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Cox named new principal at Rock Hill’s Saluda Trail Middle School

Elissa Cox will not have to move very far when she begins her new position as principal of Saluda Trail Middle School after working in various roles at South Pointe High School over the past 11 years. Cox replaces Brenda Campbell, who has served the students, staff, and Wildcat community for the past 12 years. […]

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Tragedy Strikes Nation Ford Family

Tragedy has stricken the Nation Ford High School family as a 9th grade student took her own life on Monday evening. In an early morning email to parents, Nation Ford High School Principal, Jason Johns, made the sad announcement. Mr. Johns noted in his email that school and district counselors would be available to students […]

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Bond denied for two of four suspects in drug-related killing

Bond was denied in Lancaster County Monday for two men charged in the murder two months ago of 20-year-old Randy Tran of Fort Mill. Prosecutors say text messages between two of the suspects show a plan to rob and kill Tran, then take his car. Tran’s body was found in the woods off Little River […]

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Rock Hill receives grant for canoe and kayak launch at River Park

The City of Rock Hill Monday received a $100,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to build a canoe and kayak launch at River Park on the Catawba River. It’s one of three river access points in York County. Mayor Doug Echols announced the grant during Monday’s city council meeting. He says the city already […]

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4th Arrest Made in November Rock Hill Homicide

Police have made another arrest connected to a November 2015 shooting that left one person dead. Damonte Rashaun Withers, 27, of Charlotte, is the fourth person to face charges after shots were fired at a home on Scoggins Street last Nov. 29. The shooting killed 21-year-old Antravious White and injured another person. Police have called […]

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York County Council District 2 Debate

Allison Love and Doug Meyer-Cuno, the two candidates for York County Council District 2, will take part in a debate Friday, May 13th at 10 a.m. The debate will take place at the River Hills Country Club during the women’s group’s monthly brunch. SC State Representative Ralph Norman will moderate. The debate is open to […]

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Investiture Of President Mahony Part Of Winthrop’s Graduation

Saturday was a big day at the Winthrop University Coliseum, when more than 700 undergraduate students received their degrees. It was also a big day because it included the investiture of Dan Mahony as the school’s 11th president. Mahony has been Winthrop’s president for less than a year. During his remarks Saturday, Mahony said the […]

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