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Plans to build several spec buildings in York County could help reduce the area’s shortage of office and commercial space, say local economic development officials.
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Some of the many River Hills Lions involved in this year's Pancake Breakfast Dec. 14 at Camp Thunderbird are, from left, Mayhugh Horne, Anita Rounds, Mary Ann Robinson, Dick Lewis, Bob Daily, Pam Lee, Dick Krewson and Winnie Williford.
Cheek will be responsible for communicating the plans and visions for the CHM through the media and in person.
New job numbers released Friday by The U.S. Department of Labor show a drop in the unemployment rate for South Carolina to 7.1 percent in November, down four-tenths of a point since October.
Rock Hill's Riverwalk soon could be home to both a new branch of the YMCA and York County's first microbrewery.
York County Councilman Michael Johnson is leading the charge on reforming how the county’s hospitality tax is spent, calling for a focus on sports tourism and an end to council bickering.
Deputies were sent to Beef 'O' Brady's at about 7:30 p.m. after receiving word of a fight in the back parking lot, according to a York County Sheriff's report.
Deputies were called to S.C. 557 at about 3:15 p.m. after receiving calls about a possibly intoxicated driver in a Mercury Mystique, according to a York County Sheriff's report.
The city of York had the third lowest gas prices in the country for 2013, according to a recently released survey by GasBuddy.com.
But the youngest soldier in the family, the only girl – who cried so many times from eyes over her freckles and under her flaming red hair as she watched those four brothers and stepfather leave for wars – has died after those wars.
State Rep. Ralph Norman, R-Rock Hill, is considering a run for lieutenant governor after incumbent Glenn McConnell recently set his sights on an education position in Charleston.
The brick house was once a centerpiece of the community, serving as a general store, a post office, a schoolhouse, and a private residence for one of York County's earliest settler families.
Last week the town's planning commission recommended approval for a plan to annex property on Suttonview Road.
Editor's note: The following information is compiled from incident reports filed with the York and Clover police departments and from the York County Sheriff's Office.
Energy Express assistant manager Anita Watson, right, sells a Mega Millions lottery ticket to Brian Thomason Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, in St. Louis.