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September

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Sep 20 // 06:00 PM

Enjoy a delicous BBQ dinner in the air conditioned comfort of the dining car.

Location:South Carolina Railroad Museum
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Sep 27 // 10:00 AM

Learn about the history of pottery in the South and enjoy some delicious BBQ!

Location:Historic Brattonsville
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October

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Filmmaker plans movie on Chester’s ‘Zoloft killer’

Filmmaker plans movie on Chester’s ‘Zoloft killer’

CHESTER — The 2001 case of a Chester County man who blamed the antidepressant drug Zoloft for the shotgun slaying of his grandparents when he was 12 is coming to the big screen. {continue reading}

Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall coming to Fort Mill in October

Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall coming to Fort Mill in October

The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall – a half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. – will make its first stop in Fort Mill in October, returning to York County for the first time in 11 years. {continue reading}

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What is the Olde English District

 

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Map of the Olde English District

Made up of seven counties in the north central area of the state, the district received its name because of the region’s early settlement by the English in the mid 1770s. There were a number of Revolutionary War battles fought in the area as well, and historical markers, parks and buildings offer hundreds of ways to enjoy a piece of living history. {continue reading}