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White announces bid for county council

Fort Mill School Board Chairman Patrick White announced his bid for York County Council Thursday night at the Rock Hill Riverwalk. White says York County just isn’t progressing as fast as other surrounding counties. He says there are several factors county council needs to improve on. White says county council really needs to focus on […]

Resident to County Council: “I’ve lost faith in you guys”

York County Council met Monday night to discuss various issues, one including the ongoing debate over the future of the former Heritage USA tower in Fort Mill. MorningStar says it’s been planning to renovate the tower  since 2007, but five years later little has been done. Fort Mill resident Eric Kinsinger says the dilapidated establishment […]

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Panel working to re-establish SC-NC border

York County residents and officials met on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the impact of reestablishing the boundary between the Block House and Old North Corner. For almost 250 years the land surrounding the Catawba Indian Reservation was seldom thought about. But growth and development in the Charlotte and Rock Hill areas has since spurred dispute […]

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York, Lancaster high school students to benefit from Alive at 25 program

Continental Tire announced the addition of the Lancaster and York school districts to The Alive at 25 program Thursday.  Vice President for marketing and sales at Continental Tire, Bill Caldwell,  says the program supports good activities within the community while boosting an already existing positive relationship. Donations up to 25-thousand dollars from Continental allowed South […]

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Area leaders lobby for York County in Columbia

Local business leaders and officials from across York County met in Columbia this week to discuss economic development in the area.  State Representative Ralph Norman says there are several factors his constituents expect him to deliver. Norman says the legislature needs to remove the red tape in order for the small businesses to have a […]

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