The House worked late many nights last week, debating amendments to the $24.5 billion budget for state government for fiscal year 2015-16, which begins in July. The amended budget bill was approved and sent to the Senate for review.
The following individuals were recently charged by deputies of the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:• Joshua Kirven Jacobs, 18, 2023 Campbell Road, Patrick, simple assault, March 6
The National Technical Honors Society held an induction ceremony at Northeastern Technical College on March 12.The society honored the achievements and outstanding performance of the following area students:
On Stage Theatre Group is holding auditions for “Wedding Belles” by Alan Bailey and Ronnie Claire Edwards produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
The Cheraw Arts Commission will present its 27th annual fine arts exhibit during this year's Cheraw Spring Festival March 27- 29.
Elaine Kelly, a Cheraw native and 20-year retired military veteran, will conduct an educational outreach for veterans and their family members.
Chesterfield General Hospital was recently recognized by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control for participating in the S.C. Smart Business Recycling Program.
Lindsay Bennett of the Cheraw Arts Commission said the dancers participating in the 2015 Dancing With Our Stars competition have come a long way since they began preparing for the dance-off in mid-January.
The Spring Festival is on its way. The 40th annual celebration welcoming the transition from winter to spring will begin March 27 and continue through March 29 in Cheraw.
It's Sunshine Week in South Carolina and the nation.It is a time to recognize and encourage open government and letting the sun shine in on public documents and meetings.
CARTHAGE, N.C. — A man accused of pilfering pine straw in Chesterfield County last summer faces felony charges in a North Carolina pine needle theft.
The Cheraw Chronicle was honored Saturday with two awards in the South Carolina Press Association's 2014 News Contest.
A local business owner has entered into a contest to win $25,000.
Town leaders plan to hire a Sumter contractor to demolish a 40,000 square-foot portion of The Cheraw Complex.
As an educator, writer and civil rights activist, Bernice Stokes Robinson played an important part in Cheraw history. City residents are remembering her legacy as the nation observes Women's History Month this March.
The Cheraw Police Department needs a security door and window to protect police dispatchers after business hours, Police Chief Keith Thomas said.
Chesterfield County roads were transformed into a racetrack last weekend as the 2015 Sandblast Rally roared through.
Do you have a winning recipe you'd like to share?Do you have a signature dish that's just too good to keep to yourself?Do you know of a healthful alternative to an unhealthy but delicious dish?
The Four Seasons Garden Club of Cheraw will hold a card and game night fundraiser to beautify the Matheson Memorial Library grounds on Thursday, March 12.
Three Northeastern Technical College employees were recently named as the college's Educators of the Year and recognized at the annual South Carolina Technical Education Association Conference held Feb. 19 in Myrtle Beach.
How many traffic deaths are acceptable in your family?
The following individuals were recently charged by deputies of the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:• Shelby Capre Robinson, 18, Pageland Place Apartments, Apt. C-3, Pageland, shoplifting, Feb. 24
The following individuals were recently charged by officers of the Cheraw Police Department:• Antionette Tuzette McKenzie, 44, 108 S. Parsonage St., Bennettsville, shoplifting, Feb. 26
Mr and Mrs Wayne Chapman of Cheraw announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Renee Chapman to Christopher Antonio Douglas of Bennettsville.
CHESTERFIELD — Are you “hunting” for large, beautiful Easter eggs?