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Rock Hill power consumption spikes 30 percent in July

If the spike in your power bill this summer has not already burned a hole in your wallet — leaving it out in the sun for a day just might do the truck.

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Teller building, drive-thru removed at new South State Bank site

The bank announced its plans to relocate the existing location on Albright Road to East Main Street in June.

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New Winthrop president seeks fix to lackluster athletics attendance

As Winthrop freshmen and upperclassmen move in — or back on — to campus this weekend, their minds are likely nowhere on the topic of basketball.

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Manchester Cinemas in Rock Hill steps up security screenings

Bags and backpacks are now subject to search at Regal Cinemas at its 569 theaters across the country.

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Milk, eggs, bread…and Whisky? Food Lion pilots Rock Hill liquor store

A sign promoting the grocer’s new venture sits outside the existing grocery store now informing customers of the pending addition.

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Bush focuses on homeland security and foreign policy at Winthrop stop

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said during a forum at Winthrop University today that we are living in a world where 2% economic growth is the new normal. The former Florida governor says that’s simply not acceptable. “The solution to that is not higher taxes,” Bush said. “The solution first and foremost is high sustained […]

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Worker falls from Rock Hill apartment building; airlifted to CMC

The victim suffered “multiple injuries” in the fall, but those injuries do not appear to be life-threatening, Rock Hill fire captain Rusty Myers added.

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