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 ...
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.
Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) deputies arrested one of two men accused of deliberately running over a man riding a moped who later died of his injuries.
A Johnsonville man arrested in 2012 for sexually assaulting an 8-year-old, and allegedly plotting to have the victim and her family killed, pleaded guilty under a negotiated plea deal on Monday.
A Lugoff man employed by KershawHealth is in jail in Darlington County after allegedly texting a Kershaw County teen about sex.
Two men allegedly ran over a Bethune man with a van and then stole the victim's moped, according to information from the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO). The victim later died of his injuries.
The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is warning citizens of two scams in different neighborhoods where con artists are going door-to-door.
Camden and Lugoff firefighters are 'fired up' to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), Thursday through Saturday this week.
The Kershaw County Sheriff's Foundation (KCSF) Board of Directors is accepting 2013 nominations for the Leonard Price Friend of Law Enforcement Award. The KCSF established the award in 2012 to recognize the support of Kershaw County residents for the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO). The award is named after the late Mr. Leonard L. Price, a former resident of the North Central area of Kershaw County who invested heavily in supporting law enforcement.
As most Kershaw County schools opened their doors to students Monday, the Lugoff Fire Department (LFD) was there for the fourth year in a row with a fire truck at Wateree Elementary School (WES) early in the morning as students returned to class. LFD headquarters sent out its 77-foot ladder truck to WES as parents and buses brought students back to school on the nervous "first day."
An allegedly drunk Lugoff man who may have also been high on drugs, purportedly rammed into the back of his girlfriend's vehicle following an argument.
Freddie Grant, 53, of Elgin will spend 30 years in prison for the kidnapping and murder of Richland County teenager Gabriella "Gabbiee" Swainson after negotiating a deal with authorities. Grant pleaded guilty to the charges in front of 5th Circuit Court Judge Robert Hood at the Richland County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon. Grant will be 83 years old when he completes his sentence.
A Camden woman pled guilty Wednesday in federal court to filing false tax returns using other people's identifying information without their authority.
A man posing as a Charleston police officer called a Camden home and said that the residents owed more than $300 in speeding tickets. The man said they had been caught on tape speeding and instructed the resident to purchase a GreenDot card and call him back with a card's number.
A Hartsville man is in the Kershaw County Detention Center (KCDC) on charges related to the theft of two U-Haul trailers in Bethune after being released on bond from the Darlington County Detention Center on related charges.
Honors and accolades continue to come in for the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO), as the S.C. Department of Public Safety named the KCSO its Agency of the Year for the fourth consecutive year. The annual award is given to the top law enforcement agencies in the state in divisions based on the size of the agency. The KCSO won in the category for agencies with 51 to 100 officers.
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