Burton Center celebrated the dedication of the Fujifilm Inclusive and Accessible Reflecting Pond yesterday in the Sensory Park. The 1.5 acre pond will provide a place for rest, relaxation and fishing for those with disabilities and special needs as well as their families. "Fujifilm and Burto…

In-state cadets will be paying less for their 2019-20 tuition at The Citadel than originally projected. The Citadel Board of Visitors (BOV) finalized tuition rates for the upcoming academic year at their meeting on June 15. The decision included a tuition increase of 0.8% for in-state cadets…

The fear of loss was a common theme in the winning essays of Piedmont Technical College’s annual English Department Writing Contest. The anxieties, both deeply human and understandable, have vastly different origins. One, through personal storytelling, addresses the fear of death and contemp…

Thirteen children participated in Camp Porcupine for diabetic children June 10-14 at the Greenwood YMCA. Mara Schwartz, Self Regional Certified Diabetes Educator, SRH staff members, pharmacy students from Presbyterian College, and the Lions Clubs of Greenwood, Mathews and Abbeville partnered…

Thanks to state and federal financial aid, local Promise programs, and a thriving Foundation scholarship program, 70 percent of students attending Piedmont Technical College (PTC) are able to attend tuition-free. Now, a new South Carolina scholarship is poised to make the cost of attending t…

On behalf of the American Legion Golf tournament committee, we want to thank all of the Hole Sponsors, Golf Players, The Golf Course at Star Fort, and the many volunteers for their work and participation in the 2019 American Legion Post 20 Golf Tournament.

Franklin Cloninger, general manager at Triangle True Value Hardware and Rental in Greenwood, South Carolina, was recently named one of the independent hardware industry’s seven 2019 Young Retailer of the Year honorees by the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA).

It makes perfect sense that 25-year-old Grateful Dead fan Vincent Bell would enroll at Harvard University this summer to study business. The former Piedmont Technical College (PTC) student can only applaud a band that very successfully deployed one of the most unconventional business plans i…

David Tompkins, Greenwood Market Executive for Countybank; Wells Dunlap, Commercial Relationship Manager for Countybank; and Chris Hammett, Corporate Security Officer for Countybank, recently presented a check for $500 to Next Level Fitness. The donation was given on behalf of the Countybank…