South Carolina recorded its highest number of daily deaths linked to COVID-19 yet on Wednesday, with 24 confirmed deaths and four probable deaths. Among the confirmed deaths were two Laurens C…
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Art Bush, a Greenwood CPW commissioner, will take on the role of interim CEO of the Greenwood Partnership Alliance on a voluntary basis.
Santa Fe Mexican Grill in Greenwood closed its inside dining room last week because an employee started exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms.
As health officials plead with the public to wear masks when they leave their homes, social media has brimmed with mask-related commentary.
A Gray Court man is facing state charges after an investigation discovered he had child sex abuse material, according to a news release from the state Attorney General’s office.
A story published on page 2A of Wednesday’s edition contained an error. The Self Regional Healthcare-sponsored testing event at Ninety Six Primary School happened Tuesday. The next available t…
Cashiers Kamryn Ashley and Sherry Redmond were having a rough day working at Big Lots at 339 Bypass 72 NW on Friday because of the high humidity in the building. Ashley said the protective mas…
It wasn’t her event to plan.
State officials have maintained a consistent message over recent months: residents should listen to state and federal health agencies to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Racial tensions right now are troubling to Cynthia M. Gary, a physician assistant who lives in North Carolina. She grew up in Greenwood and graduated from Greenwood High School.
A legendary, trailblazing figure in the Greenwood community was laid to rest Friday.
Chris Kneece, Lee Wilson, Renee Pridgen and the other specialists and technicians in Greenwood County School District 50’s Computing Services Department like to fly behind the scenes, said Zac…
Cars were lined up Tuesday at the front of Lakeview Elementary School as parents arrived to pick up crayons, markers, pencils, paper, glue, books and other summer school supplies for their children.
Piedmont Technical College will be one of the five newly added two-year schools to partner with The Citadel to help students earn full four-year business degrees by way of the Tommy and Victor…