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York police have arrested two parents accused of withholding medical care from their premature sons, who doctors eventually diagnosed as failure to thrive.
Liz Boles and Brett Johnson knew the setting at Historic Brattonsville’s Hightower Hall was perfect for their vintage-inspired wedding. But for the engagement photos, they chose a full historic theme. Boles, 25, a talented seamstress with an interest in costuming, and Johnson, a literature teacher with a passion for the Victorian era, posed for the photographs in elaborate 19th century period attire sewed by Boles.
York parents have asked the school board protect art, media and in-school suspension programs at elementary schools from planned budget cuts. The $1.9 million in cuts, which include eliminating 22 positions, will dismantle these essential programs, organizer Alicia Bolin told York school board members.
Some members of the York County Council think there’s a better way to distribute the millions of dollars brought in by the county’s hospitality tax.
A Smyrna woman is in jail facing more than 40 forgery and financial card theft charges after police say she made fraudulent credit card transactions and stole checks from an elderly woman she took care of for at least six months.
Ladarius Adams picks the ball out of the air during Clover's spring football scrimmage at Memorial Stadium Tuesday night.
The Clover Vipers finished the season unbeaten in under-10 girls’ softball, defeating the Fort Mill Firecrackers 7-5 in Saturday’s tournament championship at Clover Community Park.
Four Clover High School students recently received letters of acceptance to the South Carolina Governors School for Science and Math.
The Market at Inman Farms, a new roadside market on S.C. 5 west of York, across from Cotton Belt Elementary School, opened Saturday, offering locally-made arts and crafts, fresh herbs, strawberries and other items.
Brightly colored hot air balloons will be flying over Simpsonville as part of an annual Memorial Day celebration.