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Walkway 139: A Work of Art

Luanne Kokolis of the RHEDC’s Quality of life committee spoke at the City Council meeting Monday night to give an update on the Walkway on 139 Main. The RHEDC has partnered with Rock Hill Design to make the walkway a work of art.  The walkway and work of art is meant to represent freedom and […]

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Vice President Joe Biden Visits York County

Vice President Joe Biden was in York County today. Biden was in Fort Mill this afternoon at a private reception where he spoke to about 125 people at the White Homestead.  The talk was for the benefit of Fran Person, the Democratic Candidate for the 5th congress. Person has worked under Joe Biden for 8 […]

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Man charged after police chase led to deadly collision in Rock Hill

Rock Hill Police say a driver they tried to pull over caused a multi-car crash that killed one person and sent five others, including the suspect, to the hospital. The crash shut down Heckle Boulevard at Crawford Road in Rock Hill for nearly seven hours Wednesday evening. Authorities say the driver of a 1973 Buick, […]

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Rush Hour Accident Sends 6 to Hospital

A serious rush hour crash involving three vehicles shut down the intersection at Heckle Boulevard and Crawford Road around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon. Three vehicles, two cars and a pickup were involved. Six people were transported, and one was flown by helicopter to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, according to Rock Hill Police Department spokesman Capt. […]

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Rock Hill Schools selects Orange Street for its new home

After several weeks of evaluating four possible locations of district-owned property, Rock Hill Schools officials have selected to build its new $6.5 million office on Orange Street in downtown Rock Hill. The new office will be nestled between Central Child Development Center and Comporium Communications headquarters. In a Wednesday press release from the School District […]

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Habitat For Humanity Presented 2016 Fabric of the Community Award

The Springs Close Foundation has presented the 2016 Fabric of the Community award to Habitat for Humanity of York County. The Fabric of the Community award was created by The Springs Close Foundation to recognize the impact and contribution that organizations are making throughout York, Lancaster and Chester Counties. The Foundation was formed to continue […]

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OTS Sports Statewide High School Football Poll: Week 3

OTS Sports Network Statewide Poll (Week 3) 1.South Pointe (6) 2.Dutch Fork (6) 3.Northwestern 4.Westside (1) 5.Fort Dorchester 6.Gaffney 7.Myrtle Beach 8.Dillon 9.Hartsville 10.Boiling Springs (First place votes in parentheses) Others receiving votes: Spartanburg, Byrnes, Spartanburg, Ridgeview, Lancaster, Fairfield Central The OTS Statewide Poll is voted on by: Chris Miller, Robert Earl Carter, Gene Knight, […]

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