ABBEVILLE — An eyesore could regain majesty.
We’re in the midst of a move, which means we’re picking up every item in our house, evaluating whether we still need it, and even if the answer is “probably not,” shoving it in a box to take up space in our next house.
The Salvation Army and WCRS radio station will host the Virtually Fantastic Radiothon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to raise funds for rent and power assistance.
UNION — Deadline looms at the weekly Union County News, where Graham Williams puts final touches onto one of the thickest editions he will print all year — 28 pages, with a special football section. Readers love high school football.
Hundreds of people packed the Josephine B. Abney Cultural Center at Lander University on Sunday as 42 military service veterans were inducted into the Hall of Heroes.
Kevin Nelson, an engineer with ZF Transmissions, was among the many adults in the science and technology fields who talked with youngsters at the iMAGINE STEAM Festival on Saturday in Uptown Greenwood.
The bottom of a school lunch menu posted on a local district’s website has a message for those reading it: “Menus are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control.”
Paralympian Parker Egbert was the recipient of a surprise proclamation from the city of Greenwood on Friday during a pep rally at Emerald High School.
With Greenwood’s future on their minds, the local legislative delegation and city and county government officials sat down for lunch Friday and a discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing Greenwood County.
Big Oaks Rescue Farm has canceled its barbecue fundraiser after a Facebook post advertising the fundraiser went viral and attracted protestors.
Three years after attending the groundbreaking at Lonza’s facilities, Gov. Henry McMaster returned to Greenwood on Thursday to praise the company for its work honoring and hiring military veterans.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster and Lt. Gov. Panela Evette visited Lonza on Thursday to tour its new veterans lobby and later attend a reelection campaign fundraiser for McMaster. The two stopped to answer a few questions after their visit to Lonza.
What do competition barbecue, music, robots, vintage train cars and local ghost stories have to do with each other? Events featuring these things are all happening this weekend.
NINETY SIX — A handful of extracurricular leaders and parents asked Greenwood School District 52’s trustees not to restrict the days that students can practice, citing competitive disadvantage.
John de la Howe President Tim Keown sent a "vitriolic" email to Frank Dorn that accused him of creating "a hostile work environment and one of paranoia," according to a lawsuit alleging Keown defamed Dorn.