McCOLL — Rummaging through a backyard shed packed with stacks of sealed cardboard boxes full of yard decorations he's already bought for next Christmas, 45-year-old Michael Adams admits “I might have a disorder of some...
While Carolina suffered a defeat to Clemson on the field, Carolina emerged victorious on a much tinier field in Cheraw last week.
Some children ask Santa Claus for the year's hottest must-have toy. For others, a job for Mom or Dad or presents for needy classmates may be their most fervent Christmas wish.
On Dec. 31, the nation celebrates National Make Up Your Mind Day. The timing is perfect to coincide with those pesky New Year's resolutions. Some decisions are big and you might need time to plan before you make up your mind. Other decisions are...
Cheraw firefighters sprayed out two grass fires on Monday, and Fire Chief Marvin Murray said both were sparked by an illegal but common practice.
Students on Long Middle School's athletic teams have been putting some long hours into serving their community.
These people were recently charged by members of the Cheraw Police Department:• Jose Juan Ramos Zenteno, 44, 106 Marion St. driving without a license, Nov. 25
BENNETTSVILLE — The Community Development Corp. of Marlboro County will hold its first Holiday Gala on Friday, Dec. 5 at the Community Center in Bennettsville.
Members of the Historical Sawmill Missionary Baptist Church hosted the Baptist Women's Alliance World Day of Prayer program on Nov. 3.
The Cheraw Arts Commission will feature polymer clay holiday ornaments at Adult Art Night on Tuesday, Dec. 16.
The Cheraw Arts Commission will present three movies during the holidays. “The Polar Express,” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (cartoon) and “National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation” will be the featured...
Happy Holidays, Happy Holidays!
LAURINBURG, N.C. — A 38-year-old Bennettsville man has been accused of raping a North Carolina woman late Friday night, according to Laurinburg police.
LAURINBURG, N.C. — When World War II began for the United States in December 1941, Grady McCoy Hubbard was working in his father's grocery store in McColl, South Carolina.
Open enrollment in the federal health insurance marketplace through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is still in full swing.
The Northeastern Technical College Alumni Association will be sponsoring an on-campus book reading at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2 in the college library (Building 500) to highlight NETC authors/instructors Max Everhart and Elizabeth Dutton and their...
CHESTERFIELD — Deputies have arrested three people in a rash of thefts spanning four local counties.
As most people take to the stores for their Christmas shopping needs, local law enforcement officials say criminals may be out to do their shopping in other people's homes and vehicles.
FLORENCE — The Florence Civic Center has confirmed that the “Bill Cosby – Far From Finished” event scheduled for Feb. 20 has been indefinitely postponed.
Thirteen students recently graduated from Northeastern Technical College's nursing assistant program.
These people were recently arrested and charged by officers of the Cheraw Police Department:•Michael Eugene Jordan, 41, 385 Will Boan Road, Patrick, shoplifting Nov. 17.
These people were recently arrested and charged by deputies of the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:• Michael Anthony Aldridge, 45, 4721 Peach Orchard Road, simple assault - criminal domestic violence, Nov. 13
DARLINGTON — With its first peanut harvest season coming to a close, things are starting to calm down at the new Birdsong Peanut buying station in Darlington.
Gov. Nikki Haley is on an 11-day trip to India. There are some who are grumbling, calling her trip just another post-election junket by a politician.