AUDIO: Diversified Signs Looking to Expand Again

Diversified Signs started at a small body shop in Downtown York and now they are looking to build a 50,000 square foot mega shop in York County. Read More

AUDIO: York County Elections Office Gives Runoff Information

Beth Covington with the York County Office of Board and Voter Registration in York County talked about the results from the Mayoral election and what people need to know before they vote in the runoff. Read More

Man Pleads Guilty to Three Counts of Felony DUI

Rhett Nelson Boheler, 19 pleaded guilty to three counts of felony DUI this week in a case where he posted a Snapchat video of himself smoking drugs minutes before a York County crash that killed two passengers and injured a third in a February 2016 wreck on S.C. 211 in western York County. Boheler was […] Read More

Mayoral Candidate Duane Christopher Backs Roddey in Runoff

It was announced in a press release earlier today that Mayoral Candidate Duane Christopher has made the decision to back Bump Roddey in the election runoff on October 31st. Christopher said, “The City’s finances need to be evaluated and overhauled,” and that Bump Roddey has the vision to bring the finances under control. Christopher also […] Read More

AUDIO: Rock Hill Mayoral Election Heads to Runoff

Rock Hill mayoral candidates Bump Roddey and John Gettys are headed to a runoff after neither gained the 51% needed to win the election.  Nikita Jackson and Ann Williamson are also headed to a runoff for City Council Ward 5.  Jim Reno won the Council seat for Ward 6 and John Black won the race […] Read More

AUDIO: H-Tax Committee Finalizes Marketing Application

Yesterday the York County H-Tax Committee met and finalized corrections to their marketing grant application to be presented to York County Council. Read More

AUDIO: Mulvaney Continues Fight for Tax Reform

Former S.C. Congressman and National Director for the Office of Management and Budget Mick Muvaney continues to fight to bring tax reform in the United States. Read More