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...
To meet the growing demands of the hospice program and services at Springhill Assisted Living, Hospice of Chesterfield County will conduct a volunteer training program beginning Friday, Sept. 12.
The nursing assistant program at Northeastern Technical College recently graduated 10 students. The program consists of 80 hours of classroom instruction and 40 hours of supervised clinical training and is offered by the college's division of...
The Chesterfield County Coordinating Council Health Subcommittee is asking for residents' help to identify concerns in local communities and find ways to address them.
The Cheraw Recreation and Leisure Services Department will once again sponsor a local NFL Pepsi Punt, Pass, & Kick competition at Arrowhead Park. The contest will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 28 on the football field at Arrowhead...
The following people were recently charged by the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:• Raymond Gene Griffin Jr., 44, of 167 Airport Road, Apartment 7, Pageland, was charged with third-degree assault and battery.
The Tribe, Cheraw High School's marching band, will host a community Junk in the Trunk Sale from 7 a.m. to noon Sept. 13 in the high school's student parking lot.
A hammer-wielding woman was stunned with a Taser three times after advancing on a Chesterfield County deputy and dousing her with hair gel, according to a sheriff's office report.
Former Cheraw Town Councilman Mickey Workman took advantage of the public comment session at last Tuesday's meeting of council to ask a couple of questions.
The following people were recently charged by the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office:• Thomas Edward Wallace Jr., 60, of 136 Lowe St., Cheraw, was charged with misuse of 911 and assault and battery third degree.
These people were recently charged by members of the Cheraw Police Department:• Robin Hall Manes, 40, of 14935 S.C. 102, Patrick, was charged with shoplifting.
The Embers, featuring Craig Woolard, will perform for the last of the Third Thursdays summer concert series sponsored by the town of Cheraw. The event invites those 21 and older to enjoy the sounds of summer beach music from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m.,...
PINOPOLIS — This summer, Santee Cooper provided hands-on experience in energy-industry fields to three Chesterfield County educators, as part of the 29th annual Energy Educators Institute series at the Wampee Conference Center.
State troopers, sheriff's deputies and police here and throughout South Carolina are cracking down on drunken drivers in an effort to prevent and reduce fatal crashes.
The Cheraw Town Council unanimously approved Ordinance 2015-02 Tuesday evening authorizing the sale of a house and property at 101 White Row in Cheraw for $25.
A request for Cheraw Town Council's financial support of the National Night Out event scheduled for Oct. 7, prompted more conversation than any other subject at Tuesday's regular meeting.
The nine body cameras former Cheraw Police Chief Jay Brooks ordered this spring have arrived, and three of them are already in use.
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