A Greenwood County resident was bitten by a rabid fox this past week in an area near Lake Greenwood, state officials said on Tuesday.
The State Law Enforcement Division is investigating allegations of workplace abuse in Honea Path, where 49-year-old sanitation worker Richard Smith died after he was caught under a garbage truck his colleague was driving.
A Honea Path city employee was backing a sanitation truck down Pitts Street on Thursday morning as two workers, one on each side of the street, walked alongside him picking up trash and tossing it into the truck.
Donning white coats and safety goggles, Ashlea Willis and Mae Furman peered down the lens of a microscope in a Greenwood Genetic Center diagnostic laboratory, spotting a strand of chromosomes atop the glass plate just under their eyes.
Greenwood County School District 50’s incoming superintendent will earn less than his predecessor, but he will still be the highest-paid school district chief in the Lakelands when he begins on July 1.
A Greenwood County resident is undergoing medical evaluation after being potentially exposed to rabies by a fox that tested positive for the disease, state health officials said on Monday.
A new look for Greenwood’s tourism campaign, emerging partnerships with local schools and enhanced curb appeal in front of Uptown businesses is giving city officials confidence that this year’s America in Bloom contest could be more successful than ever.
Countless books, essays, articles and more have sought to answer parents’ questions about how to raise their children, but several fathers surveyed by the Index-Journal over the weekend had the same advice: Listen to and make time for your children.
NINETY SIX — Steve Glenn has gone the extra mile to help students under his watch over the years. But there was one — “Oh, he had a motor that would run,” Glenn said. “Gosh almighty, he was such a good player. And his heart was good.”
With sharp, clean lines and a minimalist approach to design, the look of the magazine “Art Mill” is as deliberate and expressive as the art works depicted in it.
A panel of top nuclear storage experts offered mixed views to a congressional panel on Thursday regarding the viability of Yucca Mountain as a preferred site for the waste.
Judy York and Joyce Lail grew up together. They have since moved and had children and grandchildren. They live almost 100 miles apart. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get together to dance and catch up every now and again.
Greenwood’s NFL products, D.J. Swearinger of the Arizona Cardinals and Josh Norman of the Washington Redskins, made appearances in Greenwood last summer — about the same time multiple shootings had rocked the community.
Five Southeastern lawmakers — including U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan — are pressing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for more information after the agency announced last week a massive rate hike for development permits along waterways in their districts.
Red, for hardness and valor; white, for purity and innocence; and blue, representing vigilance, perseverance and justice — the American flag is a representation of the ideals that define the nation.
Nothing beats the summer heat like donning a thick, revolutionary war-era battle coat — but today’s event at the Ninety Six National Historic Site offers exactly that.
Walmart and a state consumer watchdog group are asking South Carolina energy regulators to reject a petition by Duke Energy seeking to have its proposed rate hike package considered anew.
People of every age and from every corner of Greenwood flooded Uptown Market, where ELoveation closed out the Uptown Live Spring Concert Series with a suite of R&B classics Friday night as the sun set on the public square off Maxwell Avenue.
Louise Aikens was certified as the next representative of Abbeville City Council’s District 1 after vote tallies did not change from a recount Friday morning.
Though registration is still months away, candidates are already gearing up to run for the office of Greenwood County’s top cop.
With steep increases for real estate licenses on two Upstate lakes ready to take hold next year, U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan says his efforts to squash them were defeated by his Democratic colleagues.