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Mill House makes first batch of beer

Sometimes you just have to do it yourself.

As craft beer becomes more and more popular across the country, it was only a matter of time until Greenwood picked up a few suds never sold in town before.



Northside Middle PTO president shaves her head

Tammy Gravley said she's known for going above and beyond, but she might have topped herself this time.

Gravley, Northside Middle School's Parent Teacher Organization president, had her head shaved Th ...

Mullis challenging Duncan for U.S. House seat

Spanning nine counties and nearly 5,000 square miles, the 3rd Congressional District of the South Carolina House of Representatives is vast.

Outside of the two main commercial hubs in Anderson and Gre ...

Drowning ruled accidental

The death of the man who drowned in Lake Greenwood while trying to retrieve his wayward fishing boat has been ruled accidental.

John Robert Mabrey Jr., 52, of 212 Trotters Eight, died Wednesday mornin ...


Dist. 12 race focuses on community

A local business owner will be representing Greenwood and McCormick counties in the South Carolina House of Representatives for the next two years.

Democratic incumbent District 12 Rep. Anne Parks wil ...


Greenwood man drowns in Lake Greenwood

The body of a Greenwood man believed to have drowned while trying to retrieve his wayward fishing boat on Lake Greenwood on Wednesday morning has been found.

Greenwood County Coroner Sonny Cox pronoun ...


Divers look for victim in Lake Greenwood

The search for a Greenwood man who is believed to have drowned while trying to retrieve his wayward fishing boat on Lake Greenwood off Trotters Eight has gone into its third hour. 
Law enforcemen ...


Injured dog recovering well

The dog that was injured when her throat was slashed on Oct. 18 is recovery well, says Karen Pettay of the Humane Society of Greenwood.

"When Bella arrived to the shelter she was wearing a large white ...


5:15 p.m. update: Gas leak puts out 225 residents

Greenwood Commissioners of Public Works and emergency crews were called to a natural gas leak at the intersection of Jordan Street and Parker Avenue on Tuesday morning.

The leak appeared to have occu ...


Dictionary donations a worthwhile project

November 01, 2014 04:00

A kid growing up in the early 2000s could not have imagined having a virtual world in his or her hands.

At the age of 8 or 9, his younger siblings today find smartphones and tablets a familiar, comfort ...


Kesler leading Lander in key matchup

November 01, 2014 04:00

Goals have been a little hard to come by for the Lander University women's soccer team this season.

The Bearcats boast an 8-2-4 record, but in both losses, they were shut out. Three of those four ties ...

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Whose rules are you playing by?

November 01, 2014 04:00

My 5-year-old granddaughter has come up with her own surefire formula for success: If you want to win every time, play games you make up yourself.

I stopped by to visit my grandkids recently and Edda c ...