laden with fat and cholesterol, with delicious, healthful, cruelty-free nut or soy-based milk, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream.