Two people were killed and one other person was transported with life-threatening injuries in a single vehicle accident in Saluda County.
According to SCHP, three people were traveling south on Long Road in a 2007 Chevy pickup when it left the road and struck a tree. The accident occurred shortly after 10 p.m. Monday night. SCHP trooper reported that no person was wearing seatbelts at the...
As she walked off campus way back on her first day of classes at Piedmont Technical College, graduation speaker Noel Johnson of Greenwood, pondered this question: “What could I accomplish if I took every opportunity I was given ― even if I failed?” she said. “That’s when I decided I wanted to be the best student I could be.”
Laurens County Sheriff deputies responded to a shooting call around 3 a.m. this morning. The call came from a residence on Walker Ave, Laurens. When officers arrived, they found one deceased victim of a gunshot wounds.
Sheriff says there is no immediate danger to the public and that they are investigating the incident. They should have more information later today.
The SC Festival of Flowers is bringing back the Flower of the Year Art Competition as a part of its 53rd annual SC Festival of Flowers celebration in Greenwood, SC. According to Festival Chair, Lisa Sanders, the Festival’s Steering Committee selected the Hydrangea as the 2020 Flower of the Year. This flower was featured during the 2006 Festival by artist Tina M. Smith.
Lander University President Richard Cosentino has been elected chair of the Peer Review Advisory Board of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
The Peer Review Advisory Board provides assistance to SACSCOC and its staff on a wide range of topics bearing upon the evaluation process by keeping the commission apprised of issues raised and constructive suggestions offered by member institutions.
This position is only the latest addition to the president’s extensive resume of professional development. Cosentino is also a member of the South Carolina Department of Commerce’s Coordinating Council for Workforce Development, and serves as the Vice President of the Peach Belt Conference.
A Newberry man will spend a decade behind bars after being convicted Thursday afternoon for the sixth time on a charge of domestic violence, 8th Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo announced.
John Henry Davenport Jr., 39, of Newberry, was found guilty by a Newberry County jury of first-degree domestic violence. The jury deliberated less than an hour before returning the guilty verdict. Circuit Judge Craig Brown sentenced Davenport to 10 years in prison, the maximum sentence allowed under state law for first-degree domestic violence.
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