SCHP, WRHI and community team up to prevent teens drinking and driving

It only takes a second for a tragedy to ruin a high school student’s prom night. It’s those tragedies that WRHI and a host of sponsors are trying to prevent through the annual Prom Pledge. Lance Corporal Billy Elder with the South Carolina Highway Patrol speaks at the assemblies — and says they have an impact. Elder [...] Read More

Youth forum focuses on bullying, cyberbullying

Thursday night, Rock Hill City Council Chambers were filled to the brim with students for a community youth forum on bullying. The event, held by the city’s No Room for Racism Committee, focused on the long-lasting effects of bullying and cyber-bullying, and how students can stop it before it becomes a major problem. Committee chairman [...] Read More

Former WRHI news anchor retires from teaching

Former WRHI news anchor and Winthrop University Mass Communication Professor Haney Howell spoke at last night’s Mass Communication dinner about his retirement. During his 25 years as a broadcast instructor at Winthrop, Howell says the biggest change he has seen in the department is the technology and the way students have embraced it. Howell last [...] Read More

Greenville schools hire superintendent from within

Rock Hill School District Superintendent Lynn Moody says being passed over by the Greenville County school district in its search for a superintendent is a win-win situation before because she loves Rock Hill. Moody was one of three finalists for the position, which the Greenville County School Board filled late last night with its own [...] Read More

Clover students recycling phones for a good cause

Students at Clover High School are trying to do their part in supporting men and women serving overseas by collecting gently used cell phones. Clover Police Captain David Dover explains how the program works. Dover says the program has been quite successful across the country, and how the Clover High Environmental Science Club has decided [...] Read More