News Sports Obituaries Classifieds 74° Full Menu 74° Home eEdition Customer Service Mobile & Apps Newsletters News All News Local News Local Traffic Cam State News Business Education NIE Crime More News Andrew Dys Nation/World Politics/Government Weird News Databases Down Home Magazine Physicians Directory Fort Mill Times Fort Mill Times Fort Mill Times Sports Submit a News Tip Submit a Letter to the Editor Sports All Sports Panthers College Winthrop High School High School Football Auto Racing Politics Politics Elections Obituaries Opinion All Opinion Editorial Letters to the Editor Submit a Letter To the Contrary James Werrell Palmetto Opinion Living All Living Community Weddings Engagements Anniversaries Births Religion Family Home & Garden Entertainment Entertainment All Entertainment Books Calendar Movies Music Puzzles & Games Rewards Horoscopes Legals Cars Jobs Moonlighting Virtual Career Fair Homes Classifieds Mary Warner Mack Dog Park opens in Fort Mill Ava, the dog owned by the late Mary Warner Mack, was the first dog to enter the new Fort Mill dog park at the Anne Springs Close Greenway named in memory of Mack, who passed away last summer at 23. McClatchy × crossOrigin=”anonymous” SHARE Ava, the dog owned by the late Mary Warner Mack, was the first… Read full this story
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