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Safety, health concerns disperse Rock Hill school supply distribution

A recent uptick in the number of families showing up at Rock Hill School District Three’s Flexible Learning Center for a school supply distribution has led district officials to decentralize their efforts. Last year, more than 3,000 students in need showed up for an all-day giveaway of school supplies, but supplies on hand could only […]

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GALLERY: Dental Access Days in Rock Hill

The S.C. Dental Association’s Dental Access Days kick off this morning and continue through Saturday afternoon. Over the two-day period, organizers hope to treat 1,500 people with $1 million worth of dental care. All day Thursday, organizers set up a bank of dental chairs in the Worship Center at First Baptist Church. Here’s a glimpse […]

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Police: Packages at Dave Lyle Blvd. Walmart not dangerous

Rock Hill Police shut down a portion of the parking lot at the Dave Lyle Blvd. Walmart Thursday afternoon after store employees reported two suspicious packages outside the store. Shortly after 3 p.m., Rock Hill Police spokesman Mark Bollinger said officers learned of the duffel-bag like packages and cordoned off a section of the parking […]

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Ex-Winthrop president starts move-out of President’s House

Former Winthrop University president Jamie Comstock Williamson and her husband Larry made a brief visit to the school’s campus Wednesday. Acting Winthrop president Debra Boyd confirmed that Williamson had e-mailed her in advance, informing her of a pending visit to pack some of the former first couple’s belongings. Still photographs of the Williamson couple and […]

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Sheriff’s Foundation helps tackle school supply needs

Each year, thousand of children walk through the doors of York School District One’s facilities. Throughout his travels, schools superintendent Vernon Prosser sees many of them dressed in new clothes with new school supplies, backpacks and shoes. But some children, Prosser admits, aren’t adequately prepared for class. More than half — 60.4 percent — of […]

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Five South Pointe Cheerleaders named All-American

Five South Pointe High School Cheerleaders have taken the Stallion name to the national level in Cheerleading. Lasrianna (Lay) Barber, Addison Johnson, Mykia McCrorey, Amanda Price and Madelynn (Madey) Moon-Yarbrough were named All American by the National Cheerleaders’ Associatiation. The Stallions will have the opportunity to represent South Pointe at events across the country including […]

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Rock Hill neighborhoods band together for National Night Out

Often a swarm of police cars, fire trucks and city vehicles in a neighborhood can be signs of a tragedy. But Tuesday night across Rock Hill – that could not have been any further from the truth. As a part of the National Association of Town Watch’s National Night Out program, local leaders once gain added a Rock […]

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