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Rock Hill council OK’s $50k in economic incentives

Two privately-funded construction projects within the confines of Rock Hill’s Old Town District have been awarded economic incentive grants to pay for thousands of dollars in city fees. Rock Hill City Council approved the grants Monday with little discussion, awarding $6,843 in funds to offset permitting and review fees for the AME Zion Conference Center […]

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GALLERY: Off-leash Dog Venue now open at Rock Hill’s Spencer Park

The City of Rock Hill’s first-ever Dog Venue opened Saturday morning at Rock Hill’s Spencer Park. More than 50 dogs led their owners to the site  just outside of downtown Rock Hill. The Rock Hill Dog Club, a major driving force behind the new venue, shared a gallery of photos with WRHI from the grand opening. […]

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Business Rock Hill: 8/6/14 ZipStream residential rollout

This week, we hear from Comporium Communications’ Matt Dosch on the company’s next round of plans to roll out gigabit internet service to 125 neighborhoods in York and Lancaster counties.

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TV host hospitalized after multiple stings from Amazon bullet ants

Could this be the worst pain known to man? Hamish Blake pulled quite the stunt for the season finale of Hamish Blake and Andy Lee’s Australian series “Hamish and Andy’s Gap Year South America,” participating in a coming-of-age ceremony with an indigenous tribe in the Amazon jungle. The 32-year-old was presented with two large mits […]

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Safety, health concerns disperse Rock Hill school supply distribution

A recent uptick in the number of families showing up at Rock Hill School District Three’s Flexible Learning Center for a school supply distribution has led district officials to decentralize their efforts. Last year, more than 3,000 students in need showed up for an all-day giveaway of school supplies, but supplies on hand could only […]

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GALLERY: Dental Access Days in Rock Hill

The S.C. Dental Association’s Dental Access Days kick off this morning and continue through Saturday afternoon. Over the two-day period, organizers hope to treat 1,500 people with $1 million worth of dental care. All day Thursday, organizers set up a bank of dental chairs in the Worship Center at First Baptist Church. Here’s a glimpse […]

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Police: Packages at Dave Lyle Blvd. Walmart not dangerous

Rock Hill Police shut down a portion of the parking lot at the Dave Lyle Blvd. Walmart Thursday afternoon after store employees reported two suspicious packages outside the store. Shortly after 3 p.m., Rock Hill Police spokesman Mark Bollinger said officers learned of the duffel-bag like packages and cordoned off a section of the parking […]

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