The Varsity Restaurant with its famous Watkins hot dogs is closed after owners Roy and Darlene Russell sold it to Chad McGowan, who owns and operates the thriving Legal Rsemedy brew pub and restaurant across the street on Oakland Avenue between downtown Rock Hill and Winthrop University.
A 7-month battle between Clover, South Carolina, residents and the town over a proposed 180-foot cell tower comes to a head Thursday when zoning officials decide whether to allow the tower or approve an appeal by neighbors.
Police in York, South Carolina remain frustrated and disappointed by the parole of a teen who allegedly plotted to join ISIS and planned to rob a gun store to kill American soldiers, but state officials say the teen is monitored by a parole officer.
The White Horse restaurant/bar in Rock Hill marks 40 years in business Saturday with a throwback price anniversary party. The place has survived chain competition, Hurricane Hugo, recessions, drinking law changes, and still is a Rock Hill institution.
Area kids have a chance to play football June 11 at Ko Simpson football camp featuring several NFL stars from Rock Hill, including Jadeveon Clowney, Johnathan Joseph, Stephon Gilmore, Phillip Adams and Jonathan Meeks.
The family of Latoya Cureton will hold a second march for justice Saturday in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Cureton was shot to death in August and her family wants all victims of violent crime to rally together to stop violence.
High schools in York County, South Carolina not only ban cheering and clapping for individual students, breaking the rules has sometimes ended with police arrests and jail. Should clapping at graduation be a crime?
Richard and Jerri Damron of York, South Carolina, received the best 70th anniversary present ever Thursday – their first limousine ride, cake, lunch and the biggest party in the city courtesy of the senior center, police and area businesses.
In just 49 seconds, Rock Hill, South Carolina police officer and Army special forces soldier Mike Englert, 46, won his comeback boxing fight after 11 years in front of a crowd that included raucous off-duty cops.
The weak-kneed media was too busy complaining – except Herald columnist Andrew Dys – when Donald Trump spoke to a huge crowd at Winthrop University in Rock Hill Jan. 8, showing that his appeal to the working class would crush his soft opponents.
Winthrop University’s “Think College” – a program for students with intellectual disabilities – will recognize its first three graduates on Saturday. The students and their families hope to blaze a path of normalcy for future students seeking an independent, productive life.
A York teen who plotted to join ISIS and kill American soldiers has refused to tell police who sold him two guns as he asked the South Carolina juvenile parole board for release. Police and prosecutors said the teen plotted to join ISIS then rob a gun store with a radical Muslim extremist – the teen denies any plot.