Friend of Pearl Harbor survivor from York County: 'he's looking down on us today'
A handful of friends and family gathered at the gravesite of Pearl Harbor survivor L.C. Rice of York County to pay tribute to those who survived and died at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Members of the VFW Post 2889 performed a 21-gun salute at th
SC Works is a brand of services aimed to help job seekers in South Carolina. The federally-funded organization offers services aimed at helping people enter the workforce or find better jobs and help for employers to fill jobs.
Work on new roads and other projects means dirt some say York County, South Carolina doesn’t have. York County Council approved digging at a site near Clover for work on Pole Branch Road in Lake Wylie, a Pennies for Progress project.
Toni Gladden was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison for charges relating to the death of her 2-year-old son, who fatally shot himself in April 2017. Gladded pleaded guilty to felony child neglect and misprision of a felony.
Kristin Vining talks about the 100-year old oak tree that fell on her Springs Street business in downtown Fort Mill, S.C., early in the morning on Sept. 16, 2018. Heavy wind and rain from Tropical Storm Florence pounded York County.
The National Hurricane Center said on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, that excessive amounts of rain are still being dumped in North Carolina and the effect is expected to be "catastrophic." Here are scenes from flooding in Jacksonville, N.C.
Key city leaders of Rock Hill said Sunday coordination between city departments has helped Rock Hill to 'fare well' during Tropical Storm Florence. They urged residents to stay away from the Catawba River until debris is cleared.
Tropical Storm Florence dumped inches of heavy rain in York, Chester and Lancaster counties over the weekend. Emergency and utility crews had to respond to large trees that fell on homes and businesses.
Nicole Sanchez and her four kids were okay, but their house on Ebenezer Ave. extension in Rock Hill, S.C., was not okay after a tree fell on it early Saturday morning, Sept. 15, 2018. The outer band of Hurricane Florence reached the area late Friday.
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