Abbeville police are looking for a man who is on the lam after a traffic stop.
Laurens County deputies are investigating a death that happened Thursday night.
There are parts of South Carolina that feel like a jungle at times, with the lush growth of vines covering everything. Wisteria and kudzu climb and overtake buildings, power poles, and other t…
Thankfully, it looks like our nation finally has COVID-19 under control in spite of hundreds of thousands of people who haven’t taken the pandemic seriously. More than 500,000 people have died…
Beams from the old Sproles Recreation building on Lander University’s campus might find new life in a historically preserved manner.
Jim Medford will lead the Greenwood Workforce Development Task Force under the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce.
A man who escaped officers is back in custody after being captured on top of an Abbeville manufacturing plant.
Laurens County deputies received a baby under Daniel’s Law, a safe haven law that allows mothers to surrender an infant up to 60 days old.
Cast and crew of Greenwood Community Theatre’s 2020 production of “A Raisin in the Sun” have been nominated by Carolina Curtain Call for Upstate Theatre Awards.
McCormick County Schools Superintendent Jaime Hembree provided an update on face-to-face instruction and virtual academy numbers at the school board’s recent meeting.
A Greenwood man is facing charges after a witness told Greenwood County deputies he saw the man force his way into a house and drag a woman out of it, according to a report.
Greenwood County School District 51 will not offer the Distance Learning Academy next year.
NINETY SIX — Online learning isn’t going away, and soon parents of Ninety Six schools’ students will be able to see what virtual classes will look like for next school year.
Health officials paused use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after nearly 7 million doses were administered nationally, but few of those doses have made it to hospitals in Greenwo…
Lander University police arrested a man on allegations he exposed himself to people on campus.
If you have information on any of these missing children, call 911, the local agency or 1-800-THE-LOST.
It wasn’t too many years ago that if one asked about the homeless situation, the quick answer would be that Greenwood doesn’t have a homeless population.