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Many have already braved surgery and chemo, coupled with worries about the future. On Saturday, cancer survivors, their families and supporters braved rain and overcast skies — and they did it with joy.
Clover police chief says miscommunication led to parents being told earlier this month that all district schools were threatened by a possible shooting.
Some 350 students at Kinard Elementary School cheered this week as they watched 5-year-old Triron James' father stationed in Kuwait for the last 10 months walk into the school gym in his U.S. Army fatigues, hoist Triron and his 3-year-old brother on his shoulder and hug them hard.
Area teams are gearing up to raise about $140,000 during Saturday’s annual Relay for Life fundraiser at the York Middle School track. Among the participants are dozens of cancer survivors who share stories of triumph.
It was going to be an ordinary school day for 5-year-old Triron James Jr. Then the dad he hadnt seen since June U.S. Army Sgt. Triron James walked in and hoisted Triron and his younger brother on his shoulder. How did you get here? Triron asked in stunned surprise.
Clovers Blue Eagle Academy has undergone a transformation under the leadership of its new principal. The school focuses on helping students learn to deal with conflict and offers incentives to good behavior. The Clover school district is investing in the program, spendingup to $300,000 to expand into a Junior Blue Eagle program for elementary school ages.
York County rescue squad volunteers left a contract meeting disappointed, saying they were largely shut out of the talks.
The Catawba River makes another appearance – its third – on a national listing of endangered rivers.
All 10 schools in the Clover district were placed on a security lockdown Wednesday morning after district officials were told about the credible threat of a possible shooting at one or more of our schools.
The leaders of York Comprehensive High School and the districts alternative school, York One Academy, have announced plans to retire.