Earlier this month, See Lancaster SC was again designated an accredited National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street Center, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, said Cherry Doster, the city’s marketing and development manager.
KERSHAW – The Full Moon Tanning Boutique on North Hampton Street held a fashion show Sunday, April 12. However, the talk of the event was what happened about 10 minutes before the show began when a Chevrolet pickup ran into the parking lot seating area.
Over the past few weeks, Rev. Lorenzo Small Sr., pastor of Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, 912 Clinton Ave., has preached a series of sermons to his congregation about sharing not only love but “the gifts of necessity” with others, he said.
FORT MILL – The Anne Springs Close Greenway recognized its first completed capital project from the “Nature Needs You” capital campaign Thursday, April 9, with the ribbon cutting on the new Comporium Amphitheater.
Area firefighters and emergency crews responded to a fire at a reputed drug house north of Lancaster Friday morning, April 10, that deputies believe was intentionally set by the suspect in a domestic violence incident.