New Voter ID law in effect for voters’ decision on Fort Mill bond referendum

Turnout is expected to be light today, but voters in the Fort Mill School District area heading to the polls, casting ballots on a $54 million dollar school board referendum to fund capital projects and building improvements. Referendum committee co-chair Lisa McCarley tells WRHI the spending plan is not a permanent fix towards handling growth [...] Read More

Flashing yellow arrows to debut on S.C. traffic signals starting May 1

If you’ve ever been stuck in traffic at a red left turn arrow on Dave Lyle Blvd with no oncoming traffic — a new policy coming into effect May 1 may leave you and hundreds of thousands of South Carolina drivers in luck. The first of the Flashing Yellow Arrows, will be installed later this [...] Read More

Chris Young & Robin Meade to Peform National Anthem at Talladega

Chris Young and Robin Meade will each perform the National Anthem during Aaron’s Dream Weekend May 3-5 at Talladega Superspeedway. Chris will perform prior to the Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Nationwide Series Race on Saturday, May 4, while Robin will perform the National Anthem before the start of Aaron’s 499 NASCAR Spring Cup Series Race on [...] Read More

Linda Davis & George Hamilton IV to Host Sunday Mornin’ Country June 9

Linda Davis and George Hamilton IV will host this year’s Sunday Mornin’ Country. The annual country and gospel music show is set for June 9 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Named a Top 20 Tourism Social Event, the show is now in its 34th year and has been a favorite outlet for [...] Read More

Longtime hall of fame track coach Bob Jenkins dies

Longtime York County track coach and athletic support Bob Jenkins has died. Jenkins, 79, passed away this weekend nearly four years after retiring for the second time in 2009. Jenkins coached track at Northwestern High School for nearly three decades and later led the track program at the then-new South Pointe High School. In a [...] Read More