Wilson and Ashley talk about the services the school provides to children who have been removed from their homes because they were abused, neglected or abandoned.
Berinsky discusses her book, which is part biography and part thriller based on her personal experience with domestic violence.
Fletcher says out of 500 targeted economic development prospects, the Alliance hopes to lure 50 of them to the four-county area.
Hamilton discusses why voters in York County should approve the nearly $90 million bond referendum Nov. 3.
Howie discusses the electric coop’s High Voltage Heroes program, in which it is marking its 75th anniversary by choosing 75 people who have made a difference in York County.
Echols discusses the various projects that are completed, underway or on the drawing board for the Knowledge Park area stretching from downtown to Winthrop University.
Lawrence provides an update on the Knowledge Park project, which stretches from Fountain Park in downtown Rock Hill to Winthrop University.