U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman and York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson were among more than a dozen local officials who participated in a dunking booth fundraiser. The men helped raise money for the 809 Foundation in memory of Det. Mike Doty.
Rock Hill civil rights leader James "Jim" Frank Wells was laid to rest Thursday at Boyd Hill Baptist Church. Wells was a member of the Friendship Nine, a group of nine students from Friendship College who staged a sit-in protest in 1961.
Melanie Tindley of Charlotte, originally of Missouri, attended the funeral of Rock Hill civil rights leader James Frank Wells. The 77-year-old member of the Friendship Nine died Sunday. Tindley met with Wells' friend David Williamson at Five & Dine.
Fort Mill High School recently hired Joelle Brotemarkle as the school's new girls' varsity soccer coach. Even though the team has posted successful seasons, Brotemarkle is the fourth new Yellow Jackets soccer coach in as many years.
Archie Parnell, the Democratic nominee for the 5th Congressional District, has challenged incumbent Republican Ralph Norman to a 11 debates. Parnell narrowly lost to Norman in a special election last year.
The Tega Cay Police Department in South Carolina announced on July 9, 2018 that it provides DisposeRx, a solution that when mixed with water and used on prescription drugs renders them inactive and safe to throw in the trash.
In this January 2015 file video, sentences of the Friendship Nine, who were arrested in Rock Hill 54 years ago, were vacated by Circuit Court Judge John Hayes. They were arrested in 1961 for sitting at a whites-only lunch counter.
Main Street merchants are teaming up to present Fort Mill Jam, a day-long event to highlight the revitalization of the downtown area. The event will feature live music, food trucks, beer, wine and more.
Two Kemp's ridley sea turtles paddle back into the Atlantic in a release on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore after being treated for cold-stunning at the N.C. Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation Center on Roanoke Island.
The Piedmont Pride summer college baseball team relies on "foster families" to help support the organization financially, but the families get plenty in return from spending time with the Pride's players.
Police in York, South Carolina gave out fans to veterans and the elderly on Thursday, July 5, 2018. The money for the fans came from donations and police targeted those in need as temperatures again were above 90 degrees.