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Rock Hill School board mulls $300k cut to alternative school program

Rock Hill School District Three superintendent Kelly Pew had her work cut out for her within months of her May 2014 arrival. The budgeting process would be hard, she recalled Monday after school board members were formally briefed on the district’s next spending plan. As WRHI first reported last week, Pew and her team have […]

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Mulvaney: Be leery of inside-the-beltway lingo on federal budget

While it is true that the U.S. Congress has passed a budget in Washington, experts familiar with capitol building politics say the budget’s passing should not be seen as a sign that lawmakers have accomplished something on their watch. U.S. Representative Mick Mulvaney of Indian Land says there is a lot a lingo in Washington […]

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Gallery: York County Sheriff’s Office trains bloodhound puppies

Who can’t resist a few puppies on a Friday? Check out these K-9 Bloodhounds in training at the York County Sheriff’s Office. Seven Bloodhounds were put into service in March, training with the sheriff’s office K-9 team to track human scents and eventually be used in situations like looking for a missing person or searching […]

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2 administrators, 9 teachers in limbo in Rock Hill budget shortfall

Board members are set to review the budget proposal during a work session Monday night.

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KSU names successor for exiting dean to be next Winthrop president

Kent State University in Kent, Ohio has named an interim replacement for Daniel Mahony, who leaves university this spring to become Winthrop’s next president. The Record-Courier reports Mark Kretrovics will step in as the interim dean of KSU’s dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Services. Mahony has made several campus visits to […]

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Colbert fulfills $17,758 worth of York County teachers’ requests

“We had a lot of equipment that was breaking,” Helms said, “and for the last month and a half I haven’t had [anyone donate].”

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Lancaster police: 3 family Chihuahuas shot and killed in family’s backyard

“People who kill innocent animals should be considered as a danger to others. We need your help to bring this gun wielding subject to justice,” said Chief Harlean Carter.

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