• CHS track team shines in Upper State meet

    The Central High School track team spent Saturday, May 5, at the Upper State Track and Field Finals at Broome High School in Spartanburg. 

    Despite a small number of athletes on the track team all season, as well as some scheduling conflicts, Central was still able to qualify 18 athletes for the Upper State Finals.

  • Where are they now?

    We don’t have to go far this week to find our “Where Are They Now?” athlete. Chuck Clark lives in Pageland and played four years of football and three years of baseball for Pageland High School. He was a member of the Block P Club and was chosen “Best Looking” senior superlative along with Judy Jenkins.

  • Eagle golfers take county championship

    Central High School’s golf team defeated county rivals Cheraw and Chesterfield last week to win the Chesterfield County Golf Championship. The tournament was played Monday and Tuesday at the Cheraw Country Club.

  • Relay For Life

    The annual Relay for Life to raise money and awareness for cancer research was held Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5 at Chesterfield High School’s football stadium. The event featured music, food, games, guest speakers and hundreds of walkers circling the track raising money based on pledges they received and how far they walked.

  • Felons headed to prison on gun possession convictions

    Conway man receives 180 months

    Nettles also announced Friday, April 27 that Leroy Deon Hemingway, 30, of Conway, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Florence for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.   

  • Crime Reports May 1

    Marijuana and DUS

  • Second low-cost rabies clinic is this Saturday

    From release

  • Operation Prom Night is back this week

    This Saturday evening, May 5 is prom night at Central High School and the Pageland Rescue Squad will once again operate Operation Prom Night Safe Ride. Working with the CHS chapter of Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD), students will be given safety information about the dangers of drinking and driving. 

  • Take a kid fishing May 12

    From release

    The Pageland chapter of Wildlife Action will host its annual Take a Kid Fishing Day on Saturday, May 12 beginning at 8 a.m. with donuts, milk and orange juice for the kids and coffee for the adults. This free event is open to the public. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Laney-Austin Engagement

    Mr. J.T. Laney and Mrs. Janet Collins of Pageland announce the engagement of their daughter, Alison Paige to Joey Max Austin son of Mrs. Brenda Austin and the late Donnie Austin of Marshville, N.C.

    She is a 2009 graduate of Northeastern Technical College and is employed by Faronte Nurses in Charlottte, NC. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Julia Mullis.