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AUDIO: Dr. P.N. Saksena says Winthrop’s College of Business is ‘unique’

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Election Night Results

1,040 to 979, a mere 61 votes was the margin by which District 3 York County Councilman Robert Winkler earned victory over his opponent Joe Cox.  He is now on a 4 year council term. Randy Ligon defeated Joe Tate in the Republican primary for the House seat in District 43, 1,475 votes to 1,090 […]

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AUDIO: Rock Hill recognizes partnership with Juneteenth celebration

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AUDIO: Rock Hill City Council passes first reading of new budget

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Investigators say deadly shooting of 14-year-old girl in Chester Co. were gang-related

Authorities in Chester County are investigating a drive-by shooting that left a teenage girl dead late Sunday night.  14-year-old Jada Darayona Jones was hit by the gunfire and died. They said she did not live at the home and was visiting at the time.  Investigators said they were able to track down two suspects within […]

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Fort Mill officer fired after DWI arrest in N.C.

A Fort Mill police officer who was arrested in North Carolina has been fired. Fort Mill Police Chief Jeff Helms said in published reports that 55-year-old Tanya Moore Ervin-Leonhardt was fired June 3, a day after her arrest on charges including driving while impaired, drug possession and illegally carrying a gun. Cherryville Police Chief Cam […]

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Four S.C. businesses to pitch U.S. made products at Walmart’s open call

You may soon find products from a local business in Lancaster on the shelves of Walmart.  A chance to reach millions of Walmart customers awaits four South Carolina businesses this week when they head to Bentonville, Ark., to meet one-on-one with buyers for a chance to get their products on store shelves. Austin Chen, president […]

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