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The goat farm on Hwy. 160 West in Fort Mill is changing hands, though future plans for the property haven’t been announced.
Charlotte-based Macs Speed Shops sauce scored big at the May 16-18 Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest.
What’s new? Pet stylist Debbie Valerio joins staff.
The Gaston County Veterans Council and Caromont Health have reached a compromise over the recent name change of Gaston Memorial Hospital to Caromont Regional Medical Center.
In response to a Notice of Intent to Sue filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center on behalf of the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, the state of North Carolina has filed suit against Duke Energy for its coal ash pollution of Mountain Island Lake near Charlotte.
Officials are working to fix a pump at the Catawba Nuclear Station that has leaked more than 100 gallons of water with traces of tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen, according to federal regulators.
Windy Hill Orchard & Cidery has been awarded medals for its hard ciders at the annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition, which included more than 400 entrants.
York County Council gave initial approval last week to a development that would bring close to 550 new residences along Hwy. 160 in Fort Mill, though theres still work to be done on the plan.
Shoppes at the Landing is nearing completion of its first new homes.
The former Wher-rena Boatland building is coming down to make room for more growth, though plans aren’t being announced yet as to what’ll be there.