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    Expanding no-wake zone on Catawba River OK’d

    The Lake Wylie Marine Commission voted six to one during Monday night’s meeting at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church to start the process with North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to expand the "no-wake zone" near the U.S. National White Water Center. Four commissioners abstained...


    Plan to extend life of river seeks city support

    Now that water experts have a plan for continued economic growth in the region, they’re turning to the people who have the power to make it happen.


    CAAC launches new financial classes

    Clover Area Assistance Center will offer new life skills classes.


    No moratorium for Lake Wylie

    Despite a plea from Lake Wylie’s representative, York County Council members say there won’t be a moratorium on building in the area anytime soon.


    In brief

    The lab recently earned accreditation from Forensic Quality Services by meeting international standards for forensic testing labs, according to a York County Sheriff’s Office news release. FQS is the longest established provider of accreditation to forensic testing agencies in the United ...


    Fort Mill VFW member gets national award

    A member of Fort Mill’s VFW Post 9138 is the recipient of the highest honor given by Veterans of Foreign Wars.


    Outlet center to open amid new optimism

    It’s hard to create 400,000 square feet of retail space and open nearly 100 new businesses and not have an impact on your neighbors. But when Charlotte Premium Outlets opens on July 31, residents say they expect the effect to be more positive than negative.


    Clover student interning at Santee Cooper

    Twelve South Carolina college students, including one from Clover, put away their textbooks this summer for some hands-on learning as Santee Cooper Environmental Interns.


    Active shooter training

    Police from Tega Cay, Fort Mill, Winthrop and Clover participate in an active shooter drill at Tega Cay Elementary School


    Raffle tickets help children go to prom

    Heather Catts, a Mary Kay director, is selling $10 raffle tickets to raise money to sponsor a child for The Sandbox’s “An Evening of Believing” Prom to be held in September in Charlotte

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