The link between missing school and ending up in jail is so well established that law enforcement officials realize that one of the best ways to prevent crime is to ensure children remain in school and get an education.
Planners in Rock Hill have spent years working to find ways to attract more people and businesses to the city’s historic core, particularly the central downtown area. Now that the realization of those efforts looks more imminent, planners need to find places to put the cars.
Proponents of legislative reforms to improve South Carolina’s Freedom of Information Act didn’t get everything they had hoped for in the bill that passed on the last day of the session. But the bill came close, and it should be regarded as a victory for open government and citizens’ ability to gain access to public information.
The purpose of expelling students from school is to prevent them from disrupting classrooms, not to deny them an education. Fortunately the Rock Hill school district seems to understand that, and school board members are looking at ways to tweak district policy to ensure that expelled students don’t go weeks or months without instruction.
Brian Lane has shifted Clover to a spread offense and judging by the 56 points the Blue Eagles scored in their opener, the transition is going well. QB Garrett Miller is a huge reason why, according to Lane.
Clover coach Brian Lane thrilled with his QB, talks next opponent
Bond set at over $80K for Rock Hill victim of 2011 mob attack, now accused of armed robbery
Fort Mill, Tega Cay should have 'symbiotic relationship,' say Savage, Sheppard
Would you give $19.82 for Tega Cay to market new Catawba Park?