A prospective juror wore a Confederate flag with the words “If this flag offends you, you need a history lesson” on it to court this week in York County, South Carolina. A lawyer wanted her struck from service but a judge ruled she could stay, and a legal expert said that the flag itself doesn’t disqualify someone wearing it from jury service.
I love Donald Trump for never changing. We know exactly where he stands at all times, he pulls no punches ever, and is so wrong so often that the cranky old lady running against him seems a charmer by comparison.
York County, South Carolina, will not appeal a city of York decision to save the most famous tree in York on the county courthouse property, meaning that officially the Christmas tree of York will not get the ax.
High school football, the cultural glue in York, Chester and Lancaster counties in South Carolina, returns Friday night – but without the most recognizable voice of all, Carlisle Roddey. Voice of the Chester Cyclones since 1970, Roddey is hospitalized and will miss the season opener. He vows to call in from his sickbed.
Few places, maybe none, signify a Southern place of being more than Waffle House. Fort Mill, South Carolina, one of the fastest-growing communities in the state, finally gets its own Waffle House and becomes an official Southern place again.
The 99th annual Hopewell Day in western York County, South Carolina, featuring gospel singing and the famous Hopewell Hash, is Wednesday. As it has been since World War I. But change to the weekend is a comin’: Maybe.
Criminal charges were dismissed Tuesday against Larry Thomas, a white barber from Rock Hill, South Carolina, who was accused of pointing a gun at a black man who came in his shop after Thomas told the man he did not cut black hair. The incident gained worldwide attention.
Army Staff Sgt. Adrian Valdes of Rock Hill, South Carolina, is part of an exercise in Malawi that brings together U.S. military personnel with partner countries in Africa to assist in United Nations peacekeeper operations.
The murder of Latoya Cureton in Rock Hill, South Carolina on Aug. 5, 2015 remains unsolved. Charges against a suspect in the case were dropped by prosecutors for lack of evidence, but police say “new, fresh leads” have come up.
Volunteers on Saturday open Emily’s House, a homeless shelter in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The shelter was a wish of Emily Elkins, who died in 2015 from cancer after helping the homeless while she was sick for three years.
One man’s quest for the best hot dog in the Carolinas traveled through Rock Hill, South Carolina, on Wednesday, when Byron Caulk asked at The Herald where to go for the best and found it at Ebenezer Grill – home of the giant weenie where a decade ago the 12-foot hot dog sign was stolen.
In a world where the bad makes news, Becky Wright of Rock Hill, South Carolina, has become a celebrity for something good: She gave back $300 she found at an ATM last week. Her story has been on TV, and she has heard from people all over.
York’s city board of architectural review unanimously voted Monday night to deny the county’s request to cut down the decades-old cedar on York County Courthouse property that has been the community’s Christmas Tree for generations.
Gold Star families from York County are outraged at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for taking to task the family of a Muslim American who was killed in Iraq, with one mother of a Marine killed in Afghanistan saying she hopes for a “firestorm” against Trump.
York County, South Carolina wants to cut down a huge cedar tree that has been the city and county’s Christmas tree for decades next to the York County Courthouse in downtown York, citing safety and other concerns. But the city has not hired an arborist to look at the tree and some want further study and more expert opinions before a decision is made.
Becky Wright of Rock Hill, South Carolina, found $300 in cash at a Wells Fargo ATM and immediately called police and handed over the money knowing that someone likely needed that cash. She reported the missing money to the bank the next morning.
Tens of people representing several churches came out Saturday afternoon to celebrate solidarity and promote racial unity. Singers, speakers and community leaders joined together in worship in downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Area churches take part in 'Solidarity' rally in Rock Hill amphitheater
Rock Hill versus York football highlights
'Voice' contestant from Rock Hill Teresa Guidry sings National Anthem
York County residents, business owner donate to victims of floods in Louisiana