This week we are visiting Historic Brattonsville, which dates back to before the Revolutionary War!  We hear from historical re-enactors who are preserving the stories of their ancestors and teaching new generations about life under slavery, lest this chapter of history be forgotten.

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Follow in the footsteps of the Friendship Nine- nine brave young men from Friendship College in Rock Hill, South Carolina who originated the “Jail, No Bail” tactic in 1961 to combat segregation and fight for civil rights. We honor the 58th anniversary of these mens’ sacrifice with a look at the commemorative walkway in Rock […]

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All across York County, the arts are making a big impact. Seeing a vibrant coworking space for artists, galleries, community theater, and a thriving music scene gives you the feeling that the arts are very much alive across the county. Much of this is centered around The Arts Council of York County, which has been […]

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The historic Sylvia Theater in downtown York, SC is celebrating over 100 years of movies, live music, and entertainment. Restored in 2001, the theater holds fond memories for many locals. Mayor Eddie Lee even talks about seeing “The Blob” in 1958!

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Fall is a great time to visit York County. Explore the farm experience at Windy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill and Black’s Peaches, where you can get fresh produce and hard cider to really make your fall special!

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