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AUDIO: Rock Hill Mayor Disputes Candidate’s Claims, Says City is Not Broke

Rock Hill Mayor Doug Echols says that the claims made by mayoral candidate Bump Roddey about the city’s financial status are completely false.  Roddey has gone as far to say that the city of Rock Hill is ‘dead broke.’ http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/EcholsBudgetPKG01.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Man Dies in Lancaster Hit and Run

According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 36 year old Chad Hill of Lancaster was found dead early Saturday morning after a hit and run.  Corp. Bill Rhyne of the SC Highway Patrol said Hill was walking on S.C. Highway 265 near Taxahaw Road when he was hit. Hill was struck by the car around […]

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Winthrop Athletics Partnering With Local Brewery

Winthrop Athletics has announced that they have entered into a partnership with Full Spectrum Brewing Company in Fort Mill.  This makes Full Spectrum the official craft brewery of Winthrop Athletics. As an official kick-off to the new partnership, all Eagle fans are invited to the first “Rock the Mill” event on Saturday, Sept. 23 hosted […]

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AUDIO: USC Lancaster Starting Program to Help First Generation Students

USC Lancaster is looking to reach first generation college students with their new program. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/FirstGenPKG01.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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AUDIO: City Council Approves Second Reading on Food Truck Ordinance

Rock Hill City Council approve the second reading of an ordinance on Monday night to allow the use of food trucks in multiple situations. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/FoodTrucksPKG01.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Winthrop University to Host Forum for City Positions

As Rock Hill voters return to the polls Oct. 17 to elect a new mayor and members for three city council seats. A forum will be held at Richardson Ballroom in the DiGiorgio Campus Center on October 3rd, will feature question-and-answer times for city council candidates at 6:30 p.m. and mayoral candidates at 7 p.m. […]

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Two Rock Hill Clinics Receive Federal Grants

Two Rock Hill-based clinics have received federal grants of over $100,000 each, in an attempt to curb the national opioid epidemic. The Affinity Health Center, with locations in Rock Hill, Clover and Fort Mill, received $175,700 in a Health Resources and Services Administration grant announced Thursday. The Community Medicine Foundation, located in Rock Hill and […]

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