Ryan Thomas is a self-described small government nerd — he reads all he can about small government, and on his drive to work he listens to podcasts highlighting the inner-workings of governments throughout the country.
When Stephen Shenal learned he would get the chance to enjoy a daddy-daughter dance with his daughter Ryleigh, he was over the moon — but even more satisfaction came, he said, when he saw other families like his coming out to enjoy the same thing.
A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect until 4:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
It was hard for Charlotte Cabri to contain her excitement, looking around Saturday at Magnolia Park at all the families that had come out to the Family Fun Day event, hosted by the Greenwood Diversity Group.
Under a banner of their iconic green and gold, the Greenwood High School class of 1969 gathered Saturday at Inn on the Square to celebrate their 50th reunion.
In a blow to Duke Energy, state regulators last week declined to reconsider the most substantive element of their decision in a rate hike case that the Charlotte-based utility contested.
A new, state-funded scholarship designed to boost the number of technical college graduates in “critical” fields and from low-income backgrounds could help some students at Piedmont Technical College pay tuition this fall.
McCORMICK — State lawmakers were at the John de la Howe school Thursday morning for a tour of the campus, an opportunity, interim President Sharon Wall said, to showcase the school’s progress under her watch and build support in the state legislature.
A South Carolina Educational Television film crew paid Kickers a visit Thursday afternoon to shoot footage for a new series on restaurants around the state.
If there’s any doubt how much being a part of America in Bloom means to Greenwood’s tourism and marketing officials, Nikki Springer can answer those questions.
Two years after signing into law a measure that made major changes to the state’s open records policy — including requiring a fee schedule to let people know the costs of producing records — just 13 out of 35 government agencies have done so.
James Lawton was sitting in his kitchen Thursday afternoon when he heard the crack of the huge water oak in his yard collapsing on his house. He said he's thankful he wasn't hurt when it fell, and here he describes what he saw and heard when it happened.
As cleanup efforts swept through the southern part of Greenwood County on Friday, crews found a dozen buildings had been damaged by falling trees and limbs, and two roads will remain closed through the weekend.
The roots of the S.C. Festival of Flowers are the flowers themselves, and on Saturday they’ll be on full display during the garden tours.
Newspapers are known as the first drafts of history. But today’s edition is the final one for a quiet legend of South Carolina’s print industry.
The Columbia-based deli chain Groucho’s Deli is making its way to Greenwood, according to a post on the “Grouncho’s Deli (Greenwood, SC)” Facebook page.
With tensions mounting between the United States and Iran, federal lawmakers from South Carolina are ramping up the rhetoric but said they’re hopeful the two nations can avoid an armed conflict.
Thunderstorms battered parts of Greenwood County and other areas of the Lakelands on Thursday, leaving downed power lines, trees, limbs and other debris in roadways — and in some cases, blocking them completely.
The whole state is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 10 p.m. amid hazardous weather affecting the southeastern United States, according to the National Weather Service.
A Greenwood developer behind Break on the Lake – whose name is attached to an environmental permit regulating construction of a much larger venture – is seeking relief from state regulators, saying his portion of the work has been completed.