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Area 11 Special Olympics draws 1,200 athletes to Rock Hill

“It’s all about having fun,” said athlete Joshua Meyer, 28. “It doesn’t matter what place you come in as long as you do your best.”

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VIDEO: York County deputies release video in church break-in

Do you recognize this man? York County Sheriff’s Deputies say he broke into Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church the evening of April 6, 2015.

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Amphitheater at Anne Springs Close Greenway open for business

“We have our first wedding here in just a few weeks,” Martin said. “It’s already drawing in a whole other way for people to participate in the Greenway.”

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York County Sheriff: “Body cameras are not the answer”

Saturday’s deadly shooting of an unarmed man by a North Charleston, S.C. police officer is again renewing the national dialogue surrounding police officers to wear body cameras. Video of the officer’s fatal gunshots was made public Tuesday after a witness turned his cell phone account of the incident over to victim Walter Scott’s family. Following […]

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Newport firefighters facing six month recoveries after March 23 fire

Together, Newport Fire District firefighters Joe Volk and Rich Diamanti have decades of service under their belts. Until a few weeks ago, neither of them have ever been injured in the line of duty. Both men were injured the afternoon of March 23 while extinguishing a house fire on Volunteer Drive west of Rock Hill. […]

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Business Rock Hill: 04/08/15 Civility

Monday night, opponents of a proposed extension to a special tax district that would serve Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park spoke before York County council. But splattered between misinformed opinions and half-baked truths were a series of insults railed towards Rock Hill’s business community.

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RHEDC to sell Bass, McFadden condominiums on Main Street

A key piece of Rock Hill’s Main Street saved by the city’s economic development arm nearly 20 years ago will soon be up for sale. The Bass and McFadden buildings at 210 and 212 East Main Street are scheduled to go on the real estate market his summer, Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation director Stephen […]

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