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Rock Hill man shot, injured by SWAT officers in armed standoff

A Rock Hill man was shot by SWAT officers during an armed standoff that started at 4 p.m. Thursday. Neighbors reported the man was standing on the porch of his Hutchinson Street house with a gun, according to a Rock Hill police statement. When officers arrived at the scene, the man pointed the gun a

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-24 16:44:00

Black Friday shopping, man shot by officers in Rock Hill

Good morning! Kristen Miranda here with you on this day after Thanksgiving. My guess is you are either reading this from the comfort of your bed, or while waiting in line at a store. It is Black Friday and we are covering all of those late night and early morning shoppers braving the crowds and the

WBTV - 2017-11-24 10:04:04

Police: Armed man shot by officers during standoff in Rock Hill

ROCK HILL, S.C. - A man was flown to the hospital Thursday evening after he was shot during a standoff with police in Rock Hill. Officials with the Rock Hill Police Department said they were alerted by neighbors around 4 p.m. that a man was on his front porch with a gun at 515 Hutchison St. Officers

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-24 05:10:42

Man injured after officer-involved shooting in Rock Hill

ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Rock Hill Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that injured one man on Thursday afternoon. According to police, the incident happened on the 500 block of Hutchinson Street in Rock Hill around 4 p.m.. Police were alerted that a 30-year-old white man was standing on

WCNC - 2017-11-24 10:22:22

Man Shot in Standoff with Rock Hill Police, SLED Investigating

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) will continue to investigate the officer-involved shooting in Rock Hill, as well as an officer involved shooting in Spartanburg, South Carolina. In each case, a man was wounded in an encounter with police. SLED says there is dash cam video of the in

WCCBCHARLOTTE.COM - 2017-11-24 21:19:33

'Can't undo death': 20 years of appeals for Rock Hill man guilty of killing parents

Twenty years ago, Terry and Earl Robertson were beaten and stabbed to death in their Rock Hill home. Their son, James Robertson was charged and convicted of the killings. Robertson, known as "Jimmy," has been on South Carolina's death row for 18 years, since his 1999 conviction for double murder, a

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-24 19:02:00

Rock Hill schools taking next steps toward drug-testing student athletes

ROCK HILL The Rock Hill school district is seeking more feedback on random drug testing for student-athletes and student drivers. The school district is considering a policy that would call for random drug testing among student-athletes, starting with fall sports in 2018. Luanne Kokolis, associa

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-23 22:55:00

Rock Hill aims to 'open up a world' for children, adult athletes with special needs

A new league has formed in Rock Hill. Leaders from Winthrop University and the city of Rock Hill have teamed up with a York County foundation to build a new sports park for athletes who often can't join a sports team: children and adults with disabilities. Miracle Park will be among the growing rost

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-23 22:54:00

Wellspring represents a unique hybrid clinic for Culpeper

Just over two years ago, Wellspring Health Services represented nothing more than a dream for a local anesthesiologist and several area investors. The clinic they wanted to bring to patients in Culpeper took shape a year ago inside the old Chevy Chase Bank on Creativity Drive in the Culpeper Colonna


Culpeper Town Police, arrest reports for Nov. 13-19

Strawberi Shane Williams, 21, 10000 block of White Shop Road, Culpeper: Failure to pay fines, costs or penalties. Bernard Lee Lewis, 51, 400 block of E. Chandler Street, Culpeper: Driving with suspended or revoked license. Sallie Gentry, 27, 1500 block of Carloton Avenue, Charlottesville: Violatio


Farm at Sunnyside earns conservation honors

The 2017 Rappahannock County Bay-Friendly Farm Award has been presented to The Farm at Sunnyside in Harris Hollow along the banks of the Rush River. The annual Conservation Awards dinner was held in Culpeper and honors residents who have demonstrated leadership in the stewardship of local soil and w

RAPPAHANNOCK NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:28:15

Teen remodels VFW kitchen; earns Eagle Scout rank

Cutline: Devon DiSanza led a team of fellow Boy Scouts and other volunteers in renovating the kitchen of VFW Post 7728 in Bealeton. It was his project to earn the Eagle ranking. TIMES STAFF PHOTO/JAMES IVANCIC Teen remodels VFW kitchen; earns Eagle Scout rank By James Ivancic Times Staff Writer Devo

FAUQUIER TIMES-DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-24 11:15:00

JMU Event To Explore Diversity In Italian Cinema

The hashtag "#OscarsSoWhite" brought attention to Hollywood's lack of diversity, but Italian-Ghanaian director Fred Kudjo Kuwornu wants to show that it's not just a U.S. problem, but a global one. Kuwornu's 2016 documentary, "Blaxploitalian: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema" explores the pre

DAILY NEWS-RECORD - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Taking care of each other

On the Friday morning before Thanksgiving, a small army of volunteers gathered to unload and pack up 18,000 pounds of food for distribution to the needy through the once-monthly Empowering Culpeper program that started 14 years ago. "It's not right that people in our community are hungry," said volu

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT - 2017-11-23 09:15:00

Homesteading farm family counts their blessings, from A to Z

The fourth Thursday of November isn't the only time Daniel and Michaela Chiles consider their blessings. They're mindful of them daily as they they live off the land-and make their living from it. The couple have six children, another due in May and hope to add even more. The parents devote their fu


ZANN'S PLACE: Turkeys on Davis Street?

Could there be a more appropriate time to run once again this vintage photo? We are so grateful for J. Russell Guinn's fastidious desire to collect and preserve photos of his beloved Culpeper and this is one of his more enchanting examples. According to William L. Elder in his book entitled Culpeper


Prison lockdown affects shelter workload

The animal shelter serving Pasquotank County is facing a shortage of volunteers due to the freeze on inmate labor after last month's escape attempt at Pasquotank Correctional Institution. Ann Pitts, director of the Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Northeastern North Carolina, said in a

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Moore did nothing wrong dating teenage girls

Teenage girls dating older men was a common practice in Elizabeth City when I was a kid. It didn't seem to pose a problem for most folks. Conversely, older women would give a teenage boy a tumble quicker than a girl. The reason I seldom dated girls my age was simply because the married men had them

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Coast Guard station in Corolla has survived 100 years. Here's how.

Buy Now The 100-year-old Wash Woods Coast Guard station now serves as a beach rental office for Twiddy and Company. The station sits in the background with the rebuilt boathouse and lookout tower in the foreground. By Jeff Hampton The Virginian-Pilot Over the years, lives were saved by crewmen at t


Currituck to continue to use paid firefighters on Knotts Island

Knotts Island, N.C. (WAVY) - Currituck County says it will continue to fund paid fire and EMS crews on the remote community of Knotts Island as a contract dispute with volunteer firefighters lingers. The county's Board of Supervisors voted on matter on Monday, and said it will consider a fire servic