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Knowledge Park focus groups to present findings tonight

Later this evening Rock Hill leaders will gather Downtown in the Lowenstein Building to discuss how to improve Knowledge park. Back in February 8 action teams were formed, led by 5 people each, who worked together to create 5 priority projects to insert into the 5-year Knowledge Park action plan. Those groups include connectivity, placemaking, […]

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Clover man arrested for 6 armed robberies

Jamarcus Burris of Clover, South Carolina was charged last night with 6 armed robberies occurring between March 21st and April 27th. Burris was picked up by officers from multiple jurisdictions in the County on June 14 and taken to the Moss Justice Center in York. He is being charged with 6 counts of Armed Robbery, […]

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AUDIO: Pride baseball to build new sports complex

Pride Baseball will soon begin construction on a new sports complex to be located between Rock Hill and York.  The complex would be located on Old York Highway just outside of Tirzah and once built it will host tournaments every weekend from the middle of February to the middle of November. The project is 10 million […]

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AUDIO: Voters prepare for Republican primary runoff

Less than a week from today voters will head back to the polls for the primary election runoff.  On the ballot Republican voters will choose a nominee for Governor and Attorney General. Beth Covington with the York County Board of Voter Registration and Elections said this is going to be a very short ballot. Absentee […]

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AUDIO: Catawba Nuclear Station prepared for blazing temperatures

Temperatures this week have been blazing hot and the heat is expected to continue.  Duke Power Vice President of Community Relations Rick Jiran said the extra heat does not put extra pressure on the Catawba Nuclear Station. Jiran said on hot days they look at if they have enough power on the entire system and […]

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AUDIO: Proposed granite mine brings neighbors together to oppose it

At first, word of a massive proposed granite mine stunned residents in northern Chester County near Interstate 77.   Over the last two months, they’ve organized to fight the project in the rural area. They are worried about hundreds of trucks a day hauling rock from the quarry, damaging roads, kicking up dust and making noise.  […]

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Visit York County names new Vice President of Sales

Andy Clinton, the former Vice President of Destination Services for Visit York County is now the VP of Sales at Visit York County. The responsibilities of his new position include recruiting and booking events in York County and bringing visitors to the area. Potential events consist of sporting events, such as basketball and quidditch tournaments, […]

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