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Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs 2:11

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs

Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone 2:04

Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show 2:20

Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer 2:27

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents 3:09

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse 1:46

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA 1:27

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement 2:30

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement

Watch: 3 things Dave Friedman is keeping an eye on this Winthrop basjetball season 1:18

Watch: 3 things Dave Friedman is keeping an eye on this Winthrop basjetball season

  • With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18

    Chancellor Lee Adams will celebrate his 18th birthday on Thursday, November 16, 2017. Chancellor Lee is the son of former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth who is imprisoned for masterminding the murder of Chancellor Lee's mother Cherica Adams. Chancellor Lee was born prematurely and has cerebral palsy and permanent brain damage due to his traumatic birth.

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Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show 2:20

Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents 3:09

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents

Man wanted for beating woman during robbery in Rock Hill denied bond 2:49

Man wanted for beating woman during robbery in Rock Hill denied bond

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18 1:13

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer 2:27

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs 2:11

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse 1:46

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA 1:27

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement 2:30

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement

Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone

More than 200 people gathered in Rock Hill Saturday morning to remember the life of Brother David Boone, one of Rock Hill’s most influential civil rights protesters. Boone died Nov. 5 at age 84 after a long fight with cancer.
Hannah Smoot hgsmoot@heraldonline.com
Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone 2:04

Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs 2:11

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs

Watch: Strait Herron celebrates South Pointe playoff blowout with his team 0:41

Watch: Strait Herron celebrates South Pointe playoff blowout with his team

Rock Hill commemorates Juneteenth with cooler temps, entertainment 0:56

Rock Hill commemorates Juneteenth with cooler temps, entertainment

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Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone 2:04

Rock Hill residents remember civil rights legend Brother David Boone

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18 1:13

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs 2:11

Highlights: South Pointe smashes Eastside in 4A football playoffs

Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show 2:20

Anne Springs Close Greenway hosts Fall Horse Show

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer 2:27

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents 3:09

Rock Hill mayor: Recent fatal shooting was ‘tipping point’ for concerned downtown residents

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse 1:46

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA 1:27

First treatment that genetically modifies patients’ cells to destroy cancer approved by FDA

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement 2:30

Rock Hill middle school students, staff focus on good behavior, positive reinforcement

Mystery tenant in 'nightmare house' has new home. 2:28

Mystery tenant in 'nightmare house' has new home.

  • Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

    Robert D. Raiford retires from the “John Boy & Billy” radio show after suffering a stroke.