The town of Cheraw is nammed after a tribe of indigenous Americans, but not much is known about the Cheraw people aside from their name.
The Cheraw Police Department is seeking a better starting pay for newly hired officers with previous experience in law enforcement.
The Cheraw Fire Department recently welcomed a new vehicle to its fleet.The fire department held a dedication ceremony for the new aerial truck on Jan. 18, but the apparatus has actually been with the department since Dec.
The Cheraw Arts Commission will feature African-American fiber art in the Burr Gallery during the month of February. The exhibit is from the 2014 North Charleston Arts Festival on loan through the S.C. State Museum.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Hickson Jr. of Cheraw announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiffany Sommer, to Bradley Allen Griffis of Chesterfield, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Griffis of Chesterfield.
CLEMSON— Clemson University awarded degrees to 1,300 students in Dec. 18 graduation ceremonies in Littlejohn Coliseum.Local students who received degrees are:
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?
Northeastern Technical College will hold FAFSA Day on Saturday, Feb. 21, to help individuals planning on going to college in the fall.
Northeastern Technical College leaders are intrigued by the prospect of free community college for all Americans, but federal funding must be in place before they know what to expect locally.
The following individuals were recently charged by deputies of the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:•Darion Tyrell Threatt, 19, 94 Smith Lane, Pageland, burglary/breaking and entering, Jan. 15
The following individuals were recently charged by officers of the Cheraw Police Department:• Adam Joseph Faile, 32, 714 Colonel Road, Cash, shoplifting, Jan. 20
RALEIGH, N.C. — Kal Jackson, a construction worker from Darlington, South Carolina, plans to save the $100,000 prize he won playing the $1 Million Jackpot game to help buy a house.
Some area residents may have noticed a familiar face on a recent episode of “American Idol.”Karla Davis of Monroe, North Carolina, earned herself a “golden ticket” during a recent audition, meaning...
Matching grants to assist in the exterior enhancement of businesses located within the town limits are still available from the town of Cheraw.
FLORENCE — A renowned R&B and blues performer brings Florence an early Valentine's present as the Uptown Ballroom at Florence Civic Center welcomes Delbert McClinton & the Rondells with Ronnie Kelly and Billy Ray Sanders plus special...
BENNETTSVILLE — American Red Cross volunteer JoAnne Hudson has received the Disaster Cycle Services quarterly national volunteer award for serving as a disaster dispatch operator at the Red Cross' national headquarters from Nov. 20-Dec.
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.