Bernard Gaither stands on the porch of his family's home on Green Street. His father, George Gordon, is seated behind him. Green Street is one the roads targeted for the city of Rock Hill's Weed & Seed crime prevention program.
Bernard Gaither stands on the porch of his family's home on Green Street. His father, George Gordon, is seated behind him. Green Street is one the roads targeted for the city of Rock Hill's Weed & Seed crime prevention program.
Bernard Gaither stands on the porch of his family's home on Green Street. His father, George Gordon, is seated behind him. Green Street is one the roads targeted for the city of Rock Hill's Weed & Seed crime prevention program.

City crime prevention program faces budget cuts

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