The 18th Annual Camden/Kershaw County Fire Fest will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Rhame Arena (517 Bull St.) in Camden. A part of this year's event will mark the 90th anniversary of the historic Cleveland School Fire -- a fire at a Camden-area school in 1923 that killed 77 people. Because of the Cleveland School Fire, the most deadly in state history, many laws, building codes, regulations, and ordinances have been passed across the nation to prevent this type of tragedy from ever happening again.
A Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) deputy found more than 60 grams of marijuana, less than 1 gram of crack and some other pills in a vehicle after he lawfully stopped a driver and two passengers for not wearing seatbelts or using a turn signal.
September 18, 2013|
A Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) deputy forced a vehicle off the road Tuesday following a chase after the driver, Zachary Zaccone, 36, of Jacobs Mill Pond Road, Elgin, was allegedly involved in a hit and run in Kershaw County. Deputies found Zaccone to be intoxicated and placed him in the Kershaw County Detention Center charging him with DUI, failure to stop for a blue light, leaving the scene of an accident and resisting arrest.
Christina Kirk, an Explorer assistant chief at the Lugoff Fire Department (LFD) Explorer Post, recently attended a national firefighter training camp in Concord, N.H. Camp Fully Involved, is a physically challenging, aggressive, hands-on summer camp directed towards young women between the ages of 14-20 who are interested in exploring the career of firefighting. According to Dave Danielson, of the New Hampshire Fire Standards and Training and Emergency Medical Services (NHFSTEMS) division, Christina was one of two cadets from South Carolina. Danielson said the other South Carolina cadet was from Walterboro. Other cadets attending the camp included 16 cadets from ...
September 02, 2013|
The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is participating in this year's National Child Safety Council's (NCSC) Safetypup program. The program promotes the importance of staying safe and drug free, and will reach children ages 5 through 12 throughout the Kershaw County area.
KershawHealth will conduct an internal investigation to determine if a PC technician arrested August 23 for inappropriately texting a 14-year-old Kershaw County teen used any KershawHealth assets "as part of acts similar to what he has been charged with," KershawHealth Vice President of Marketing and Community Development Joseph Bruce said in an email.
August 30, 2013|