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Closeup: 01/21/16 Guynn Savage

New Fort Mill Mayor Guynn Savage joins Patti Mercer on Closeup Fort Mill Tega Cay. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/CU-2016-01-21.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 01/21/16 Tim Elliott

Tim Elliott provides an update on the Knowledge Park project.

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Love becomes second candidate for York County Council District 2

Local jeweler Allison Love has become the second candidate to announce that she will run for the York County Council District 2 seat being vacated by Bruce Henderson. Love has been the owner and operator of Allison Love Fine Jewelry for 17 years, and is joining Rock Hill businessman Doug Meyer-Cuno in seeking Henderson’s seat. […]

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Carriker leaving Boys and Girls Clubs for same position in NC

David Carriker is leaving as executive director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of York County. Carriker is becoming the executive director of the Boys and Girls Clubs in Wilmington, North Carolina. A drop-in honoring him is scheduled for one week from today,Thursday, January 28th at 11:00 a.m. at the Family Trust Community Room on […]

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Warrants issued for suspect in three Fort Mill burglaries

Authorities say multiple warrants have been issued for a suspect in the burglary of the J-J Aim Right Gun Shop January 4th,and in connection with two other Fort Mill burglary incidents. 20-year-old Tiree Keshawn Waymer of Charlotte is currently being held in the Mecklenburg County Jail on unrelated charges. Waymer is charged with three counts […]

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York County trucking company owner ordered to stop failing to pay IRS

The owner of a York County trucking company that the IRS says owed more than $2.7 million in federal employment and unemployment taxes over five years appeared before a federal court this week. Tony McMillan was ordered to timely file all employment tax returns, make all required deposits of employment and unemployment taxes, and certify […]

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York County Council candidate favors at-large members

A Rock Hill businessman Wednesday announced he is running for an open York County Council seat this year. Doug Meyer-Cuno is the president of Carolina Ingredients. Meyer-Cuno says right now the council has only single-member districts that he calls a silo system. “District 1 represents District 1” Meyer-Cuno said, “and the people in District 1 […]

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