Police investigating shooting near Clover, South Carolina
A man was shot early Wednesday morning, April 18, 2018, on Bowling Green Drive in the Clover, South Carolina area near the N.C. border, according to the York County Sheriff's office. The victim was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
Five student athletes from Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill, South Carolina, participated in a spring college signing ceremony. The sports they play are lacrosse, volleyball, baseball and basketball. They're taking their game to the next level.
The boys lacrosse teams from Nation Ford and Fort Mill high schools met for the regular season finale. Fort Mill won the high-scoring match to clinch the Region IV title. Both teams are now getting ready for the S.C. 5A playoffs.
In a close Region IV track meet, Fort Mill's boys and girls squads edged their crosstown rivals, Nation Ford High. Going into the April 11, 2018 meet, Nation Ford had only one loss, to Rock Hill and had South Carolina title hopes.
There will be no shortage of Major League Baseball scouts at the Rock Hill High-Northwestern baseball game April 16, 2018. A big reason is 6-foot-7, 250-pound Bearcats pitcher R.J. Petit, who is regularly hitting 90 miles per hour on radar guns.
The first meeting between the two schools saw Nation Ford grab the win with a 3-0 shutout at Memorial Stadium in Clover. The second time around, it was anyone's match as a lone goal made the difference.
Clifford was let go following a meeting with new general manager Mitch Kupchak, who took over Monday night. The 36-46 Hornets missed the playoffs for a second consecutive season. Here's what might happen next.
Hundreds of children "raced" frogs Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the annual Come-See-Me Festival in Rock Hill. The longest leap earned the racer an oversized frog trophy. The 9-day festival continues through April 21.
Thousands gathered Friday, April 13, 2018 for a second day of the 9-day Come-See-Me Festival in downtown Rock Hill. Children decorated Main Street with chalk art, a kazoo choir followed Glen the Frog, and bands entertained as dancers shagged.
The Children of Abraham is a group of Muslims, Christians and Jews coming together to find friendship and common ties, said Will Read, one of the group’s founders. The group will host a conversation on “Moses/Musa and The Burning Bush” Sunday.