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Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot and killed during live interview

The general manager of a TV station in Virginia says two crew members were fatally shot on air in central Virginia. Jeffrey A. Marks, general manager of WDBJ-TV, identified the two killed as Alison Parker and Adam Ward. The station said that the incident happened at a shopping center. The shots were caught live on […]

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Taxes, jurisdiction now at center in SC-NC border squabble

The state line runs through the middle of homes, driveways and yards in a way that, should it drastically change, could cause irreparable damage to property values,

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Rock Hill Schools’ Back the Pack receives $22k in supplies, food

Among the items: 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies, 3,000 hygiene kits and 3,600 kits packed with food and juice boxes.

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Wallace named new director of S.C. Broadcasters Association

Margaret Wallace will become organization’s new executive director October 1.

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139 Main developer to build second downtown Rock Hill complex

Rock Hill’s downtown core could soon find itself with not one — but two — new apartment buildings along East Main Street. That is, if a group of local developers clear the hurdles of the city’s planning department and city council by the end of the year. Rock Hill businessman Skip Tuttle and developer Lat […]

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Fort Mill council OK’s impact fees; discounts for core services

An early morning vote Monday cleared the way for Town of Fort Mill to begin collecting impact fees on new construction as early as October. Council members voted 4-3 in favor of tacking on the fees to cover the cost of expanding town services, fire suppression parks and recreation. The plan, though, bypassed additional money […]

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Winthrop’s Huffmon says SC presidential primaries important to both parties

It may be hard to believe, but the South Carolina presidential primaries are just six short months away. Winthrop University political science professor and poll director Scott Huffmon says the Palmetto State is important not just because it’s the first in the South. “We are incredibly important to the Republicans because we represent every kind […]

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