“Our volunteer agencies that we partner with to deliver services — we have to be extra critical — and hopefully, not unfairly.”
Middle school math teacher Naomi Swope Elkin. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/CU-2015-06-16.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
Rock Hill NAACP chair Susie Hunton and city councilwoman Sandra Oborokumo discuss the current state of race relations in Rock Hill and surrounding communities.
A change in Winthrop University’s leadership is on the horizon, with new president Dan Mahony starting in his new role July 1. But before Mahony’s formal start at Winthrop, community leaders took a few moments Monday to thank the woman who has led the university in the interim: Acting president Debra Boyd. Boyd, who was […]
It took just under a year from start to finish — but after months of debate, negotiation and a little bit of fear-mongering by opponents, York County council has inked itself a new deal supporting Rock Hill’s efforts to revitalize the city’s blighted Bleachery district. Known as the ‘Knowledge Park’ city leaders, private businesses and […]
Chappell, 86, told his former colleagues that he was ailing from an unspecified “medical” condition and did not “have long” to live.
“We hope that people pay attention to it. But it really goes back to the neighborhood watch group themselves. They want to publish that they’re reporting all [suspicious] activity,” she added.