Straight Talk goes on the road to Piedmont Medical Center for Hospital Employee Appreciation Week.
Joe Hudak with the Piedmont Fellowship of Christian Athletes, discusses the Piedmont Pride, a Rock Hill-based team in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League that’s playing this summer.
Jack Lockwood and Billy Hagner with the Allison Creek Peninsula Homeowners Association discuss their efforts to prevent the residential density on the southern peninsula from doubling.
Haynes says York County is ready for any possible emergency that may happen at the Catawba Nuclear Station.
This year’s Stamp Out Hunger food collection effort takes place on Saturday, May 8.
Dr. Copeland outlines historically-black college’s efforts to lure more students from York, Chester and Lancaster Counties.
Diana Bernard, president of the Fort Mill Care Center, joins Manning Kimmel on Straight Talk. Bernard discusses the services the center provides, and the capital campaign it recently launched. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/ST-2015-05-05.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed