An obscenity said in private by a Greenwood police captain sparked a Greenville activist to call for the officer’s removal — but Police Chief Gerald Brooks said that won’t be necessary because he’s learned his lesson.
A driver hit multiple cars at three different intersections at about 5:30 p.m., officials said, causing property damage but no life-threatening injuries.
Problems at a Duke Energy substation left thousands without power for hours Monday morning, but, by the afternoon, service had been restored.
An affordable housing development in Greenwood is winding its way toward fruition, but not without protest from some neighbors.
There were a variety of Christmas-related events Saturday in Uptown Greenwood, capped by the lighting of the tree. The Uptown Market offered plenty of wares, and kids could make their own crafts with Crafts with Mrs. Claus at The Museum. Kids also could get their picture taken with Santa at …
Curbside recycling is in danger of no longer being profitable or remaining a feasible option to get rid of waste – not just Greenwood, but all cities in America.
Two recent house fires in Greenwood brought American Red Cross volunteers out to offer help to the occupants of the damaged homes, according to news releases and reports.
More than 1,500 Duke Energy customers were without power this morning, but employees at the utility were able to reroute and restore power while repairs are made to faulty equipment, said Theo Lane, Duke government and community relations district manager.
The Greenwood Genetic Center and the Medical University of South Carolina signed an affiliation agreement to expand their relationship. Patient accessibility to high quality, coordinated and cost-effective genetic services is a primary objective between both entities.
Greenwood Mayor Brandon Smith thanked city employees for an exceptional year of service by hosting a cookout in Calhoun Mays Reception Hall at the Arts Center.
After days spent in court presenting their case, on Thursday prosecutors stood in court as retired Circuit Court Judge Brooks Goldsmith called their case “mere speculation.”
After a trial that spanned more than two weeks, the six men had the chance to celebrate their freedom more than a year after police made their first arrests in this case. Shyheim Alston, Shyheim Freeman, Shyheim Reed, Narkevious Reid, Isaiah Whatley and Antonio Williams Jr. each hugged their…
The fellowship hall of First Baptist Church of Greenwood looks like a winter wonderland with lavishly decorated and pre-lit trees and wreaths. It’s all for the major fundraiser supporting Hospice and Palliative Care of the Piedmont in Greenwood, the 2019 Festival of Trees.
Greenwood County deputies say they are investigating what they think was an attempted murder after someone was found unconscious near U.S. 178.
Keli Fewox has been named Piedmont Technical College's next vice president of academic affairs, replacing Jack Bagwell who is now president of College of the Albemarle.
Nick Nichols, whose service in the Laurens County Coroner’s Office spanned decades, died Monday during his fifth term as coroner after an extended illness. The 76-year-old Democrat was well-respected among his peers. Here are some thoughts shared by officials in emails and on social media:
Greenwood City Council heard the first reading of the proposed 2020 annual budget, which carries a general fund budget of $16.4 million, a 2.45% increase from last year’s 2019 budget.
Five-year-old Da’Moni Simpkins was involved in a near fatal accident on Halloween night, one that put him in a coma in a Greenville hospital.
Nick Nichols was smiling, laughing and looking good Monday morning, but, by the afternoon, the five-term Laurens County coroner had died, according to Chief Deputy Coroner Vickie Cheek.