WALLACE — Sheriff's deputies have charged three people in connection with the Jan. 21 killing of Daniel Quantin Grooms in a gunfight at a woman's home.
DAVIDSON, N.C. — The Cheraw Chronicle's parent company, Civitas Media, named veteran newspaper executive Ralph James Martin as its new CEO on Tuesday.
It's quiet in here. Mamon and Darlin' left in the big red truck to go to town. Mamon has these doctor's appointments every week and so we are left to our own devices. They told Chase and Cricket “watch the house and don't...
The Pee Dee Union Baptist Church's fifth annual Dr. Martain Luther King Jr. birthday celebration drew record numbers this year.
As January nears its end, many Chesterfield County residents are working to stick with their New Year's resolutions to get fit.
The Cheraw Fire Department held a dedication ceremony for its new aerial truck on Sunday, Jan. 18.
After years of being used as a storage building, an important part of South Carolina history has been reopened to the public.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast held on Saturday, Jan. 17 at Fisher Hill Community Baptist Church Family Life Center brought more than 250 people and pastors together to celebrate and commemorate King's life and vision.
WEST HAVEN, Conn. — Dylan Williams of Cheraw was named to the Dean's List at the University of New Haven for the fall 2014 semester, university officials said in a news release.
With two weeks to go before the 21st annual Sandblast Rally zooms into Chesterfield County, race organizer Amy Feistel is already working to make arrangements.
The Cheraw Chronicle is growing, with two new additions to the team in as many months and the return of regular office hours.
The following individuals were recently charged by deputies of the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:
The South Carolina Arts Commission has approved $19,629 in grant funds for Chesterfield County schools and the Cheraw Arts Commission.
Drivers finishing the Sandblast Rally could take a victory lap through downtown Cheraw if town officials help cover the cost of holding a trophy ceremony for the annual spring road race.
Only two weeks into 2015, many people are working to fulfill their New Year's resolutions. Losing weight remains one of the most-common goals, but where to start?
Elaine Kelly, a 1982 Cheraw High School graduate and 20-year retired military veteran, has planned an educational outreach event for veterans and their family members.
Randy Garner | The Cheraw ChronicleChesterfield County recently recognized five employees for whom 2015 marks a milestone. Each employee was recognized for her years of service and presented with a certificate at the County...
Randy Garner | The Cheraw ChronicleLast week's freezing temperatures took their toll on the fountain outside the Marlboro County Courthouse in Bennettsville, where the water was frozen solid for several nights.
ROCKINGHAM, N.C. — Two South Carolina women have been charged with stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise from the Walmart Supercenter across the state line in Rockingham.
CHESTERFIELD — Things got heated at the Chesterfield County Council's first regular meeting of 2015.
A 3-year-old boy is safe with his family in Chesterfield County's Teals Mill community after he went missing on Sunday.
The Cheraw Arts Commission will present its 27th annual Fine Arts Exhibit during this year's Cheraw Spring Festival March 27- 29.
The following individuals were recently charged by officers of the Cheraw Police Department:•Richard Lee Manus, 53, 113 Highland St., Belmont N.C., reckless driving, Jan. 7
Hundreds of courses designed for people looking for new job skills or advancement in the workplace or personal enrichment, will be offered this spring by Northeastern Technical College's division of continuing education.
Chesterfield County residents can witness a fictionalized version of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s last night on Earth in the Cheraw Arts Commission's presentation of “The Mountaintop” at the Theatre on the...