Pedestrians use the crosswalk on East Main Street in downtown Rock Hill on Wednesday. Rock Hill will soon enforce a stricter jaywalking rule in the downtown area. Some question whether the real reason the stricter rule is being enforced is to enable a downtown restaurant to serve liquor.
Pedestrians use the crosswalk on East Main Street in downtown Rock Hill on Wednesday. Rock Hill will soon enforce a stricter jaywalking rule in the downtown area. Some question whether the real reason the stricter rule is being enforced is to enable a downtown restaurant to serve liquor.
Pedestrians use the crosswalk on East Main Street in downtown Rock Hill on Wednesday. Rock Hill will soon enforce a stricter jaywalking rule in the downtown area. Some question whether the real reason the stricter rule is being enforced is to enable a downtown restaurant to serve liquor.

Quietly, city aids bid for liquor at downtown eatery

August 30, 2007 01:17 AM

UPDATED August 30, 2007 01:27 AM

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