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Business Rock Hill: 12/05/14 Railroad Crossings

City Manager David Vehaun outlines future upgrades to railroad tracks near the city’s Knowledge Park district.

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Santa’s arrival in Rock Hill [video + photos]

Santa Claus made his entrance in Rock Hill Tuesday night ahead of Thursday’s kickoff of the ChristmasVille festival. Kringle, who normally arrives via reindeer, was delayed after hitting a severe winter storm in Beech Mountain. As a precaution, he was carted off to a nearby Piedmont Medical Center ambulance and escorted to the new Fountain […]

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Cabela’s kicks off hiring for Carowinds Blvd. store

With construction still ongoing, Cabela’s is kicking off its hiring efforts for the new store at Carowinds Blvd. The outdoor retailer is now accepting applications online for 225 full-time, part-time and seasonal positions at the Fort Mill store, one of two in South Carolina. “We’re looking for candidates who are passionate about the outdoors and […]

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Chester Sheriff, county council butt heads on manpower request

A plea for more manpower by Chester County Sheriff Alex Underwood turned ugly Monday night as members of Chester County Council fought back against allegations of politicking and corruption in properly equipping the county’s strapped law enforcement agency. Underwood, Chester County’s first black sheriff, asked council members for four additional deputies to staff his department […]

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High School Football: York, South Pointe advance to state title games

Two York County schools find themselves back in Williams Brice Stadium next week, contending for their respective divisions’ state titles. York defeated Greenwood on the road Friday night 21 to 6 and will play #4 Spartanburg December 6 at 12 noon. South Pointe defeated AC Flora in the midlands Friday 40 to 21 and will […]

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Business Rock Hill: 11/25/14 TIF District Intracacies

The Rock Hill Economic Development Corporation’s Stephen Turner explains the ongoing approval process of a special tax district.

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Rock Hill eyes 9-month moratorium on new apartment construction

New apartment space in Rock Hill could come at a premium in the years to come as the city council considers a future moratorium on multi-family housing. Known to most as apartment complexes, the city’s plan includes a 9-month ban on approving any new apartment projects within city limits and comes as the city reacts […]

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