July 10, 2020

The mask mandate was voted into place in Fort Mill on July 8, and while many are happy to see the Town taking safety precautions, others are not so happy. Here's an open letter to the community on why we can't get along about this simple safety measure.

July 10, 2020

Blow Out! Beauty & Dry Bar opened in 2018 as York County's first dedicated blow dry bar. Mother-daughter duo and Fort Mill natives, Caroline Wells and Patti Whisenant wanted to bring the sophisticated style of blow drying and unparalleled convenience of a dry bar c...

July 9, 2020

The 20+ acres of sunflower fields at Draper Wildlife Management Area in York County are currently at peak bloom and will last through the weekend (July 10-12).

July 1, 2020

It was a pleasure being a guest on CN2 news last week. I spoke with Laurabree Monday about Fort Mill Now, what we're all about, and how it came to be.

July 1, 2020

Catawba Nuclear Station celebrated 35 years of operation on June 29. The power plant began generating electricity to help meet the Piedmont Carolinas’ energy needs in 1985. During the past 35 years, the station has produced over 594 million megawatt-hours of electricit...

June 30, 2020

With COVID-19 cases on the rise, some 4th of July celebrations will be virtual, while other in-person events will continue with safety precautions in place.

June 26, 2020

You may know Maui Açai as the food truck by the Baxter YMCA, but with the launch of their second truck, you'll be seeing them all around town! Their YMCA truck will act as their permanent location at 857 Promenade Walk, while their second truck will be used for events...

June 25, 2020

Founded by Fort Mill Now, the Fort Mill Relief Fund was created to support local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of $4,509 was raised and is in the process of being donated to 18 small businesses thanks to local donors and business partners.

June 22, 2020

At last you can enjoy shopping local at the new Fort Mill Farmer's Market hosted by the Town of Fort Mill! On Saturdays from July 11-September 5, from 8am-noon. Apply to be a vendor today.

"After protests grew across the United States over the murder of George Floyd, Jasmine Lennon decided to create a protest of her own. In a predominately white suburb in South Carolina, Jasmine marched silently and inspired her neighborhood to join the conversation...

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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Meet Hilton, a playful boy waiting for his furever home at the Humane Society of York County.

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