CN2 Newscast – Historical Marker in Rock Hill, School District talks bond referendum, & student athletes sign letter of intent

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – A new Historical Marker is honoring a Rock Hill man who worked his entire life to bring high quality education to African Americans during segregation. The life and legacy of William Mason Chisholm will now live on through a permanent historical marker.

Plus, the Lancaster County School District is talking about an upcoming bond referendum to help with potential improvements at the county’s schools.

And, after years of practice and traveling to games, high school student athletes are announcing where they plan to continue to play their sport of choice in college.

CN2 has all that and more for your latest South Carolina news.

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