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Knights to host the Chicago White Sox in April 3, 2015 exhibition game

After a record-breaking inaugural season at BB&T Ballpark — the most visited venue in Minor League Baseball in 2014 — the Charlotte Knights will open the 2015 campaign in Uptown Charlotte with an exhibition game against their parent club, the Chicago White Sox, on Thursday, April 3 at 6:05 p.m. Charlotte Knights General Manager of […]

Two suspects sought in Friday armed robbery of Lancaster business

The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an armed robbery that happened last week. The sheriff’s office says Friday afternoon at 3-30 deputies were dispatched to University Storage on Hubbard Drive in Lancaster. A male employee told deputies that an armed robbery had taken place there. The victim reported that two black male suspects entered […]

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Council defers action on changes to Lake Wylie overlay district

As the hours ticked away Monday night, tensions on both sides of a proposed amendment to an overlay district in the Lake Wylie community eroded as it became clear York County Council was sending the plan back to the drawing board. After nearly four hours of public comments Monday, council unanimously voted to defer any […]

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Hundreds turn out to see replica of Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial

An estimated 500 people turned out at Fort Mill’s Walter Elisha Park Thursday evening to see a half-size mobile replica of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial. The 250′ replica, dubbed “The Wall that Heals”, has traveled to more than 350 cities since 1996, including Rock Hill. The Fort Mill History Museum is hosting the exhibit through […]

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Haley in Clover: Ebola threat, local preparations not a ‘distraction’

As  S.C. Governor Haley walked in to the auditorium at Oakridge Middle School in Clover Thursday morning to recognize a summer’s worth of outstanding reading, her counterpart at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control was speaking at the Medical University Hospital in Charleston about the state’s preparations for how it would deal with […]

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Mock accident at Rock Hill ATC give students new perspective on driving

Channeling thousands of pounds of pressure with surgeon-like precision, two Rock Hill teens — victims in a mock accident — were safely pulled from the crumpled steel and glass in a two-car wreck on the campus of the Rock Hill School District’s Applied Technology Center Wednesday afternoon. The event, part of Future Health Professionals Awareness […]

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NAACP debate Thursday to focus on Rock Hill School board races

U.S. Representative Mick Mulvaney, his democrat challenger Tom Adams and S.C. Representative John King will be among those absent Thursday night at a debate held by Rock Hill’s chapter of the NAACP. Sarah Hooper, a candidate for the Rock Hill School District Board of Trustees, has also declined an invitation, NAACP chairman Melvin Poole said […]

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