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Graham: Sen. Tim Scott a ‘Godsend’ to the Republican Party

This week’s Winthrop University Poll shows sizable gains in support for S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. Lindsey Graham. But elsewhere in the poll — an interesting set of results on the popularity and approval rating of U.S. Sen. Tim Scott. In the poll of registered South Carolina voters conducted earlier this month, 43 pecent […]

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Gallery: 32nd Great Easter Egg Classic in Rock Hill

Were you one of the thousands of families in Cherry Park Thursday for the 32nd Great Easter Egg Classic? See if we captured your photo during the excitement!  

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Teen cleared in Indian Land stabbing death ruled ‘justifiable homicide’

Prosecutors in Lancaster County have cleared a teenager in the February 16 stabbing death of his mother’s live-in boyfriend. That morning, Jimmie Adams, 47 was in a fight with his girlfriend in their Indian Land home. Adams was found laying on the floor and later died on the way to the hospital. Wednesday afternoon, the […]

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Snapshot of Newest Winthrop University Poll Results

The newest Winthrop University poll has been released and here are a few snapshots from it. Almost 50% of registered voters approve of how Gov. Nikki Haley is doing her job. Forty-three percent approve of how US Sen. Tim Scott is doing his job. Meanwhile, nearly 40% give a thumbs-up to US Sen. Lindsey Graham. […]

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Police: Woman’s body found behind Rock Hill shopping center

Rock Hill police believe they have found the body of a woman reported missing this week. The woman was found at the Market at Cherry Plaza shopping center on North Cherry Road Tuesday afternoon. Investigators confirmed her identity Wednesday morning as that of Laurie O’Berry, 52. Family members reported O’Berry missing Monday, Rock Hill Police […]

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Tega Cay leaders unveil detailed plan in purchase of water, sewer system

It took about seven months to iron out the details — but city officials in Tega Cay, including city council, released their detailed plans in the ongoing effort to buy out a leaky, ailing sewer system serving 1,700 city residents. City Manager Charlie Funderburk and attorney Jim Sheedy spent just under an hour Monday night […]

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NRC to hold open house on Catawba plant April 24

Representatives from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will visit Rock Hill later this month. It’s part of a bi-annual re-assessment of the two regulators. Described as “an informal open house,” the April 24 session will include NRC staff answering questions on the safety performance of Catawba Nuclear Staion units 1 and 2 as well as the […]

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