Greenwood’s daily newspaper has rescinded a Freedom of Information Act request to county officials that sought more details about the process used to generate the $87.9 million dollar amount placed on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.


Piedmont Technical College’s push to improve student retention seems to be working, the administration reported at Tuesday’s Area Commission meeting.

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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.

Unlike a typical high school, the John de la Howe school is a state agency and depends on lawmakers’ support to function.

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.