Posted February 5th, 2013 by Old Town
Old Town Market Hall, the new event venue in the heart of Old Town is ideal for hosting parties, wedding receptions, reunions, meetings, concerts, art shows, and more. Owned by Main 7 LLC, and managed by Rinehart Property Management, the building at 121 Caldwell Street has been totally renovated by way of a partnership with the City of Rock Hill. The building that was once known as the Dixie Home Store of Rock Hill, and that later housed a dry cleaner and shoe repair now has a new purpose. The Old Town Market Hall is a venue designed to bring more events to the heart of the community.
Posted January 22nd, 2013 by Old Town
The City of Rock Hill’s Mayor Doug Echols and Comporium’s President and Chief Executive Officer Bryant Barnes jointly announced downtown construction projects in the area known as “Old Town East” that anchors what the city officials describe as Knowledge Park.
Posted March 6th, 2012 by Winthrop Magazine
by Meredith Carter
THE HIVE PROVIDES DESIGN EXPERIENCE
While the DIFD program provides budding web developers and designers with the technical know-how, it’s The Hive that helps show them how to work with real clients.
Jason Broadwater, founder of the web marketing firm RevenFlo, created The Hive as a partnership among Winthrop, York Technical College and RevenFlo. Housed on the third floor of the Citizens Building in downtown Rock Hill, The Hive allows DIFD majors and York Tech students to work in teams on web design and Internet marketing projects for clients. The multi-purpose space is used for classes and presentations as well as team and client meetings. In spring 2011, The Hive’s first semester of operation, the two-year pilot project involved 28 students from Winthrop and York Tech.
Posted December 10th, 2010 by Old Town
This winter, South Carolina ETV presents the “Carolina Stories” documentary, “Jail, No Bail.” The 30-minute long broadcast pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the sit-in that introduced a new protest strategy and turned the tables on the establishment, while at the same time reinvigorating the Civil Rights movement nationally. The program also honors the “Friendship Nine” and the bold stand the men took in the face of extreme injustice. The show airs Thursday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. An encore presentation airs on Sunday, Feb. 6 at 4 p.m.