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Rock Hill Police Department Looking to Improve Relationship With Community

The Rock Hill Police Department is holding an event Thursday evening at Manchester Meadows to show what officers are doing in the community and to see how they can improve their relationship with the community. The event will include a presentation followed by a Q&A with Police Chief Chris Watts. Afterwards those in attendance will […]

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United Way of York County Kicks of 2016-2017 Campaign

The United Way of York County South Carolina kicked off their 2016 campaign Tuesday night.  Their campaign goal for the coming year is 1.54 million dollars.  President Rebecca Melton says donations could benefit all different types of causes. United Way  funds over 26 different partner programs from within the agency.  These programs stem anywhere from […]

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Large Indoor Sports Facility Could Be Coming to Rock Hill

A new indoor sports facility may be on its way to Rock Hill.  John Gettys Chairman of the Rock Hill Sports Commission gave a presentation to discuss placing the new facility in downtown’s soon to be built University Center.  The event took place at the Rock Hill airport at the Hospitality Tax Commitee’s monthly meeting. […]

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8-year-old among 4 killed in Rock Hill football team bus crash

A charter bus carrying members of a Rock Hill football team struck an overpass bridge Saturday afternoon in Richmond County, killing four people and injuring dozens more, highway patrol said. State troopers said they believe that around 2:30 p.m. the front tire of the bus blew out, which caused it to slam into a median guardrail […]

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Mammoth 800-pound gator caught in South Carolina lake

An 800-pound alligator has been captured in South Carolina, one of the largest caught in the state in recent years. Jonathan Smith and finance Melissa Davis pulled in the gator after fighting it for hours on Lake Marion last Saturday, The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reported. It was 12-feet 10-inches long and weighed 809 pounds. Jay Butfiloski […]

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Repairs to water line in Fort Mill will require water outages

York County’s water and sewer department says repairs to a main water line will begin at 4:00 this afternoon and will cause water outages along Springhill Farm Road until repairs are restored. The county says Wednesday afternoon a contractor working at the INA Bearing Shaeffler building complex in Fort Mill damaged the main water line […]

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Graham Expects Final Senate Vote on Bill to Deepen Charleston Harbor

Senator Lindsay Graham, said he expects a final Senate vote on a bill to deepen the Charleston harbor this week.  The Water Resources Development Act is critical to ensuring the Harbor deepening project remains on track.  The passed bill would deepen the harbor 52 feet. 60-percent of vessels in the harbor on a weekly basis […]

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