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Clowney’s father charged with attempted murder in strip club shooting

David Morgan, 45, of Whitner Street was taken into custody at Piedmont Medical Center and charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Carolina Reds in Cooperstown-Blog: Day 4

Game three of pool play saw the Carolina Reds go down to the Syracuse Junior Chiefs, 13-8. After finding themselves in an early hole against the ace of the Chiefs pitching staff, the Reds battled back behind timely hitting from HA Atkinson and Andrew “Dew” Wright. The Reds took an 8-7 lead in the fifth […]

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York County tourism official part of SC delegation to NCAA headquarters

The ban, in place for more than a decade, excluded South Carolina from bidding on major NCAA events until July 10.

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SCHSL Releases Proposed 2016-2018 5A Realignment

Assuming the SCHSL has its way, many area high school will end up in new regions starting with the 2016-2017 academic year. The new classification would include a 5A system, instead of the current 4A format. While this would make more state championships for most sports, football would see a reduction in total amount of […]

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Carolina Reds in Cooperstown-Blog: Day 3

The Carolina Reds opened the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament with a 9-5 win over the Wayne Warriors from New Jersey. The Reds launched a balanced offensive attack with the entire lineup producing runs in a game between two good baseball teams. Ryan Deal was the starting pitcher and combined with Kobe Thurmond to hold the […]

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Carolina Reds in Cooperstown-Blog: Day 2

The Carolina Reds arrived in Cooperstown on Friday, after surviving the twelve hour trip with families. Cooperstown provided 80 degree days with 60 degree nights, a very welcome break from the SC summer. The opening of the park for the 104 teams was controlled chaos for all of the players and families. The team clubhouses […]

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Cyclists raising awareness and money for those with disabilities

Dozens of cyclists riding cross country from California and Seattle to Washington DC to raise money for and awareness about people with disabilities stopped in Rock Hill today. During a ceremony at the Giordana Velodrome, Rock Hill Mayor Pro Tem Jim Reno read from a proclamation praising the Ability Experience for their Journey of Hope. […]

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