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Indian Land puppies recovering; 2 diagnosed with Pneumonia

An Indian Land animal hospital has received more than a dozen calls from people wanting to adopt four 1-week-old puppies that were tied up in a trash bag and left behind a dumpster last week. A Good Samaritan found the puppies Thursday and rushed them to the hospital. Two of the puppies — Thor and […]

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Acting Winthrop president freezes 10 percent of university’s budget

Acting Winthrop University president Debra Boyd has enacted a ten-percent budget freeze on the university’s spending, ahead of a comprehensive study on the school’s expenditures. In an e-mail distributed earlier today to faculty and staff, Boyd said the funds recovered from the frozen operational spending would be held in a temporary account. That account, Boyd […]

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Phat Bottom lawnmower speedway halts races indefinitely

The owners of York County’s lone lawnmower speedway have put a temporary hold on future races at the rural track. In a September 10 post on Facebook, track owner Bryan Saunders wrote “The track is temporarily closed until we can complete the process of obtaining proper permits and/or approvals.” Saunders had previously told WRHI the […]

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York County advances proposed plan on Lake Wylie overlay

Tighter residential building restrictions are now one step closer to reality for dozens of Lake Wylie homeowners concerned that explosive growth is ruining the small-town feel of their community. York County Council Monday night approved the second of three required readings for a new overlay plan that would restrict growth near the intersection of S.C. […]

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High School Football: Week 3 Streams and Scores

Scores from Week 3¬†from high school football games across the OTS Sports Network and the Carolinas.   Friday, Sept. 12 White Knoll 41 Clover 36 Final River Bluff 14 Fort Mill 7 Final Vance 28 South Pointe 7 Final Dorman 35 Rock Hill 14 Final Central 7 Lancaster 26 Final #3 York 53 Chester 21 […]

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Business Rock Hill: 09/10/14 Explaining the TIF district concept

This week, a closer look at a special tax district designed to redirect million of dollars in potential new property tax revenue for infrastructure projects within Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park. Gary Williams and Lee Gardner, both small businessman with a vested stake in the area, offer their perspectives

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‘Independent Rebublican’ candidate for governor tours S.C. Piedmont

Tom Ervin’s town hall meeting at an Indian Land restaurant Wednesday was more of a meet-and-greet with customers wolfing down their lunch, but that didn’t stop the Anderson broadcaster from connecting with potential voters on a close level. Ervin, 62, prayed with a few men stopping at Midtown Sundries for lunch after introducing himself to […]

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