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Rock Hill eyes 9-month moratorium on new apartment construction

New apartment space in Rock Hill could come at a premium in the years to come as the city council considers a future moratorium on multi-family housing. Known to most as apartment complexes, the city’s plan includes a 9-month ban on approving any new apartment projects within city limits and comes as the city reacts […]

High School Football: Week 13 Final Scores

Final scores from high school football games across the OTS Sports Network and the Carolinas. LOCAL GAMES: Northwestern 36 #1 Byrnes 37 River Bluff 28 #9 York 33 Belton-Honea Path 20 South Pointe 23 DIVISION 1 AAAA STATE PLAYOFFS ROUND 2: #6 Fort Dorchester 31 Summerville 16 Lexington 14 Hillcrest 52 #2 Dutch Fork 27 #5 […]

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Video: Winthrop University presidential search update, Nov. 21 ’14

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Virtual office firm Regus opening in Fountain Park Place

A global firm specializing in the virtual office concept will be opening a new office in the newly constructed Fountain Park Place office complex in downtown Rock Hill. While the company has not formally announced its expansion into York County, signage indicating the firm as a new tenant was posted outside Fountain Park Thursday. Matt […]

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Hiring for 270 new jobs suspended at Kershaw gold mine

Plans to expand the Haile Gold Mine in Kershaw hit another snag Thursday. In response to a S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control permit to expand the Kershaw Mine, The Sierra Club of South Carolina appealed the company’s license, leaving further plans for the site in perpetual limbo. And while some question the merit of […]

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14 area same-sex couples apply for S.C. marriage licenses

For the first time in South Carolina, same-sex couples will be able to say, “I Do,” and have the full faith and credit of their government behind them. 14 same-sex couples in York, Chester and Lancaster counties applied for marriage licenses at their respective probate judge’s offices, where the marriage applications do not define the […]

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Fort Mill town council to consider adding $4,000 residential impact fee

Builders in the Town of Fort Mill could tack on an additional $4,000 to every new home in the township if in the near future should council move forward with a plan to expand its impact fee schedule. Council is scheduled to meet Wednesday at 5 p.m. to hear recommendations from a third-party firm charged […]

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