1994• The Indian Land varsity cheerleaders, sponsored by Ginger Pope, were invited to cheer at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.
• Country Cottage, owned by Shelia Helms, returned to Main Street after a four-year absence.
• The Main Street Fountain and Grill was running a breakfast special of two eggs, grits or hash browns, toast, meat and coffee for $1.49.
• Fort Mill expanded its town limits by 169 acres. The annexed property was zoned as residential.
1974• Improvements for Fort Mill’s cluttered and crowded fire department building met with city council’s approval.
• Sgt. Donald B. Lambert was on convalescent leave at his home in Fort Mill after breaking his neck at Fort Jackson.
• York County received $34,313.44 from mini bottle taxes during the 1973-74 fiscal year.
• Recent movies at the Rock Hill drive-ins included “McQ” with John Wayne, “Bloody Mama,” “Love Times Three” and “Three for a Party.”
1954• Herbert R. Mauk, Quartermaster First Class of Fort Mill, was named Navy Recruiter for the Rock Hill recruiting office.
• Ronnie Cousart of Troop 108, St. John’s United Methodist Church, was awarded his Eagle Scout award at a Court of Honor.
1934• The Fort Mill Company of the South Carolina National Guard returned from Camp Jackson after two weeks of camp. The company had 36 members qualify as marksmen.
• Work on the sewer system being installed in Fort Mill was delayed by a mishap to the ditching machine.
1914• Joe McGinnis, a second hand in the spinning room of the Fort Mill Manufacturing Co., fell dead at his work.
• W. L. Ferguson, one of Fort Mill’s crack ball players, received a handsome necktie as a reward for hitting a home run in a game at Greenwood.
Compiled by Chip Heemsoth, a lifelong resident of Fort Mill.