The Chesterfield District Chapter of the S.C. Genealogical Society will meet at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept 14 at the Visitors Center (the old courthouse) at 100 W. Main St., Chesterfield.
George Waldo Long Memorial Presbyterian Church is celebrating its annual Family and Friends Weekend on Sept. 27-28.
Faith and Healing Christian Center Full Gospel Ministries of 127 Ivy Lane, Cheraw, is inviting the public to attend its 22nd Women's Conference and Revival.
Eleven classmates from Coulter Memorial Academy's class of 1955 — the last graduating class — gathered in reunion with family members and friends on May 25 to mark their 59th anniversary.
New, returning or current Northeastern Technical College students have another opportunity to earn college credit before spring semester with the upcoming fall mini-semester, which begins Sept. 22.
HAMLET, N.C. — A Marlboro County man flipped his truck last Friday and escaped with minor injuries.
State officials are inviting Chesterfield County residents to take their kids fishing and get free canoe and kayak paddling lessons this weekend.
Chesterfield County resident Gladys Premo recalls fond memories as a young girl when her parents gave her a little red piano on her fifth birthday. This marked the beginning of a lifelong journey fueled by her love for music and teaching...
The Chesterfield Rams and Anson Bearcats will face off on the gridiron for the inaugural Battle for the Border trophy this Friday.
PATRICK — Marksmen will put their skills to the test this weekend and next month as the Black Creek Gun Club hosts two International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association championship matches.
Before bridges crisscrossed the Pee Dee River, those wishing to travel to and from Cheraw had to use another mode of transportation — ferries.
Sheriff's deputies say a crafty Chesterfield County farmer used GPS monitoring to thwart four alleged thieves who pilfered his pine straw and stole a Kubota tractor.
Two female jailers are accused of having improper dealings with male inmates at the Chesterfield County Detention Center.
Hospice of Chesterfield County will coordinate and sponsor the 25th annual Chesterfield County Christmas Parade. The parade is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 on Main Street in downtown Chesterfield.
Twenty-one-year-old Parker Millsap will perform at the Theatre on the Green on Friday, Sept. 19, in support of his self-titled debut album, to be released Feb. 4 via Thirty Tigers.
Every parent wants their child to succeed, and one of the simplest ways you can ensure your child's academic success is by making a quick trip to the library. September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Chesterfield County Library...
Organizers called the recent Kelly Keith Memorial Golf Tournament “a strong and profitable event.”
A local engineer has volunteered to help with the master plan for Riverside Park, town council members learned at a briefing meeting Tuesday evening.
Students, families and fans gathered at the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store parking lot Aug. 21 to kick off the high school football season in Chesterfield County.
The Cheraw Chronicle office at 114 Front St. will be open by appointment only as the newspaper works to fill vacancies in the newsroom and customer service department.
COLUMBIA — Winners of BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina's LiveLifeBlue photo contest this month will receive VIP passes to the 2014 South Carolina Jazz Festival in Cheraw.
The faculty and staff of Northeastern Technical College honors students for their outstanding academic achievement during the 2014 summer semester. Students are named to the president's list in recognition of a grade-point average of 4.0.
CONWAY — Justin Hicks of McBee recently graduated with a master of arts in education. Hicks was among 305 candidates for graduation at Coastal Carolina University's summer 2014 commencement ceremonies.
Northeastern Technical College is looking brighter these days — and nights — with the installation of new light-emitting diode lights throughout the Cheraw campus.
Northeastern Technical College is now “mobile” with the recent launch of a free mobile app, called NETC Mobile. Students, faculty, staff, and anyone interested in learning more about the college, will now have on-the-go access to college...
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