Home » Entries posted by Andrew Kiel
Stories written by akiel

Rock Hill dismisses against Executive Inn owner

Citing ongoing efforts to raze the former Executive Inn on Anderson Road in Rock Hill, city prosecutors have dropped the charges against the property’s owner, Punam Patel, a city spokeswoman said Tuesday. The motel was closed in late 2014 after it was deemed ‘unsafe for human habitation’ by a city inspector noted failed attempts by […]

York County on the Move: 10/13/15 Development Standards

York County Development Services manager Eddie Moore outlines how the county is working to improve development standards for neighborhoods and businesses within the unincorporated areas of York County. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/YCOTM-2015-10-13DevtStandards.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

Read More

Got a pothole? Rock Hill now sporting dedicated repair teams

This week, Rock Hill’s newly-minted pothole repair teams hit the streets in an attempt to put a dent in area road issues and make your drive around the city a little more smooth. The pothole teams, created this summer under the city’s latest budget, are the latest effort in a series of aggressive programs at […]

Read More

Rock Hill election to proceed; verbal withdrawal from candidate not official

Oneal’s name will appear on the ballot next to Pender’s, Helms said, and should he formally withdraw from the race, poll workers will post signs at polling locations and in the voting booth indicating so.

Read More

2015 High School Football: Week 7 scores and live feeds

High School Football scores from OTS Sports Network games and across the Carolinas.

Read More

Former York County ‘Pennies’ manager joins Rock Hill consulting firm

Leazer started in his new role in September.

Read More

Police: ‘Suspicious package’ at ATC filled with books, clothes

The Rock Hill Police Department’s Bomb Squad was called to Rock Hill Schools’ Applied Technology Center Friday morning after a bus driver reported a suspicious package near the entrance to campus. The package — red book bag — turned out to be a bag filled with books and clothes, Rock Hill Schools spokesman Mychal Frost. […]

Read More