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The State Election Commission has formally overturned last month’s election for Chester County supervisor, another step toward scheduling a new election for incumbent Carlisle Roddey and petition candidate Shane Stuart.

Distribution is officially underway for Holiday Partners, once called the Sleigh Bell Network, which includes the United Way, The Herald’s Empty Stocking Fund and WRHI’s Toys for Happiness.

Lake Wylie residents should hear less noise from nearby Charlotte Douglas International Airport, once a new plan to upgrade air traffic control is put in place.

New tariffs placed by the U.S. commerce department on tires manufactured in China – including those made by Giti Tire – have raised concerns in South Carolina.

York Technical College will be closed Monday through Jan. 2 for the semester break, but the college has scheduled four days during that time on which current and prospective students can get help with admissions, financial aid or course registration.

The York County Ballet will present “The Nutcracker” 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Johnson Hall Theater at Winthrop University.

The Lancaster Alternative Police Strategy hosted a “Stop the Violence” candlelight vigil Thursday night at the Lancaster City Hall building on South Catawba Street.

The Clover school board has awarded $48.4 million in contracts for the construction of a new elementary school and a new middle school, both to open in 2016.

Roshunda Johnson scored 16 points, including the final go-ahead bucket late in the second half, to lift No. 19 Oklahoma State to a 55-49 win over Weber State on Thursday night.

Did you get wider over the holidays? It's a common belief that most folks will gain weight between Thanksgiving and the New Year, but according to experts, that gain actually only averages about a pound. However, that pound will make you fatter.

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