• 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.

  • Addington-Whiffen

    Carol Ann Deaver of Jefferson announces the engagement of her daughter, Katie Addington to Josh Whiffen, son of Bryan and Stacey Whiffen of Anderson.

    Both will graduate from Furman University with a Bachelor degree in Psychology.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Martin Vanderlip

    The wedding of Taylor Martin Vanderlip and Emily Erin Gillespie at Flint-Groves Baptist Church in Gastonia, NC was held on January 14, 2012 at 2 p.m. with friends and family.

  • Where are they now?

    This week we go back 45 years to the days of the green and gold clad Pageland Tigers. Michael Broome played football, baseball and basketball for five years for Pageland High School. After graduating from high school in 1967 he attended Wingate College, receiving his associate degree in science. From there he went on to Clemson University earning his B.S. degree in industrial management.

  • Central golfers down Cheraw

    The Central High School golfers defeated their host Cheraw Braves in a 9-hole match 167-172 at Cheraw Country Club on Monday, April 23.

    Scores for the Eagles were Ben Miller 37, Austin Terry 39, Matthew Terry 39and Trent Hutto 51.

  • Three karate students earn their black belts

    Three students at Waiter’s Martial Arts Studio in Pageland recently achieved a milestone when they were awarded their black belts.

    Tyrek Shaw, 11, and Grace Pittman, 16, earned their belts April 15 by passing an examination by Hanshi James White of Lancaster. Courtney Criminger, 15, passed her exam in November 2011.