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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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York County ramps up for 2017 ‘Pennies’ roads funding referendum

With more than a half billion dollars worth of new roads funded by an extra sales tax in York County since 1997, county leaders are gearing up their efforts for another ‘Pennies’ referendum in 2017. County engineer Lisa Haywood laid out a short-term schedule for the next iteration of the one-cent sales tax program before […]

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Winthrop Athletics Launches New Branding Campaign Around Theme “ONE W1NTHROP”

ROCK HILL, SC—Winthrop Athletics is launching a new branding campaign–One W1NTHROP– that focuses its emphasis on “One Team, One Family, One Goal, One W1INTHROP” during 2015-16. The purpose of this new branding “look” for Winthrop Athletics is to draw its 18 teams closer together, to instill a stronger bond between the athletic department and the […]

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Boy injured in Lancaster County wreck last week dies from his injuries

A five-year-old boy injured in a single-vehicle crash in Lancaster County last week has died. He has been identified as Jamarie Patterson. State troopers say 34-year-old Ronnie Patterson of Lancaster, who was driving the vehicle, has already been charged with two counts of felony DUI resulting in great bodily injury and one count of child […]

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Contractor slices 14,400-volt power cable; thought it was a water line

A S.C. Department of Transportation contractor working on a lengthy roads project is lucky to be alive after slicing open a 14,400-volt electrical cable Thursday night on Dave Lyle Blvd. near Interstate 77. WRHI has learned the contractor through the pipe he with a circular saw was a water line, but quickly learned otherwise after […]

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