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York Co. drug agents bust another Cherry Road spa doubling as a brothel

Drug agents used a forensic lighting system and discovered bodily fluids around the business.

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Deputies: 4 dead in Dunlap-Roddey Road murder-suicide

In the days since Sunday’s deadly shooting that killed four people in southern York County, sheriff’s deputies say the deaths of Randy Moore, Anna Moore, their son and his girlfriend were a murder-suicide. Details are still scant in the case, but sheriff’s office spokesman Trent Faris said Tuesday afternoon investigators were called to the Moore’s […]

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York County assistant manager among 4 dead in house shooting

Assistant York County Manager Anna Moore was among the four people shot and killed inside a home off Dunlap Roddey Road south of Rock Hill Sunday evening, the York County Coroner’s Office confirmed early Monday. Moore, 50, and her husband, Randy Eugene, 55, lived at he home. Moore’s son, Jason Lockamy, 31, and his girlfriend, […]

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Mahony disturbed by vandalism at Winthrop University’s Tillman Hall

Vandalism has struck the Winthrop campus. University President Dan Mahony sent a note to school officials today telling them that at about 9:30 this morning, someone wrote “violence racist” in red paint on the portrait of former Governor Ben Tillman on Tillman Hall. Mahony says Tillman was inarguably a racist, but that does not justify […]

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Lancaster Co. sheriff wants more officers in rapidly-growing area

Lancaster County Sheriff Barry Faile says enhanced law enforcement efforts are needed in the Indian Land community. Faile says he needs more deputies in that area to respond to calls and regulate traffic. He says he needs to keep response times in Indian Land to a minimum. Faile says investigators need to be permanently assigned […]

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Audit finds diversion of CHF funds, but criminal charges unlikely

York County Council Chairman Britt Blackwell says criminal charges are not likely to be filed after a forensic audit of York County’s Culture and Heritage Foundation’s finances discovered issues in their record keeping. The county issued a statement Wednesday noting that the firm Greer Walker of Charlotte found that the foundation had put $800,000 towards […]

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#11: Winthrop’s new president takes ‘open’ approach to leadership

For the third time in three years, Winthrop University has a new president. Dan Mahony, the latest man to hold the position, marked his first day in office Wednesday morning, taking over for Acting President Debra Boyd. Mahony, Winthrop’s 11th chief executive, walked in without the fanfare of his predecessor, Jamie Williamson, but spent his […]

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