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Rock Hill’s Executive Inn residents given until October 10 to move out

Once an a-list hotel known for its hot breakfasts forty years ago, the Executive Inn in Rock Hill is now considered condemned by the City of Rock Hill, and a site “unfit for human habitation.” In a letter to the hotel’s owner, Puam Patel, dated October 2, city inspector Michael Nugent outlined more than a […]

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Thursday Night High School Football FINAL Scores

#1 York 19 Northwestern 44 Players of the Game: York Dunlap-Johnson Offensive: Wally Wilmore Founders FCU Defensive: Deivonne Clark Northwestern Rock Hill Coca-Cola Offensive: Jerry Howard Comfort Systems Heating and Cooling Defensive: Jamah Mitchell Union County 21 South Pointe 35 South Pointe Players of the Game: Imperial Pool and Spa Offensive: Greg Ruff Comfort Systems […]

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Kyle Richardson named Carolina Panthers’ Coach of The Week

The Carolina Panthers are proud to announce the selection of Coach Kyle Richardson of Northwestern High School as the team’s third High School Coach of the Week for the 2014 season. Coach Richardson is in his fourth year as head coach of Northwestern and eighth year with the program. Richardson spent four seasons as offensive […]

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Piedmont Medical Center expands Ebola prevention plans

New signs will are now in place at the entrances to Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill informing patients experiencing symptoms of the Ebola virus — and who may have come in contact with people from countries known to be hotbeds for Ebola — to stop and pick up the phone before entering the facility. […]

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Rock Hill mayor joins Democrats’ effort to move confederate battle flag

Rock Hill Mayor Doug Echols has signed on to an effort by S.C. gubernatorial candidate Vincent Sheheen to remove the Confederate flag from the state house grounds. In Columbia Wednesday, Sheheen unveiled his plan to remove the flag, if elected November 4. Echols, Rock Hill’s mayor for more than two decades, was one of eight […]

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Two fatalities investigated by York County Sheriff’s and Coroner’s office

The York County Coroner’s Office and the Sheriff’s Office have investigated a pair of fatalities. The coroner’s office says 59-year-old Trevor Ford of Tega Cay died after his bike crashed on the bike trails in Fort Mill’s Baxter Village. Meanwhile, the coroner’s office says 78-year-old Charles Burrell of Clover was killed after being struck by […]

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New Winthrop University poll shows Haley with 10-point lead over Sheheen

Republican Governor Nikki Haley holds a 10-point lead over Democratic challenger S.C. Sen. Vincent Sheheen in the November elections, according to the latest Winthrop Poll released Wednesday, Oct. 1. Haley leads Sheheen by a 43.6-33.6 margin among likely South Carolina voters. Petition candidate Tom Ervin, a self-funded attorney and former judge, has a slight effect […]

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