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Storm causes flooding, electrical issues around Greenwood

While the Midlands has borne the brunt of storm flooding and damage so far this weekend, Greenwood County has not been spared.

The South Carolina Emergency Management Division has increased the state' ...


HSOG, councilman at odds over animal shelter

While specifications are being completed in anticipation of realistic numbers for the construction of a new animal shelter, Greenwood County Councilman Bob Fisher has been lobbing frustration at the c ...


Carolina Executive Car unveiling, grand opening Oct. 23

All aboard!

The Museum of Greenwood and Railroad Historical Center board of directors announce the grand opening of the restored Carolina Executive Car, 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 23, 908 Main St. Tickets are r ...


Martin optimistic about PGA future

Ben Martin's third full season on the PGA Tour didn't end the way he would have liked.

He was sitting in 25th place in the FedEx Cup standings going into the BMW Championship, the next-to-last event b ...


Festiva opens with Three on a String

Masterful musicianship, combined with family-friendly comedy blends seamlessly in Three on a String's performances.

The Birmingham, Alabama-based group opens the 2015-16 Festiva series 4 p.m.&nbs ...


Runners race through weather for genetic disorders

Tyler Shenal, 11, said the rain would not stop this year's Race the Helix, and it didn't.

In the midst of the morning wind and rain, colorful running outfits dashed around the Greenwood Genetic Cente ...


New owners reviving Belmont Inn

ABBEVILLE --For the Belmont Inn, it takes a village and two brave new owners to get the historic building back to its once prominent stature on Abbeville's Court Square.

Tucked in the corner of where ...


Ninety Six takes advantage of turnovers, beats Saluda

SALUDA --The Ninety Six High School football team got punched early Friday night, and it was trying to hold off the knockout blow. 

In their Region 2-AA opener against an unbeaten No. 10 Saluda, ...


Greenwood back on winning track

GREENVILLE -- Two defensive touchdowns and a bull-in-a-china-shop running back who scored three times put a huge smile on Dan Pippin's face Friday night.

Greenwood High School's football coach was bea ...

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State of emergency, but game must go on

October 04, 2015 04:00

There were conflicting messages relayed across the state as Hurricane Joaquin hovered in the Atlantic Ocean.

People living along the coastal areas were advised high tides and heavy rainfalls would make ...


No. 12 Clemson holds off No. 6 Notre Dame 24-22

October 04, 2015 00:55

CLEMSON - Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns, ran for a third and Clemson's defense stopped DeShone Kizer on a tying two-point conversion as the 12th-ranked Tigers held on to beat No. 6 Notre Dam ...

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