For three days, Greenwood transforms.
Dr. Selynto Anderson has seen firsthand that community health takes more than patients seeing their doctors.
Lock your cars, lock your homes, and get to know your neighbors – just some of the small, but important things the community can do to protect themselves against porch pirates and home intruders.
Abbeville County Coroner Mark Dorn named the man who died Tuesday after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 28 Bypass near the intersection of Highway 72.
Garnering nearly two-thirds of the votes cast, Johanna Bishop won the runoff Tuesday for the Greenwood County Council District 3 Democratic primary.
Mark Warner doesn’t think all roads lead to McCormick when it comes to economic development, but he’s pretty sure an upgraded county airport would provide one route for fostering a vibrant, pro-business environment.
NINETY SIX — After sparse attendance at the start, cooler weather brought crowds to Ninety Six Town Park for the 14th annual South Carolina Festival of Stars.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling Friday, effectively ending constitutional protection for abortion, triggers South Carolina legislation that would ban the practice once a fetal heartbeat has been detected.
McCORMICK — State and nationwide shortages of EMT workers and paramedics have emergency services directors making their own calls for help.
WARE SHOALS — Greenwood School District 51’s board of trustees approved a budget for the 2022-23 school year, but is anticipating the need for amendments after a vote to give raises and having a lack of firm numbers from the state.
Tuesday’s runoff election for the Greenwood County Council Democratic primary will serve as a tie breaker between incumbent Melissa Spencer and challenger Johanna Bishop.
You probably noticed that summer did not pay attention to the calendar. It wasn’t due to arrive until Tuesday, but we all know too well it rolled into town, into the state, days ago.
McCORMICK — County Council took action on several measures Tuesday night in its final meeting of the fiscal year, including the approval of three budgets.
Youth from all across the country are spending one week of their summer break camped out at Greenwood High School as part of a mission trip.