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Mammoth 800-pound gator caught in South Carolina lake

An 800-pound alligator has been captured in South Carolina, one of the largest caught in the state in recent years. Jonathan Smith and finance Melissa Davis pulled in the gator after fighting it for hours on Lake Marion last Saturday, The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reported. It was 12-feet 10-inches long and weighed 809 pounds. Jay Butfiloski […]

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Repairs to water line in Fort Mill will require water outages

York County’s water and sewer department says repairs to a main water line will begin at 4:00 this afternoon and will cause water outages along Springhill Farm Road until repairs are restored. The county says Wednesday afternoon a contractor working at the INA Bearing Shaeffler building complex in Fort Mill damaged the main water line […]

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Graham Expects Final Senate Vote on Bill to Deepen Charleston Harbor

Senator Lindsay Graham, said he expects a final Senate vote on a bill to deepen the Charleston harbor this week.  The Water Resources Development Act is critical to ensuring the Harbor deepening project remains on track.  The passed bill would deepen the harbor 52 feet. 60-percent of vessels in the harbor on a weekly basis […]

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ACC Moves Neutral Site Championships from NC

The ACC has announced that it will move its football championship and other neutral site championships from North Carolina for the upcoming season because of the state’s bathroom law, HB2. This comes right after the NCAA moved 6 events, including March Madness, from the state of North Carolina on Tuesday and a month after the […]

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John Spratt Awarded Honorary Life Membership Award

Today the South Carolina Broadcasters Association honored John Spratt, a man who was instrumental in getting the FCC to allow low power FM translators to rebroadcast AM signals. For his accomplishment he was awarded the 2016 Honorary Life Membership Award at Winthrop University. OTS Media pioneered the pursuit of the translators for use by AM […]

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Mosquito Spraying begins after Hickory Grove Man Contracts Zika Virus

York County has received confirmation from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control of a case of Zika Virus in a person who traveled outside of the country. York County began mosquito control efforts in the Hickory Grove area Tuesday evening.  The 165 yard area was sprayed with Maverick Perimeter, a CDC approved […]

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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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