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Rock Hill council approves 150-home development amid road congestion concerns

A second stab for Charlotte Developer Kent Olson’s new neighborhood near the Rock Hill airport turned out to be just enough to pass muster before the city council Monday night. Olson brought a revised, scaled-down plan for the Lakewood Forest subdivision before council for rezoning and annexation into city limits which passed by a 5-2 […]

Mulvaney: Keep cops’ body camera discussion out of Washington

While recent events both on the state and national level have renewed the call for police officers to be issued body cameras, U.S. Congressman Mick Mulvaney says he would like the federal government to keep its hands off that particular issue. At a Town Hall forum in Rock Hill Monday night, Mulvaney, a Republican from […]

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York County property reassessment notices coming in May

York County’s next round of property reassessment notices will be coming to your mailbox next week. The county’s assessor’s office is getting ready to roll out 115,000 notices to area property owners the first week of May. “The notices reflect the new value of all property located in York County that is valued by the […]

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Next Rock Hill budget expands focus on city-wide road repairs

Rock Hill’s next budget takes a major stab at road improvements. In a draft presented to city council Wednesday, the city’s next spending plan calls for a $360,000 increase in the city’s road repair fund. The plan calls for adding one full-time employee to the city’s public works department while deploying two dedicated pothole repair […]

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Come-See-Me Tailgate party moved to Sunday

The tailgate party, a mix of music, fun and shenanigans, has been moved to Sunday, festival publicity chairperson Alison Mallard said Thursday.

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Local group receives $5.6 million grant to tear down derelict homes

The Catawba Regional Council of Governments recently received the $5.6 million grant as part of a statewide distribution of neighborhood improvement project grants given to states across the southeast.

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FBI: York teen wanted to join ISIS and kill U.S. soldiers

Officials said the 16-year-old admitted he had been seduced by radical Islam. His family was from Syria.

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