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RFATS Study Committee Votes to Widen Scope of Study for Catawba River Bridge

So is another bridge, a bridge too many? Policy committee members with the Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study voted Friday not to resurrect a years old study for a Catawba River bridge crossing but instead to widen the scope of study to include alternatives. The Friday action came a month after the policy committee […]

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Winthrop Board of Trustees Extends President’s Contract, Raises Tuition

The Winthrop University Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Friday  to extend President Dan Mahony’s contract and to give him an outstanding evaluation. The resolution adds an additional year to Mahony’s current contract, which now extends to June 30, 2019. Board Chair Karl Folkens said the board recommended for Mahony to receive the maximum salary […]

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Two Arrested In Sunday Night Rock Hill Shooting

Police made two arrests in connection with a 17-year-old’s shooting death in Rock Hill.   25 year old Demetric Leon Houze,  is charged with the murder of Quantavious Torbit on Sunday. 19 year old Timothy Holley,  is charged with discharging a firearm in the city limits.  Police said more charges are possible in the case.  Officers […]

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AUDIO: A Bridge Too Many?

After 15 years is another bridge over the Catawba River still the answer? Steven Stone has more….   http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/170626-StoneBridge.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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AUDIO: Norman Off and Running in Washington D.C.

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S.C. House Asks to Be Removed From Abbeville Lawsuit

House Speaker Jay Lucas has filed a petition with the Supreme Court to dismiss the South Carolina House of Representatives as a party in the Abbeville Lawsuit. In its September 20, 2016 order, the Court ruled that the defendants must file a report to outline the legislative progress made to address challenges in South Carolina’s […]

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Two Arrested in Clover Kidnapping

According to the York County Sheriff’s Office, 24 year old Kejuan Dye and 24 year old Darron Adams have been arrested in connection with a Clover assault Sunday morning. The two have been accused of entering a home with shotguns, forcing the residents outside and onto their knees, demanding money and a gun.  Dye is […]

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