• Mulvaney goes to Congress


    By Christopher Sardelli

    Landmark News Service

    About 15 minutes after becoming the first Republican from Lancaster County to win the 5th Congressional District seat in more than 100 years, Mick Mulvaney appeared overwhelmed.

    Surrounded by his wife, Pam, and members of his campaign team, Mulvaney, the state senator for District 16, thanked a crowd of supporters at the Bradley Arts and Sciences Building at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster for his win over Democratic incumbent John Spratt, who has held the seat since 1983.

  • McBee Honor Roll


    McBee Elementary School

    Honor Roll/Principal’s List

    1st Nine Weeks



    1st Grade Honor Roll (All E’s)

  • Hard work lands good job

    Special to the Progressive Journal

    CHERAW — Would you sign up for a difficult and technical 15-week course with the hope — but no promise — of getting a quality job? While most people wouldn’t put themselves into such a tough spot, a few Chesterfield area folks took the risk — and it paid off.

  • Petersburg recognizes top sellers

    The Petersburg Primary School PTO on Thursday honored the top sellers of its Fall Fundraiser, which generated $4,399 for the school. First place winner was Gracie Moree, who won a $50 gift card, and second place winner was Kierra Patterson, who won a $25 gift card. Both are in kindergarten. Gracie is the daughter of Lisa and Gregory Moree, and Kierra is the daughter of Lisa Hargett and Sheldon Patterson.

  • Sand Hill firefighters dramatize fire prevention

    JEFFERSON — A family with no smoke detector slumbered on when smoke filled their house. Despite valiant rescue efforts by Sand Hill firefighters, three out of four family members died. The other family had a smoke detector and an evacuation plan. They made it out and survived.

    The scenarios were made up but the message could not have been more real.