Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Ayden Meyer of Greenwood, SC, announce the engagement of their daughter Ann Montgomery Meyer of Charleston, SC, to Thomas Michael Lisante II of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.
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Hillary Elizabeth Coursey of Greenwood, SC, and Charles Edward Childress III of Greenwood, SC, were united in marriage at 6 p.m. on May 29, 2021 at First Baptist Church in Greenwood, SC.
Miss Rachel Caroline Darby and Mr. Joyner Christopher Bousquet were united in marriage at six o’clock in the evening on Saturday, June 19th, 2021, at Main Street United Methodist Church in Greenwood, SC. Pastor Brian Pitts, of Birmingham, AL, officiated the ceremony.
The College of Arts and Humanities at Lander University in Greenwood is hosting an entire season of free and open to the public fine arts events this academic year.
Abbeville Artist Guild is inviting the community to participate in its Hide and Seek Art event in downtown Abbeville, beginning at 10 a.m. Sept. 18.
No salt. Low salt. This is a mantra for one Upstate man after a heart attack and two strokes prompted him to create barbecue seasoning that fits into heart-healthy nutrition guidelines.
September is here. People love the Fall season. Football season, leaves changing, the best weather of the year, and finally the kids are out of the house and going back to school; ahh yes, to me the most wonderful time of the year.
Lower Long Cane Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church will celebrate its homecoming at 11 a.m. Sept. 19. This marks the 250th year since the organization of the church.
Appreciation month Mt. Moriah Baptist Church kicks off September as Pastor Raymond and First Lady Josephine Adams’ appreciation month. The couple will be celebrating 35 years of service to their members and congregation. There will be a celebratory teleconference at 10 a.m. Sept. 19. There w…
Your perennials might be trying to tell you something. Have they been producing smaller flowers than last year? Are the plants so crowded that the foliage is beginning to look poor? Did the center of the planting die back? If you have noticed these signs, it might be time to divide these plants.
Editor’s note — This will be the last column by Laura Beth Brooks for the foreseeable future as Brooks is taking a column hiatus to focus on her long-held desire and dream to write a book. While we and readers will miss her monthly contributions, we are excited for her and have no doubt a fo…
Longtime Greenwood Soup Kitchen volunteer Roxy Fawcett talks about how the Empty Bowls fundraiser works to raise money to feed local hungry. Volunteers at different bowl-making events help area potters, woodworkers and basket-weavers create some of the hundreds of handmade bowls needed each …
If you need a day at the Spa-Dee-Dah, or at least a good dose of Southern comedy, don’t miss the live stage production “Hallelujah Girls” opening at Greenwood Community Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Friday.