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Police: Missing 7-year-old found safe with family member

UPDATE: Zye has been located safe with a family member. Pock Hill police say they need your help in finding 7-year-old ‘Zye’ Darius Baxter. Baxter was last seen getting off the bus at the corner of Whitner and Whitgreen Streets around 1 p.m. Thursday wearing a red book bag, black jeans and a jacket. He […]

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Cabela’s Carowinds Blvd location to open March 12

Cabela’s said its new Fort Mill on Carowinds Blvd. will open Thursday, March 12, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a weekend-long celebration full of fun activities. The ribbon-cutting ceremony, hosted by Cabela’s executives and guests, will begin at 9:45 a.m. and conclude with the grand-opening ribbon being cut by an arrow shot from a bow. Doors will […]

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Mortgage lender bringing 650 new jobs to Lancaster County

Movement Mortgage, LLC, one of the fastest growing mortgage lenders in the country, is establishing national headquarters in Lancaster County. The company is investing $22 million to build its brand new headquarters in Indian Land, creating more than 650 new jobs. Founded in 2008 and currently headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va., Movement Mortgage has grown […]

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CMC files another appeal in quest to build Fort Mill hospital

The decision as to who may ultimately build a hospital in Fort Mill heads back to South Carolina’s court system. The Charlotte-based hospital said Wednesday it has filed an appeal to a December 15 court decision awarding a Certificate of Need to Piedmont Medical Center and its parent company Tenet to build in Fort Mill. […]

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Lancaster deputies seeking murder suspect in woman’s death last month

Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for a 22-year-old man they’re accusing of murder in the shooting death of a 19-year-old Monroe, North Carolina woman December 23rd. The sheriff’s office says the death of Quatavia Robinson on Clyburn Drive in Lancaster was first thought to be a suicide. However, investigators later concluded that Robinson’s death […]

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Winter Weather Closings and Delays: January 14, 2015

Weather-related closings and delays for Wednesday, January 14, 2015. Schools York District 1 – 2 hour delay; no breakfast served; no morning Kindergarten Clover District 2 – No Report Rock Hill District 3 – No Report Fort Mill District 4 – No Report York Preparatory Academy – No Report Westminster Catawba Christian School – No […]

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Winthrop students march for free speech, free press in France

Simultaneous funerals are being held today in Jerusalem and Paris for some of the victims of deadly attacks in Paris last week while stateside, students at Winthrop University marched on campus in solidarity for journalists killed while working for the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Thibaut Tacuqet, a graduate student from France, organized an 11 a.m. […]

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