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DOT wraps up I-77 bridge repairs early, highway fully open

The two right lanes will be closed at mile marker 82.5. The two left lanes will remain open. The hole is the result of aging infrastructure.

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Police seeking two teens in connection with burglaries and breakins

Tega Cay police say they need your help finding two teenagers suspected in home burglaries and more than ten car break-ins. Police say 16-year-old Chase Griffey and 17-year-old Cameron Head are known to frequent Tega Cay and Fort Mill. Griffey and Head were last known to be in the Myrtle Beach area. If you have […]

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Rock Hill inmate who escaped from work release last week recaptured

Authorities say a 25-year-old inmate who walked away from his work site at the Catawba Pre-Release minimum security facility in Rock Hill July 7th has been captured in Greenville. Bobby Camp was serving a seven-year sentence for robbery when he left B&B Tire on Riverview Road.

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Police: Craigslist robbery suspects were caught within 30 minutes

The suspects, later identified as Drakkar Griffin, 21, and Cameron Brown, 18, took off with the victim’s phone, his $250 and the iPhone he was going to buy, police said.

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Streetcar not the only transportation option for Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park

A study of alternative means of transportation in the Knowledge Park that stretches from downtown Rock Hill to Winthrop University will begin soon. Knowledge Park Leadership Group chairman Andy Shene says HDR’s study will not be limited to the streetcar. “We’re very interested in understanding the true cost of this,” Shene said, “and we want […]

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Road closures coming in upcoming storm water system upgrades

For some, the rain storm many York County residents experienced Monday night was a spectacular experience: lighting imitating a strobe light, rain falling like a tropical monsoon and the wind pelting the rain down in sheets. But for others, like Rock Hill storm water project manager David Dickson, it brings about worries and thoughts about […]

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Lancaster Co. development arm fighting fishing expedition-style audit

“There is no indication that there was any misappropriation of funds,” county administrator Steve Willis said “But there was a question if restricted funds were used for unrestricted purposes.”

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