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AUDIO: State Rep. said sentencing of former State Rep. ‘sent the wrong message’

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McFarland Road reopened after propane truck crash

McFarland Road near York has reopened after a crash involving a propane truck closed it for parts of Monday and Tuesday..   The driver of the propane tanker was hurt in the accident, but he is charged with driving too fast for conditions. Crews had to keep the road closed to burn off the propane in the […]

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Rock Hill School Board receives name proposal for new immersion school

The Rock Hill School Board received a proposal Monday night to name it’s new immersion school being built on the Sullivan Middle School Campus as Cherry park Elementary School of Language Immersion. The academy combines the Spanish and French immersion programs from Ebinport, Richmond Drive and Rosewood Elementary Schools.  The $18 million school will serve […]

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York Co. road to stay closed all week after propane truck crash

Crews had to shut down a road in York County after a crash involving a propane truck Monday afternoon, and cleanup could last the rest of the week. McFarland Road is closed from Benfield Road to the roundabout intersection at Gordon Road, Cameron Road and Highway 324, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office. The […]

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AUDIO: State co-ops pursuing purchase of Santee Cooper

After shutting down two nuclear power reactors last summer Santee Cooper’s largest customer wants to put in a bid to buy the state owned utility.  The bid comes from the state’s 20 electric cooperatives who together buy about 60 percent of Santee Cooper’s power. Three of the 20 S.C. co-ops publicly have said they want […]

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AUDIO: Clover School District hires new Superintendent

Dr. Sheila Quinn has been named as the new Schools Superintendent for the Clover School District.  Quinn was chosen to the position in a board meeting yesterday. She has served as the Deputy State Superintendent for Innovation and Effectiveness at the SC State Department of Education since 2015. Quinn described yesterday as a dream come […]

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AUDIO: Rock Hill City Council approves first reading of panhandling ordinance

Rock Hill City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance last night strenghetning their policy on solicitation and panhandling in Downtown Rock Hill.  Rock Hill Mayor John Gettys said the ordinance will increase the safety in the Downtown area. City Council also named Councilwoman Kathy Pender as Mayor Pro Tem of the City of […]

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