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A renowned leader in Buddhist teaching makes his first visit to the Carolinas, which includes a stop at The Peaceful Dragon in Steele Creek.
The once bustling River Rat restaurant location on S.C. 557 will be serving up food once again next month with the opening of Twin Rivers.
York County employees will see a 1 percent pay increase and homeowners will pay about 3 percent more in property tax next year under a budget approved on Monday night by the County Council.
Clover Area Assistance Center is in need of canned vegetables such as corn, peas, and green beans.
A Lake Wylie convenience store clerk reported to police that a juvenile told her You better take Walmart gift cards when she told him he had to pay for a slushy after he took two sips from it, according to a police report.
Recent rain didn’t trigger any new Tega Cay sewage spills, according to Tega Cay Water Service and residents who are monitoring the situation.
York Technical College is condensing its normal two-week acceptance and enrollment process into one day.
Dakota’s Spectacular Day on the Lake brought about 150 people out Thursday to Lake Wylie so children fighting cancer could have a day filled with fun.
A Charlotte man faces drug charges after he allegedly hid an ounce of marijuana in the crotch of his pants, according to police.
Mark Pringle managed to balance work and family while he and his wife, Barb, were raising their children. He coached sports teams, was involved in church and enjoyed camping, hiking and horseback riding with the kids during his 30-year career in the energy industry.