1994• The Fort Mill Swim Team, coached by Michelle Helms, won the Leroy Springs Aquatics Championship for the fourth year running.
• Fort Mill’s Sisk Memorial Baptist Church, led by the Rev. Roland Dry, celebrated its 50th anniversary.
• The Tega Cay Chamber of Commerce recognized Ed Weaver for his service on city council and as mayor.
• Frank L. Wimmer, a 1979 graduate of Fort Mill High School, was awarded a Doctorate in Psychology from Carleton University, Ottawa Ontario, Canada.
1974• Daniel Roseboro, commonly known as “Rosebud” and a town fixture, had been missing for several days and it was feared that he may have drowned in the Catawba River.
• In Fort Mill’s Democratic primary, Wyatt Gibson unseated Frank Epps as Fort Mill Township Director. Murray B. White was re-elected as Fort Mill Magistrate.
• The Rev. Raymond L. Phillips Jr. arrived in Fort Mill and assumed his duties as vicar of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
• Mrs. Patricia Grant was appointed assistant manager of the Fort Mill B. C. Moore & Sons store becoming the first female to hold that position in any store in the chain’s 50 year history.
1954• Fort Mill Pharmacy, 206 Main St., celebrated its grand opening. Sale items included Coca-Cola, carton of six, with your bottles, 26 cents and candy, any brand, three for 10 cents.
• The Rev. Jamie Stenson, Pastor of Riverview and Doby’s Bridge Presbyterian Churches, submitted his resignation.
1934• Rural Officer George W. Potts seized a Ford car and 6 gallons of whiskey. A warrant was issued for Hugh King of Fort Mill.
• Cigarettes and other articles valued at more than $1,000 were stolen from Edward’s Grocery at Gratton, Fort Mill Township.
1914• Work had begun on the large water works tank on Ardrey’s Hill. The foundation was down and work on the 75-foot steel tower was underway.
• Mr. Thomas R. Garrison, Pineville, N.C., closed a deal with Mr. T. Franklin Massy for the Massey homestead on Booth Street, Fort Mill.
Compiled by Chip Heemsoth, a lifelong resident of Fort Mill.