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It’s an unusual plant. No flowers. No roots, but what a green velvety plant. Green moss mystifies me.
Harley is one of those dogs with whom it is simply impossible not to fall in love. Her soulful eyes and sweet face are a perfect reflection of her gentle and loving personality. Harley is a 4-…
Dear Aunty Pam: I’m hoping you have some words of wisdom for me to say to my wife.
McCormick police arrested one person in connection to an early morning shooting that left four injured.
We’ve all got one. Though there might be a few of you who are slow to admit it.
Apologies typically are not fun. They’re certainly necessary at times, no matter how difficult. On Friday, I wrote my third front-page apology to date since joining the IJ nearly 22 years ago.
If you’re feeling stir crazy because of months of pandemic-related confinement to your home or hometown, there will be a day soon when travel will feel safe and comfortable again.
Paul has commandeered what has long been affectionately known as “the Unabomber Shack,” which served as my radio studio for years, and turned it into a wood workshop.
Four candidates have filed so far to run for seats on school boards in Ninety Six and Ware Shoals. Filing ends at noon Tuesday.
One thing that makes most horticulturists cringe is the practice of needlessly topping a tree. The elegant crape myrtle is often a victim.
A Greenwood woman ran out of a convenience store when she realized she was the city’s third resident to win $300,000 in the past month.