Winthrop hosts Asheville Thursday night at 9 p.m. in a nationally televised ESPNU game. It may sound late, especially on a school night, but Eagles coach Pat Kelsey makes his case for why Rock Hill should support his team Thursday in a battle for first place in the Big South.
Sarah Nesbit of Fort Mill received a kidney transplant from her daughter in 2011. But she needs another, so her sister will donate a kidney with hopes that Sarah can live a healthier life with her family.
Construction crews at Carowinds in Fort Mill began installing one of four new rides at the amusement park's new County Fair area. The crew placed a 53,000 pound frame for the Electro-Spin ride, a "freely rotating orbit" ride with "floorless gondolas." The park will open on March 25.
York Comprehensive High School history and government teacher Jane Gilfillan is taking 45 students and a handful of parents to President Elect Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington, D.C. this week. The teacher has attended the past seven inaugurations and said she believes students should "see our government at work."
Around 400 Winthrop University students on Monday helped honor the memory of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. by serving people in need in Rock Hill. The students helped pack sandwiches, make scarves, create hygiene packs and more for the homeless.
Citizens from across the state came together in Rock Hill Sunday to show support for the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. With signs, the residents stated their opposition to a repeal of the health care act.
Hundreds gathered in downtown York Saturday afternoon for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Local churches, civic organizations, beauty queens, dance troupes, law enforcement and lawmakers waved to the crowds atop floats and in cars.