This weekend, channel your inner “happy little trees.” Head on over to Lake Greenwood State Park Saturday at 6 p.m.
The path to reentry starts the moment inmates enter Leath Correctional Institution.
Newly released data shows tens of thousands of student quarantines in the state since the start of the school year, including more than 30,000 last week.
The last candidate to file for the race to fill Steve Brown’s Greenwood County Council seat got his application in about two hours before filing ended.
NINETY SIX — Greenwood County School District 52 discussed COVID-19 protocols from the state health department on Tuesday evening.
A fatal shooting Saturday in Laurens County was in self-defense, and the shooter will not face charges, according to the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office.
A state audit of the Ninety Six Municipal Court system found and reported three issues to the town, and local officials said they’ve addressed the audit’s findings.
Self Regional Healthcare’s new president and CEO will be Dr. Matthew Logan, the hospital’s current vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer.
Another candidate joined the District 5 race on the final day of filing, making a six-way race for the Greenwood County Council seat vacated by the late Steve Brown.
WARE SHOALS — A few dozen firefighters and their families walked down South Greenwood Avenue in Ware Shoals Saturday morning remembering the hundreds of sacrifices made 20 years ago on Sept. 11, 2001.
Greenwood police officers on Saturday arrested a man wanted by authorities in connection with a Labor Day killing that happened at Kream Bistro Lounge in Greenville.
Today marks 20 years from one of the most defining moments in modern American history: the 9/11 terror attacks. We asked readers to share their accounts from that day and beyond. Here are some of their stories:
McCORMICK — Officials at South Carolina’s fledgling governor’s school pointed to a renovation time crunch as the reason for practices that have received intense financial scrutiny and vowed to change going forward.
Two people from Greenwood were arrested Wednesday in Myrtle Beach after police say a man lied about who shot him.