Starting 7 p.m. today, with the smooth saxophone playing of Steven Galloway, you can enjoy nightly concerts by Greenwood area musicians participating in the #TeamGreenwoodMusic livestreams on the Facebook page: Until further notice.
Scientists offered more evidence Wednesday that the coronavirus is spread by seemingly healthy people who show no clear symptoms, and the federal government issued new guidance warning that anyone exposed to the disease can be considered a carrier.
Young World Day Care closed after one of its employees tested positive for the new coronavirus, the Clinton child care facility said Wednesday in a press release posted to Facebook.
Self Regional Healthcare patients can now see their doctor without having to go to the doctor’s office.
State health officials announced 210 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday as the fast-spreading respiratory virus is connected to four more deaths in the state.
Tax payments for area governments could be in jeopardy because of business closures from the new coronavirus pandemic. But, most believe they will weather the storm.
The South Carolina National Guard has been activated to assist SCDHEC in loading and transporting personal protective equipment to all the counties of South Carolina.
Eight weeks ago, Piedmont Technical College President Ray Brooks’s administration foresaw the coronavirus pandemic spreading onto, or near, its campuses and leading to the suspension of face-to-face instruction — something that proved correct, with the college announcing on March 20 that stu…
Greenwood County’s lake access points are closed in response to an order issued Monday by Gov. Henry McMaster to shut down all beaches and public boat ramps and access points.
Niria Abadia of Uptown Greenwood’s Buenavista Latin Cafe said she misses seeing her regulars and they miss salsa dancing on Fridays, karaoke and the food and drink reminiscent of the Caribbean.
Two employees at Self Regional Medical Center have tested positive for COVID-19 and the hospital has taken steps to prevent others from getting sick.
In an order shuttering specified non-essential businesses at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Gov. Henry McMaster listed out a number of business types in three categories: entertainment venues and facilities; recreational and athletic facilities and activities; and close-contact service providers.
South Carolina now has more than 1,000 reported cases of the new coronavirus, a fast-spreading respiratory illness that has killed thousands worldwide.
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers with the 59th Troop Command, South Carolina National Guard, and U.S. Air National Guard Airmen with the 169th Logistics Readiness Squadron, South Carolina National Guard, load personal protective equipment and other supplies March 20, 2020 to be transported …
South Carolina’s National Guard members have been called into action to help combat the spread of COVID-19 after Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order this past week.
While some states are under stay-at-home orders and are having businesses forced to close in response to the coronavirus, nearly every day in Greenwood there’s a crowd of cars parked outside the Lowe’s home improvement store.
All South Carolina pre-K-12 school, public college, university and technical college students are in the midst of adjusting to online instruction during the coronavirus pandemic. South Carolina Connections Academy, a K-12 education program that offers virtual learning from home, offered home…
Administrators at Erskine College had hoped students could return to Due West, enjoy spring days in hammocks on the mall, resume in-person classes and finish the year by celebrating another graduating class.
As part of Gov. Henry McMaster’s executive order Saturday, he required emergency dispatchers to ask 911 callers whether they or others at their location have symptoms of COVID-19.
State health officials announced two more people died of the novel coronavirus and South Carolina had 151 new cases, the highest daily tally to date.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted the College Board and Educational Testing Service to cancel all nationwide examinations — including the ACT, SAT and English proficiency tests.
Before filing closed at noon Monday, more than 1,000 candidates statewide put their names in to run for office. Here are those who filed to seek a partisan seat in the Lakelands:
Investigators are looking into a string of shootings in the Country Homes subdivision that have left bullet holes strewn in vehicles and buildings.