Nearly three years ago, when I first thought about living without cable TV, it seemed impractical. But given the proliferation of entertainment choices online, life without cable no longer seems impossible.
First graders at Kinard Elementary School in Clover read books to dogs and cats at the York County animal shelter in York on Wednesday. The goal was to help socialize the animals that may not be accustomed to being around people. After the students visited the shelter for the second day on Wednesday, staff said many of the animals moved "from the back of the cage to the front."
Clover first graders read to fury friends at animal shelter
South Pointe High hosts academic signing day for college-bound seniors