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Concerned Black Men says Rock Hill police have met four of ten demands

One of the leaders of the group Concerned Black Men of Rock Hill says he’s disturbed by the fact that five or ten unmarked vehicles used by the Rock Hill police department don’t have cameras inside. Local attorney Brad Rawlinson told dozens of people during a forum Tuesday night that Rock Hill police chief Chris […]

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York County Council creates new economic development project fund

The York County Council Monday night gave its third and final approval to what’s called an economic development project development fund. The ordinance calls for 10% of revenue received from fee-in-lieu of tax and other incentive arrangements to be used for economic development purposes. Will Mitchell, president of the Greater York Chamber of Commerce, told […]

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Mahony welcomes faculty, staff to Winthrop for another academic year

Hundreds of Winthrop University faculty and staff members gathered Monday morning at McBride Hall to hear President Dan Mahoney welcome them to the start of a new school year. After a short video highlighting the last academic year Mahoney said he was especially proud that Winthrop was able to draw the presidential candidates to campus […]

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One person dead and another in custody in York afternoon shooting

One person is dead and another person hospitalized following a shooting this afternoon in York. York police officers were dispatched at 4:15 p.m. Monday in the area of the 200 block of Mighty Joe Trail in the Green Acres subdivision of York. While en route, officers were given a possible vehicle description for the vehicle […]

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Rock Hill police looking for a man who robbed a credit union today

Rock Hill police are looking for a man who committed an armed robbery this afternoon at the Arrowpointe Federal Credit Union on Old Pointe Rd. Police spokesman Mark Bollinger says a lone gunman entered the credit union late this afternoon, presented a handgun and demanded money. He fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. The […]

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Appeals court rules in Winthrop’s favor in 2010 campus roof fire

A more than $ 7 million jury award to Winthrop University against a contractor stemming from a 2010 roof fire has been upheld by the South Carolina Court of Appeals. The appeal of the March 2014 jury award by Pickens Roofing and Sheet Metals was heard by a three-judge panel of the state appeals court […]

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Howell & Roberts Inducted Into OTS Sportscasters’ Wall Of Fame

A former ABC and CBS Network newsman and the host of OTS Network’s The End Zone, are the latest individuals elected to the OTS Sports Wall of Fame. Haney Howell, a former Winthrop University Educator, will join longtime sports announcer Chuck Roberts, as members of the Wall’s seventh Class. The honor is a tribute to […]

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