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Palmetto Mornings: 9/15/14 Trent Farris and Robert White

It’s a friendly blood drive competition between Piedmont Medical Center and the York County Sheriff’s Department for bragging rights and to save lives! September 16-17 at Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill, SC and September 18 at the Moss Justice Center in York, SC. Come out this week and donate blood! Podcast: Play in new […]

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High School Football: Week 3 Streams and Scores

Scores from Week 3¬†from high school football games across the OTS Sports Network and the Carolinas.   Friday, Sept. 12 White Knoll 41 Clover 36 Final River Bluff 14 Fort Mill 7 Final Vance 28 South Pointe 7 Final Dorman 35 Rock Hill 14 Final Central 7 Lancaster 26 Final #3 York 53 Chester 21 […]

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USC-Lancaster officially opens new Founder’s Hall on campus

USC-Lancaster Thursday cut the ribbon on its new Founder’s Hall, a $7.5 million, 40-thousand square-foot building that includes classrooms, multimedia lecture rooms, an art studio, faculty offices, and an outdoor amphitheater. University of South Carolina President Dr. Harris Pastides says it’s the campus’s first new classroom space in 15 years. “We really are celebrating USC-Lancaster’s […]

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I-77 Alliance names exec. dir. to lead economic development group

The regional economic development organization that includes York, Chester, Fairfield and Richland Counties has announced an executive director. Rich Fletcher comes to the I-77 Alliance with years of economic development experience. His most recent job was with SCANA, the parent company of South Carolina Electric and Gas. Fletcher says the I-77 corridor that makes up […]

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Lancaster Police investigating late night shooting death

Lancaster Police are investigating a shooting death that happened late Wednesday night. A news release says officers responded to Taylor Street about 11:05 pm, and found a male victim in the back yard of the residence. Police say he was the apparent victim of a gunshot wound. The man was given first aid, but was […]

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‘Independent Rebublican’ candidate for governor tours S.C. Piedmont

Tom Ervin’s town hall meeting at an Indian Land restaurant Wednesday was more of a meet-and-greet with customers wolfing down their lunch, but that didn’t stop the Anderson broadcaster from connecting with potential voters on a close level. Ervin, 62, prayed with a few men stopping at Midtown Sundries for lunch after introducing himself to […]

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Wells Fargo banker retiring after nearly four decades

After spending nearly 40 years in banking, Carol Maroska is retiring. Maroska currently serves as the business banking manager and market president for Wells Fargo in York and Lancaster Counties. Her career has taken her to Charleston, Greenville and Hilton Head Island, but she eventually returned to York County in 1998. Maroska has been involved […]

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