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Superheroes swoop in to kick start United Way campaign

Fog crept between the tables and legs of local business people and nonprofits at Greenwood’s Fire Station 1 mid-day Monday, only to be disturbed by two superheroes sweeping in for a big announce ...


Coaches jab each other at Touchdown Club

When football coaches get together, one can rest assured that there will be some kidding, ribbing and out-and-out jabs thrown throughout the night.

At the Greenwood Touchdown Club's annual "Coaches Me ...


Four arrested after gun threat at school

What started as a schoolyard fight in Abbeville escalated off campus to a point where a gun was drawn.

"City and county law enforcement, plus school officials, are dedicated to making this school as s ...


Lander looks to build on promising 2014 season

A promising start to the 2014 season did not wind up that way for the Lander University women's soccer team.

The Bearcats were undefeated in their first seven games, putting together a record of 4-0-3 ...


Two charged with trafficking heroin

Roderick Antonia Moss, 27, of 115 Independence Way, Greenwood and Olivia Nicole Ghent, 38, of 105 Jasmine Court, Greenwood were arrested Friday by the Greenwood County Drug Enforcement Unity and charg ...


Greenville contractor to build McCormick spec building

Yeargin Potter Smith Construction of Greenville has been awarded the project to design and build McCormick County's new speculative building.

County administrator Columbus Stephens said there were man ...


Dry summer leads to expanding drought

Just a little more than three months ago, all of South Carolina had abundant rainfall. Now a moderate drought has spread across two-thirds of the state, according to federal officials.

The dry, hot su ...


Volunteering gives Sperry purpose

Greenwood Hospice Store volunteer Frances Sperry said her time there each week gives her purpose and helped her work through the death of her spouse.

A daughter, Wendy, encouraged Sperry to volunteer ...

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As U.S. debt climbs, talk of a tipping point

August 31, 2015 04:00

As former Illinois Republican Sen. Everett Dirksen is credited with saying, "A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking real money." Roughly 50 years later, the federal government ...


Saluda's Brooks proves he's 'back to normal'

September 01, 2015 00:49

Malik Brooks felt he and his teammates had something to prove Friday night against Ridge Spring-Monetta.

After all, it was the first game of the 2015 football season for Saluda High School, and it was ...

Should government email addresses found in the Ashley Madison data dump be made public?
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Ninety Six garage brings vintage vibe to modern hot rods

August 30, 2015 00:01

As Chris Ryan runs his hands along her gentle curves, his passion for her becomes apparent. He loves his Golden Empress.

At Ryan's Rod and Kustom, he and his crew work in their garage to make car-love ...