U.S. Air Force Airman Shane A. Boling has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Eva Cook of Camden was among volunteers honored by LifeCare Hospice of S.C. in recognition of National Volunteer Week.
Registration for Kershaw County Recreation Department swim teams in underway with a deadline of May 13 to sign up.
Dr. Lonnie Randolph Jr., president of the South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, will be the featured speaker at the Camden/Kershaw County Branch NAACP's 25th annual Freedom Fund banquet Saturday.
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Nathanael P. Miller, son of Julie and Mark Miller of Elgin, recently completed Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline.
Dr. H.W. Hulteen of Camden was presented the Palmetto Patriot Award by Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer prior to his leaving state office. Hulteen was recognized for his years of service to state boards and agencies as well as to the citizens of South Carolina.
Local veterans are expressing pride in their younger counterparts for tracking, confronting and, ultimately, taking down America's most wanted enemy, al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
I hear that cicadas are back. My children used to collect the shells they leave on tree trunks. The ones we are seeing now are a species that appears in 13-year intervals. They are probably best known for their buzzing and clicking noises. Their sound is one of the "summer sounds." The males make this noise with a "built-in drum."
Minnie Outlaw (left), who with Johnny Outlaw (not pictured) are owners of Taco Bell in Lugoff, hands off a plaque detailing the restaurant's top rankings in South Carolina and the nation to Mike Uggiano, general manager. The restaurant was awarded the No. 6 slot in the nation based on how customers ranked it for cleanliness, hospitality, accuracy of their order, maintenance of the restaurant, product quality and speed of service and whether they would recommend the restaurant to a friend. The restaurant was rated on the customer survey criteria CHAMPS utilized by Yum ...
Come out for a doggone good time at Grace Episcopal Church's 75th annual Spring Dog Show, to be held Saturday in Rectory Square in Camden.
Giving a sneak peek at a limited-number special edition binding of "A History of Kershaw County, South Carolina," to be unveiled Sunday at the Kershaw County Historical Society (KCHS) meeting, are KCHS President Steve Reynolds (left) and Publications Chairman Harvey Teal. Only 100 copies will be available of the leather-bound, navy-blue edition bearing a classic King Haiglar image and lettering in gold, designed to complement vintage "Historic Camden" volumes. Each copy is numbered and signed by authors Joan A. Inabinet and L. Glen Inabinet, whose history appeared in regular binding in January. The KCHS will meet at 3 p.m ...
Get a head start on summer with registration for swim lessons at the Kershaw County Aquatic Center.
Bethune celebrates its poultry heritage this weekend with the 33rd annual Bethune Chicken Strut.
Goodwill will partner with the city of Camden and Kershaw County to offer an electronics recycling drive from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the Camden Goodwill store, 1671 Springdale Drive in Camden. In addition to accepting donations of computers, peripherals and other electronics items, Goodwill will accept other items such as clothing, toys and books.
Dr. James D. Smith has opened Camden Clinic of Chiropractic LLC at 408 E. DeKalb St., Suite D, in Camden. Officer Manager is Gail Smith. "We dedicate our practice and experience to the use of relief and corrective techniques that successfully deal with problem cases, structural rehabilitation, extremity problems, migraine headaches and Fibromyalgia, as well as many other problems," said Smith. Camden Clinic of Chiropractic is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. The phone number is (803) 272-0990. Joining Smith to celebrate the ...