Somewhere on this property off Sutton Road in Fort Mill, construction workers building a 1,000-home subdivision found 16 graves that could be the final resting places for Native Americans with the Catawba Nation.
Somewhere on this property off Sutton Road in Fort Mill, construction workers building a 1,000-home subdivision found 16 graves that could be the final resting places for Native Americans with the Catawba Nation. Jeff Sochko Special to The Fort Mill Times
Somewhere on this property off Sutton Road in Fort Mill, construction workers building a 1,000-home subdivision found 16 graves that could be the final resting places for Native Americans with the Catawba Nation. Jeff Sochko Special to The Fort Mill Times

Grave discovery means some changes for 1,000-home Fort Mill subdivision

June 11, 2015 02:27 PM

UPDATED June 11, 2015 03:53 PM

More Videos

  • Kids are talking turkey at Tega Cay Elementary school

    We asked kids at Tega Cay Elementary School in Tega Cay, South Carolina the question, "How do you cook a Thanksgiving turkey?" Here are their recipes: