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120,000 residential customers to receive new Comporium survey

ROCK HILL, S.C. – (July 29, 2016) – Comporium’s residential customers in all areas are being given the opportunity to share feedback with the locally based communications company. An in-depth customer service survey is being emailed to more than 50,000 customers, the company announced today. An additional 70,000 surveys will be delivered in August bills, […]

7/29/16: Ofc. Arthur Philson – WRHI’s Inaugural Officer of the Week

We are grateful for all the time and care the Rock Hill Police Department members invest into our community.  Officer Philson is the first recipient of our First Responder Appreciation Award which includes lunch for two from Zaxby’s at 2763 Home Depot Blvd, Rock Hill, SC or Zaxby’s at 2889 Heckle Blvd, Rock Hill, SC. Thank you, […]

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SC attorney general considering a run for governor in 2018

South Carolina attorney general Alan Wilson told the Rock Hill Rotary Club Thursday that he will not become a “lame duck attorney general.” Wilson’s second term is up in 2018, and he says he’s considering a run for governor. He says when he took office as AG in 2011, South Carolina had some of the […]

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Judge Stephanie Woods New Magistrate

Senator Wes Hayes announced to WRHI this morning that he has decided on a replacement for Judge Bob Davenport as magistrate for Catawba-Ebenezer. It will be Judge Stephanie Woods. A group of African-American leaders led by York County Councilman Bump Roddey had wanted Mandrile Young to be appointed to the position. Senator Hayes said his […]

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Co. Council sees schematic drawings of Moss Justice Center, Admin. Building

Architects Wednesday night showed the York County Council schematic drawings of the expansion and renovation of the Moss Justice Center and the construction of the new administration building. They also displayed an actual model of the administration building. Council Chairman Britt Blackwell says he’s glad the projects will be overbuilt instead of simply built to […]

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Lancaster Duracell facility winding down operations by mid-2019

Duracell is closing its production facility in Lancaster in the next three years, displacing 400 workers. A statement from the company says it’s consolidating North American production of AA and AAA batteries from two US plants to one in LaGrange, Georgia. That means the Lancaster plant, which makes AA batteries, will wind down production and […]

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NC decides to treat water from Whitewater Center, release it

North Carolina environmental officials announced today that they have approved a plan to chlorinate water from the Charlotte Whitewater Center that contained a brain-eating amoeba, de-chlorinate it and drain it in the Catawba River. The amoeba killed a teenager at the center. The York County Council has scheduled a special meeting tonight to ask Mecklenburg […]

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