Divers found a body in Lake Greenwood during the search for a missing boater.
WARE SHOALS — Greenwood County School District 51’s school board is up from four to five members, as one member departed the board last month and two took the oath of office on Monday.
People who need food shouldn’t feel uncomfortable asking for help — at the Food Bank of Greenwood County, Executive Director Andrea White wants to keep the kind of atmosphere that doesn’t scare away people in need.
About 1,800 Greenwood CPW customers on the east side of the city were without power at about 7 p.m. Monday, according to General Manager Jeff Meredith. By about 9 p.m., all power had been restored.
In a new report, the South Carolina inspector general’s office said the fledging governor’s school for agriculture near McCormick violated state purchasing laws, and that school employees need ethics training.
A Clinton man died after being struck by a vehicle overnight along Interstate 26 in Lexington County near the 114 mile marker, officials announced Sunday morning.
The state Department of Natural Resources dive team will continue recovery efforts this morning for a person suspected of drowning in Lake Greenwood, near the Grand Harbor area.
Step one of “get your foot in the door” is done for many in the manufacturing and health care fields after two job fairs this week at Piedmont Technical College.
The air is abuzz with bees an birds in the Ninety Six Mill Village, where a blossoming community flower garden is playing home to all manner of pollinators.
Weeds can be the bane of home gardeners and multi-hundred-acre farmers, and herbicides of all kinds are marketed to help keep lawns healthy and unwanted plants dead.
There was a buzz around Greenwood County on Thursday. It emanated from the county’s public schools, which welcomed students back from summer.
Checkered, patriotic patterns draped over the shoulders of six U.S. military veterans Sunday at Laurel Baptist Church, as church members honored these veterans with Quilts of Valor.
Lander University is growing — and has been growing — in student population, in degrees offered and in physical footprint.
It’s not easy to pinpoint why COVID-19 case numbers are climbing again in South Carolina, but state health officials are pushing efforts to influence those who are unvaccinated to get their shots.