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Skimmer Found Inside ATM at Rock Hill Credit Union

According to Felicia Pope, Vice President of Marketing and Busines Development with ArrowPointe Credit Union, a skimmer was found in their ATM at their Celanese Road Location by their staff on Sunday afternoon. Pope said she contacted police as soon as the incident occurred. No cards were compromised and Pope said the ATM’s are continuously […]

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Springs Creative Purchases New York Fabric Collection

Springs Creative Products group, a global leader in innovations in textiles, located in the Cotton factory facility in Rock Hill has kicked it up a notch when it comes to their collection of fabric designs. The company has bought a New York collection of fabric will create a collection of more then 500 thousand fabric […]

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Tim Tebow Headed to Columbia Fireflies

Former Heisman trophy winner, Tim Tebow, will begin his minor league career with the Columbia Fireflies, the Class A affiliate of the New York Mets. Columbia opens the season April 6 at home against Augusta in a four-game series. This year’s team will head to Columbia on April 1 with a fan fest set for […]

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Rock Hill Man Defends Himself From Stepdaughter with Lightsaber

According to Rock Hill police 17 year old Kayla Knapp was charged with assault after she tried to use two kitchen knives to attack her stepfather, who defended himself with a toy lightsaber.  Officers were called to an apartment off Celanese Road last night to secure the scene for emergency medical officials.  After the teenager […]

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Man Arrested for Robbing Rock Hill Bank

A 46-year-old Travis LeMont   has been arrested by Rock Hill police in the March 14 robbery of the First Citizens Bank earlier this week. Police found “a quantity of drugs” in his possession when he was arrested Wednesday, said a statement from police Capt. Mark Bollinger. Gathers was charged with many things including entering a […]

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AUDIO: Ribbon Cutting for Comporium Athletic Park

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Winthrop Falls To Butler, 76-64, In NCAA Tournament First Round

MILWAUKEE, WI—A 14-2 run midway through the second half by Butler stopped Winthrop’s attempt at erasing its double-figure deficit at the half as 13th-seeded Winthrop fell 76-64 to 4th-seeded Butler, Thursday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in the Bradley Center. With the loss, the Eagles season comes to a close with […]

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