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Final project on 1997 ‘Pennies’ referendum completed

Nearly 20 years after the first Pennies for Progress sales tax referendum was approved by York County voters, the final project on the 1997 ballot measure wrapped up over the weekend. The two-mile stretch of Albright Road from Black Street to S.C. 901 opened Monday, Pennies’ program manager Phil Leazer said. The $12.1 million project […]

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Rock Hill School board gives amended tax plan a ‘thumbs up’

Months of private talks and two hours’ worth of public discussion Monday appeared to be enough for the Rock Hill School District’s board of trustees to sign off on an amended tax district designed to the centerpiece of infrastructure improvements within the Knowledge Park district. Board members voted 5 to 2, with council members Walter Brown […]

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Preservationist: $245 per square foot to fix York Courthouse “outrageous”

Some fresh eyes on the ongoing — and rather costly — York County courthouse renovations may give the York County Council just enough interest in continuing the project. The renovations, now in their second year of work, have already cost the county $5.3 million dollars. Well behind schedule, the contractor responsible for completing the work […]

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High School Football: Week 9 Final Scores

Final scores from high school football games across the OTS Sports Network and the Carolinas. #4 Northwestern 66 Nation Ford 19 #8 York 14 Fort Mill 30 Broome 17 South Pointe 38 Lancaster 24 Union County 31 Gaffney 35 Clover 5 Chester 16 Clinton 22 Great Falls 6 Lamar 62 Lewisville 43 Johnson 32 #1 Byrnes […]

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City of Rock Hill pushes school district to vote on TIF plan

Pressure this week from the City of Rock Hill has bumped up the timeline for Rock Hill School District Three’s board of trustees to decide on a proposed extension and expansion to a Tax Increment Financing District in the city’s Knowledge Park corridor. The district, sometimes referred to as a TIF district, would redirect any […]

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Business Rock Hill: 10/22/14 Comfort Systems

Rock Hill’s Comfort Systems is moving its headquarters to a new location in Rock Hill as the company has a big vision ahead for its next 50 years in York County

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Knights to host the Chicago White Sox in April 3, 2015 exhibition game

After a record-breaking inaugural season at BB&T Ballpark — the most visited venue in Minor League Baseball in 2014 — the Charlotte Knights will open the 2015 campaign in Uptown Charlotte with an exhibition game against their parent club, the Chicago White Sox, on Thursday, April 3 at 6:05 p.m. Charlotte Knights General Manager of […]

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