Never judge someone on where they’re from.
Emma Cockrell, a junior at Emerald High School, has always been a picky eater.
Stephanie Tellock picked over items displayed Saturday on a large table at the Greenwood Flea Market, settling on a small stuffed dog and a bath toy for her 3-year-old son, Eastyn.
Lander University continues to address concerns made public by the state Office of Inspector General after its probe of the university’s Foundation in 2017.
As the sun drew low Friday over Uptown Greenwood, a ray shot across the manicured Veterans Center grounds and onto the smiling face of Katie Shook.
Natalie Talbert, second-in-command at the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Office, is stepping down to take a newly created position in Greenwood County School District 50.
Greenwood’s daily newspaper has rescinded a Freedom of Information Act request to county officials that sought more details about the process used to generate the $87.9 million dollar amount placed on 2016 ballots as part a capital project sales tax initiative.
Students from around the Lakelands got a chance to meet representatives from the region’s businesses at the annual Greenwood Regional Industry Showcase this week.
Amid news reports that a seventh person has died in the U.S. from complications related to vaping and a national push to ban flavored e-cigarettes and vaping products in response to hundreds of cases of breathing illnesses, Cornerstone had a luncheon Wednesday to teach about vaping.
It’s time to start the change, and Greenwood native and radio personality Stevie Jones is bringing people together for an event he hopes will spark transformation in the community.
A prominent Upstate anti-gun activist is opposing efforts by Greenwood’s Black Lives Matter chapter to implement a firearm buyback program, saying it creates too many opportunities for criminals to dispose of evidence.
For years, Clay Sprouse, a professor at Piedmont Technical College, has watched students who had yet to earn their high school diplomas walk across a graduation stage to accept their associate degrees.
One of America’s largest power companies — which includes more than 600,000 Upstate customers — plans to zero out its carbon emissions by 2050, its CEO announced Tuesday.
A 2.4 magnitude earthquake shook parts of McCormick County and surrounding areas at about 7 a.m. Monday, according to an email from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Two candidates have emerged so far in an election to fill the unexpired term of McCormick County school board member James Bernard Moss, who died last month.