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Hunter’s discovery leads officers to Rock Hill pot farm

A hunter’s surprising find Tuesday night led York County’s Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit to more than 100 marijuana plants growing on a farm on the eastern side of Rock Hill. Officers were called to Celriver Road Tuesday after a hunter said he stumbled upon a pot farm. A subsequent investigation Tuesday from the air led […]

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One-year-old discovered inside inactive Rock Hill meth lab

York County drug agents found a one-year-old child living inside a Rock Hill believed to have been the site of a recently active methamphetamine lab. Around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, officers with the county’s Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit returned to 2787 Lesslie Dale Road following reports that people inside the mobile home were manufacturing methamphetamine. Inside, […]

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Sharon teen earns Sheriff’s Commendation for helping investigators

A York County teenager has earned a commendation from York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant following a home invasion earlier this year. On March 28th, Luke Dowdle, 17, was home alone when someone broke into his home near the town of Sharon. It was only after the suspect was inside did he realize he wasn’t alone […]

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Clover water main break repaired; no boil water advisory issued

Water service to several thousand Clover residents was restored early Tuesday morning following a massive water main break. Shortly after 3 a.m., the town posted news of the outage to it’s Facebook page, indicating residents on town’s water system would have little water pressure — or more likely — a total loss of water service. […]

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Details of $60M bond referendum to become public Wednesday

This week, the details of a $60 million bond referendum that could come before York County voters this November will become public. York County Council will discuss the referendum plans Wednesday in a public workshop that will likely glean attention from the City of Rock Hill, local law enforcement and the voting public. In June, […]

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Rock Hill man receives life sentence in killing of wife, granddaughter

Even the prosecutor had to stop and collect his emotions while explaining the details of a pair of murders he called “ghastly.” Ronald Gregory, 68, didn’t apologize, show emotion, or say much at all Monday while entering a plea to killing his wife and granddaughter. Gregory refused a lawyer and defended himself, pleading guilty but […]

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Business Rock Hill: 07/09/14 Quidditch World Cup

Rock Hill’s PRT Department explains why the U.S. Quidditch Association chose Rock Hill for its 2015 National Championship.

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