Eldon Beaver of Rock Hill, who spent all of World War II overseas with much of it in combat, turned 100 Thursday and was honored with a party given by family, friends and veterans who saluted his service.
Rock Hill World War II veteran turns 100
Resident shows runoff problems in Lake Wylie
Indian Land churches team up with Second Harvest to feed residents in need
Rideability in Clover offers equine therapy for the body, mind and soul
York County residents react to Charlottesville, Va. protests that left 3 dead
Sheriff’s Foundation of York County brings book bags to students in need
Fort Mill plays South Pointe to draw in football scrimmage
Hugh Barnett still going strong at 105
Gun violence problem in Lancaster
York County educators discuss Read to Succeed Act, third grade retention
Get a taste of Latin America at the newest restaurant in Fort Mill
Copperheads become face of new Fort Mill high school
Three people have died — including two Virginia State Police troopers after the helicopter crashed while hovering over the scene — and 35 were injured after a series of protests organized by a group of people opposed to the planned removal of a statue of Confederate icon Gen. Robert E. Lee from a public area that had been renamed “Emancipation Park.”
Police and civic and political and community leaders in Lancaster are asking for the public to help them solve the gun violence problem one called "out of control" after a 2-year-old boy was shot and killed this week.
After a majority of students supported Copperheads, which can be found in the area, the Fort Mill school board Tuesday approved the mascot to represent the district’s third high school, scheduled to open in 2019 off Fort Mill Parkway.
Healing Touch is an energy-based approach in which practitioners place their hands on or above the patient’s body in an intentional way to support the body’s natural ability to heal. Rock Hill resident Diana Wright recently opened a Healing Touch space in a Rock Hill salon.
A section of York County's Ebenezer Park shoreline will be closed up to eight weeks for an erosion control project. Officials said the closing had to be done in summer despite it being the busiest access time because lake levels at at their lowest. The swimming area and beach, boat launch, camping, recreation, picnic areas and other amenities are not affected.