Joe and Scott Houston of Chester needed almost 24 hours, a crossbow, three harpoons, and a .45 revolver named “The Judge” to bag a huge 12 foot, 620 American alligator in a hunt near the South Carolina coast.
Caliber Collision of Rock Hill, South Carolina, fixed up a car for Harry Jennings who once struggled with homelessness and substance abuse. Jennings now is a supervisor for Renew Our Community, which serves people like he used to be.
Lori Coffey from near Tampa, Fla., found a plaque in a thrift store honoring Thomas “T.J” Dudley, a Marine from York County killed in action in Afghanistan in 2011. She is a mother of a Marine and has worked to get the plaque to Dudley’s family.
Gail Cook retired Friday after 33 years working at the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles in York County. In a tough customer service business, Cook’s co-workers and a DMV room in Fort Mill was filled with clients who gave her a standing ovation.
Police in York, South Carolina, responded to a shoplifting call Wednesday and found the suspect had five children with her. Police bought ice cream for the kids and threw a birthday party for one of them.
Ladarrus Crawford, 28, was shot Sept. 7 outside his girlfriend’s apartment on Lucas Street in Rock Hill. His family wants justice and answers, but police so far don’t have answers and a killer or killers remains uncaught.
Four people died in a bus crash a year ago that cost Ramah Juco Academy from Rock Hill, South Carolina, its first season. Then Hurricane Irma last week canceled a return first game. Can the team finally get a break and have a game? The team says yes.
Family members who traced ancestry to slaves listed on a monument in Fort Mill, South Carolina, say the monument is unique and should remain as the country debates whether Confederate monuments have a place in modern America.
Groups from York, Chester, and Lancaster counties from police officers to tattoo artists, church groups to political activists, are coming together to collect donations for flood victims of Harvey in Texas and Louisiana.
Travis Taylor and Karina Barajas had never met until June 18, Fathers Day, when both used CPR training and skills to try and save another stranger who had been injured in a Cherry Road motorcycle crash. They now share a special bond and a friendship they
Strangers who worked together to try and save Rock Hill crash victim reunite
Defendant who shot and killed friend in Rock Hill apologizes in court
Traffic and growth in Fort Mill lead topics for Town Council candidates
Fort Mill Town Council candidates share ideas about parking, recreation