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Gateway welcomes residents, visitors to York County and South Carolina

If you’ve been driving south on Interstate 77 from North Carolina into South Carolina lately, you’ve probably noticed a gateway sign at Exit 90 introducing you to York County and the Palmetto State. York County planning and development director David Pettine says the project was made possible by money from the state Department of Transportation. […]

York Preparatory board defers vote on suspended Managing Director

The fate of suspended York Preparatory Academy Managing Director Clay Eaton remains unclear today — nearly a week and a half after the school’s board of trustees moved to suspend Eaton indefinitely. Eaton was hired by the board to lead the day-to-day operations at the five-year-old charter school July 1, 2013 and was placed on […]

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Ginny Moe to seek reelection to school board

Rock Hill Schools trustee Ginny Moe announced Monday she will seek another four-year term on the school board. In a written statement, Moe said the last four years serving on the board, “has been an honor.” “I have taken the trust of my constituents seriously. While you may have disagreed with some of my votes, […]

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Comporium to roll out gigabit internet service to York, Lancaster homes

Rock-Hill based Comporium Communications plans to roll out its ZIPstream internet service to more than 100 neighborhoods in York and Lancaster counties. The first phase of the project rolls out in September, Comporium a Chief Operating Officer Matt Dosch said. The service, which initially went live for a handful of business in downtown Rock Hill, […]

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Rock Hill Police to hold first ‘Coffee with a Cop’ session August 8

In a new effort to link the community and the officers sworn to protect it, the Rock Hill Police Department is launching its version of a nationally-known program to help forge those partnerships. It’s called “Coffee with a Cop” and designed to be an informal and neutral setting for citizens and the police to start […]

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Piedmont’s Robert White honored for supporting Reserves, National Guard

The nation’s most decorated living veteran was on hand Monday to present a Piedmont Medical Center employee the Patriot Award for White’s behind-the-scenes efforts supporting his employees deployed in the National Guard and Reserve. White, former interim director of Piedmont EMS, now serves as the agency’s community relations coordinator and was nominated by one of […]

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Realtors group donates child car seats to York County Sheriff’s Office

York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant likely hasn’t driven with a car seat in his truck in decades. Like many law enforcement officers, Bryant’s deputies patrol York County with a hardened rear seat designed to keep an adult suspect — and the officer — safe on the way to the York County Detention Center. But from […]

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