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Investigators release details, 911 calls from deadly York Co. shooting

York County Sheriff’s Investigators have released additional details surrounding the July 5 murder-suicide of four people at a family cookout. The following statement was released July 17 by York County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Trent Faris. Additional information in Dunlap Roddey shooting investigation YORK COUNTY, SC – York County Sheriff’s Office investigators continue to evaluate evidence […]

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Giti Tire bumps up production deadline to 4th quarter 2016

“It’s going to be a big plan and a big, complicated project. But we are very happy to work with a very good team.”

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DOT wraps up I-77 bridge repairs early, highway fully open

The two right lanes will be closed at mile marker 82.5. The two left lanes will remain open. The hole is the result of aging infrastructure.

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Police: Craigslist robbery suspects were caught within 30 minutes

The suspects, later identified as Drakkar Griffin, 21, and Cameron Brown, 18, took off with the victim’s phone, his $250 and the iPhone he was going to buy, police said.

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High School Football: 2015 OTS Fall lineup

This season the OTS Sports Network will broadcast more high school football games than ever before. We will air the complete schedules for Clover, Fort Mill, Lancaster, Nation Ford, Northwestern, Rock Hill, South Pointe and York on the OTS Sports Network. The 2015 season of High School Football kicks off on Thursday, August 20 on […]

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Business Rock Hill: 07/15/15 City approves Sora-Phelps agreement

Rock Hill city council has given final approval to a master development agreement with New Jersey-based Sora Phelps for the planned Knowledge Park project between downtown Rock Hill and Winthrop University.  

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Road closures coming in upcoming storm water system upgrades

For some, the rain storm many York County residents experienced Monday night was a spectacular experience: lighting imitating a strobe light, rain falling like a tropical monsoon and the wind pelting the rain down in sheets. But for others, like Rock Hill storm water project manager David Dickson, it brings about worries and thoughts about […]

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