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Winthrop Campus Police: No Charges Filed in Black Stocking Incident

Winthrop University campus police announced earlier today that they will not file criminal charges at this time in the case of the black stockings hung outside Winthrop’s Tillman Hall weeks ago with a sign nearby reading “Tillman’s Legacy.” The display was intended as a protest against keeping the name Tillman Hall due to Tillman’s history […]

AUDIO: Think College Set to Graduate 4 This Semester

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I-77 Reopens After Trailer Overturns

According to Rock Hill police spokesperson Mark Bollinger the ramp to I-77 by Celanese Road has reopened after being closed for several hours Friday. The ramp closed after a truck attempted to turn the corner onto the entrance ramp, and the trailer broke loose and rolled over. The driver of the truck was issued a […]

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AUDIO: Williams and Fudge Donates 326 Bikes to Toys for Happiness

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Northwestern High School Student Charged for Smoking Marijuana

At around 11:40 a.m. A 17-year-old Northwestern High School student was charged with possession of marijuana Wednesday afternoon when he was found smoking the drug on campus. A Rock Hill police officer was then notified by a Northwestern assistant principal about a student smoking marijuana on the back breezeway. The officer spoke with the student, […]

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Amazon.com Scam Targeting Personal Information

Those shopping online for Christmas presents should beware of the latest scam that’s targeting consumers’ personal information.  The scammer sends an email to a customer that appears to be from Amazon.com stating a recent order cannot be shipped. The email claims there has been a problem with processing and it informs the customer that they […]

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IT Managed-Services Company Moving to Indian Land

CompuCom Systems Inc. An IT managed-services company will move from Dallas to Indian Land in a $41 million project that becomes Lancaster County’s largest-ever economic development announcement. They will move into a new 150,000-square-foot building in Bailes Ridge Business Park.  S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley says a new global headquarters shows the state is business-ready. Details […]

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