Manufacturer Bringing More Than 300 Jobs to Chester County

A manufacturer of recycled polyester staple fiber products has announced that it will make a $45 million investment in Chester County to build a facility that will generate 318 new jobs.  JN Fibers’ new production plant will be headquartered in an existing building in Richburg.  That building will be upfitted and space will be added […] Read More

Agencies, organizations jump-start after school program for teens

After years of planning, consideration and negotiations, the Boys and Girls Clubs of York County celebrated the grand opening of its Teen Club Thursday at the Rock Hill School District’s Flexible Learning Center. The Club can serve up to 100 teenagers a day and serves as a way to keep kids out of trouble in [...] Read More

LCSO Says Two Men Fatally Shot Each Other

The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has identified the second fatality victim in an incident in which it says two people with very lengthy criminal histories shot and killed each other. The shooting happened late Wednesday night on Old Blackmon Lane. A news release says that when deputies arrived at the scene, they found 39-year-old Stephen [...] Read More

Local girl scouts seek volunteers for breast cancer awareness event

Through programs designed to enhance both the character and knowledge of young women, the Hornet’s Nest Girl Scouts provide services for the community to enjoy beyond just Girl Scout cookies. Catherine Lambert and Hope Moore of the Girl Scout Hornet’s Nest Council stopped by Palmetto Mornings on WRHI to recruit volunteers for their annual Scouting [...] Read More

BREAKING NEWS: The Fight for Florida’s Delegates

According to Paul Senft, RNC National Committeeman for Florida, there is a fight brewing for Florida’s 50 delegates. Senft, who served on the rules committee with York County GOP Chair Glenn McCall, states that Florida (just as South Carolina) should be a “proportional” delegate state since they chose an early Primary date. However, due to a different [...] Read More