Friday Night Lights in Rock Hill’s District Three Stadium could soon become Saturday Night Lights as Winthrop University formally considers adding a football team.
This coming Monday, Rock Hill’s chosen master developer Sora-Phelps plans to release its first draft of a new vision for downtown Rock Hill’s Knowledge Park.
This summer, Rock Hill-based Comporium Communications launches a new platform: Gigabit Internet service.
As we’ve reported previously, York Technical College is in the midst of a major campus overhaul. The $100 million project is expected to completed over a 20-year time span and is now in its first phase.
Last week, Rock Hill City Council officially blocked a plan for a new Walmart grocery store on Celanese Road. The effort was the final nail in the coffin for the 40,000 square-foot store that would have been part of a larger 14-acre development near Ebinport Road.
This week, Rock Hill-based Comporium Communications launched a new service for cable TV customers, integrating content providers with your smartphone, tablet device or computer. It’s a new service the company calls Watch TV Everywhere.
The economic development arms of both the City of Rock Hill and York County are eyeing two parcels of land along U.S. 21 for what would be the eighth business park in the city.