More Videos

Clover boys edge York in overtime thriller 2:04

Clover boys edge York in overtime thriller

Fort Mill Elementary School hosts Expert Exhibit 1:08

Fort Mill Elementary School hosts Expert Exhibit

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse 1:46

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house 2:40

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house

Jessica Hahn opens up about aftermath of sexual encounter with PTL televangelist 2:23

Jessica Hahn opens up about aftermath of sexual encounter with PTL televangelist

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood 2:30

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood

92-year-old woman knocked to the ground during robbery 0:41

92-year-old woman knocked to the ground during robbery

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors 0:38

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

  • South Pointe High honors special needs grad with 'BoDean bash' in memory of student

    Jeffrey “BoDean” Taylor, a 2016 graduate of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, where he attended the special needs class, inspired a graduation tradition called the “BoDean Bash.” Taylor died earlier this year at age 21 after an illness. But the party named in his honor continued this year for the special needs class 2017 graduate, Bridgette Bradley.

Jeffrey “BoDean” Taylor, a 2016 graduate of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, where he attended the special needs class, inspired a graduation tradition called the “BoDean Bash.” Taylor died earlier this year at age 21 after an illness. But the party named in his honor continued this year for the special needs class 2017 graduate, Bridgette Bradley. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Jeffrey “BoDean” Taylor, a 2016 graduate of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, where he attended the special needs class, inspired a graduation tradition called the “BoDean Bash.” Taylor died earlier this year at age 21 after an illness. But the party named in his honor continued this year for the special needs class 2017 graduate, Bridgette Bradley. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

‘BoDean Bash’ honors special needs graduates at South Pointe High School

May 30, 2017 05:42 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2017 05:12 PM

More Videos

Clover boys edge York in overtime thriller 2:04

Clover boys edge York in overtime thriller

Fort Mill Elementary School hosts Expert Exhibit 1:08

Fort Mill Elementary School hosts Expert Exhibit

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse 1:46

Clouds disappoint but darkness awes during eclipse

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house 2:40

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house

Jessica Hahn opens up about aftermath of sexual encounter with PTL televangelist 2:23

Jessica Hahn opens up about aftermath of sexual encounter with PTL televangelist

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood 2:30

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood

92-year-old woman knocked to the ground during robbery 0:41

92-year-old woman knocked to the ground during robbery

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors 0:38

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

  • Strangers who worked together to try and save Rock Hill crash victim reunite

    Travis Taylor and Karina Barajas had never met until June 18, Fathers Day, when both used CPR training and skills to try and save another stranger who had been injured in a Cherry Road motorcycle crash. They now share a special bond and a friendship they