Founders Federal Credit Union led students at Westminster-Catawba Christian School through a "real-life" Mad City Money simulation Thursday. The students were assigned careers and given budgets to learn about debt management. Teachers and credit union representatives said the event gives the students hands-on experience.
Stephanie Nicole Wilson, 31, is charged with several felonies after police said she led them on three pursuits in 24 hours. She was caught with the help of tips from the public, York County sheriff's deputies said.
Hundreds of dads threw on a suit and tie and drove their little girls in fancy dresses to the City of Rock Hill's Daddy-Daughter Dance Friday. The daddy-daughter duos had pictures made before taking to the dark dance floor. Nearly 400 dads, stepdads, grandfathers, uncles and their little girls gathered at the event at the Baxter Hood Center.
Burgers and Barley on Cherry Road serves burgers with uniquely southern twists, such as fried macaroni-and-cheese and fried green tomato burgers, wings, craft beer and more. The "rustic" restaurant and bar opened in the former Daddy's Money across from Winthrop University on Cherry Road.
Sydney McCleningham remembers her outgoing best friend Jesse Helms, who was shot and killed by his mother ten years ago, as an outgoing boy who loved Spider Man and pencils. The senior class president at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill and their second grade teacher Paulette Hallman visited his grave on Valentine's Day, exactly a decade later.
Grown siblings of Eugene Sanders found the grave of Eugene Sanders, a two-year-old boy who died in 1957, just three weeks shy of his third birthday in Rock Hill. The toddler was hit by a car, but his parents could not afford a headstone at the time of his death. The siblings — most of whom never met the boy — searched for his grave in Barber Memorial Cemetery recently and bought a headstone.
The pedestrian, John Carpenter, 54, was killed while walking north on U.S. 21, known as Anderson Road, in Rock Hill late Tuesday, police said. No charges have been filed against the teen driver involved in the collision.
Supporters of the Affordable Care Act marched on Sen. Lindsey Graham's Rock Hill office Tuesday morning to demand that he work to strengthen the law or replace it with a new one, rather than repeal it without a replacement. Around 25 York County residents turned out for the rally.