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Rock Hill police call assistant principal ‘pedophile’ during bond hearing

Arrest warrants for an assistant principal in Rock Hill accuse him of saying he would protect a female student from bullying at school only if she agreed to have sex with him. Rock Hill police detectives called Northwestern High School assistant principal Andrew Williams a “pedophile” and said he had a reputation for sleeping with […]

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Food Truck Fridays resume in downtown Rock Hill next month

The City of Rock Hill says last year’s favorite summer event is back for a second season. Food Truck Friday returns every third Friday from May until September. It’s being expanded to include 30 different food trucks from all over the region. This year’s first Food Truck Friday will take place May 20th between Fountain […]

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Northwestern Tabs David Pierce As Head Football Coach

Northwestern High School has named long-time assistant, David Pierce, as the 7th head coach in the school’s 45 year history.  Pierce, who has served as an assistant for the Trojans since 1987, most recently was Assistant Head Coach and defensive line coach under former head coach Kyle Richardson.  During his tenure, coach Pierce has tutored […]

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Final changes to sale of more property for apartments approved

Final changes to the City of Rock Hill’s sale of property at the corner of East Main Street and Dave Lyle Boulevard to Lat Purser and Associates and the Tuttle Company won initial approval from the city council Monday night. Knowledge Park Development Manager David Lawrence told the council that there are some issues associated […]

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Apartments at 139 E. Main expected to open in early summer

This morning the Rock Hill City Council and staff are getting a hard-hat tour of the soon-to-be-completed 139 East Main project. It consists of about three dozen apartments and retail space on the ground floor. Developer Skip Tuttle says infrastructure and the decorative portion of the walkway will be finished in about 45 days. Tuttle […]

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Comporium presents City of Rock Hill with check for infrastructure

A check for $134,000 to help with infrastructure improvements in the Knowledge Park area was given to the City of Rock Hill Monday night by Comporium Communications. Comporium executive vice president for customer operations and external affairs Matt Dosch presented the check to Mayor Doug Echols. “We at Comporium are supportive of all things Knowledge […]

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Boys and Girls Clubs of York County name new CEO

Boys & Girls Clubs of York County (BGCYC) has named Grace M. Lewis as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She will assume the role of CEO on May 23. With more than 15 years of experience in the non-profit arena, Grace brings a wealth of executive leadership experience to her role as CEO at […]

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