Mark Prosser was in the right place Tuesday night

Mark Prosser wasn’t able to make it back to Wheeling Central Catholic High School Tuesday night for the school’s renaming of its basketball court in his dad’s honor. But Skip Prosser would have wanted his son to be right where he was, on the Winthrop bench, coaching.

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Controversial York tree lit with 3,800 Christmas lights after parade

The towering evergreen tree in front of the York County Courthouse lit up with 3,800 bulbs Wednesday after the York Christmas parade. Mayor Eddie Lee, who dressed as Santa, joined members of the Yorkville Historical Society and residents at the traditional lighting ceremony. York County officials considered removing the tree over the summer because they believed it had stopped growing and could be a safety problem. The city's downtown historic commission denied the county's request and allowed the city to keep the tree.
Tracy Kimball
Controversial York tree lit with 3,800 Christmas lights after parade 1:07

Controversial York tree lit with 3,800 Christmas lights after parade

Fort Mill's downtown comes alive with annual Christmas parade 1:25

Fort Mill's downtown comes alive with annual Christmas parade

Lending a hand: York County Good Folks aims to do good things 1:43

Lending a hand: York County Good Folks aims to do good things

Video: watch South Pointe's Scott Robinson Jr. hurdle a tackler in the Stallions' win last week 0:45

Video: watch South Pointe's Scott Robinson Jr. hurdle a tackler in the Stallions' win last week