NEWBERRY — Ever since Peggy Barnes-Winder was a child, her parents instilled in her the importance of having good work ethics, getting a good education and being kind to people, regardless of how they treated her.
NEWBERRY — Sharing the African culture through soul and art, the Afro-rock jamb band from Kenya, Jabali Afrika brought their enthusiasm for music and dance to the Alumni Music Center's stage on Feb. 17 for an equally enthusiastic Newberry...
NEWBERRY — Aveleigh Fellowship of Presbyterians, 1211 Calhoun St. in Newberry held “The Seven Penitential Psalms: A Litany for the Burning of the Palms” on Feb. 17.
Prosperity-Rikard Elementary School recently named its Life Skills Leaders for the month of January. Shown are, front row from the left, Cassidy Johnson, Peyton Kingsmore, and Riley Peel. Back row are Halle Koon, Kanozji Edwards, and Makayla...
NEWBERRY — Boys Farm built a new cottage on its 300-acre campus about eight years ago, and today they are expanding again with the addition of Toby's Cottage, named in memory of William Tobin “Toby” Cassels.
NEWBERRY — A seminar for the National Rifle Association's Refuse To Be a Victim crime prevention program will be conducted at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1605 Main St., from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. March 7.
PROSPERITY — After signing on the dotted line, Mid-Carolina High School student Danton Hyman declared his intent to play baseball at Newberry College. Family and friends of Hyman celebrated the occasion Wednesday in MCHS's Media...
NEWBERRY — Newberry County Council received its annual review from Mike Briggs, CEO of the Central South Carolina Alliance, for an economic update.
NEWBERRY — Prosperity resident Dan Van Buren is working with the grassroots organization known as Convention of States, dedicated to getting South Carolina legislators to call a Convention of States that could create amendments to limit the...
Prosperity Rikard recently named its 'Awesome Authors' for the month of January. Shown are, front row, Campbell Nolting, Sabrina Weng, and Emily Anderson. Back row are Kimberly Graham, Murray Johnson, and Amber Hughes.
COLUMBIA — Kraft Foods took top honors in its category at the United Way of the Midlands Community Leaders Awards ceremony.
Meet “Scooby.” He is a Rotty/Hound mix, 10 months old, and loves kids and other animals. He is leash trained and heartworm negative. Scooby is very sweet and loves to play. He would do wonderful in a home with lots of room to run and play.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Members of the Whitmire Community School Royal Regiment Marching Band became stars of their own Disney show on Feb. 14 when they entertained resort guests at Epcot.
CAYCE — SCE&G is advising customers to conserve energy where possible and to unplug non-essential appliances and devices during the hours of 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. Friday.
WHITMIRE — Galen Roche wants to use his new role as a member on Whitmire's Town Council to better the town as a whole.
NEWBERRY — Wesley Palmore has been named the 2014 Larry Bragg Deputy of the Year.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — AAA Carolinas offers the following tips for driving in and preparing your home for potentially icy conditions:Driving on ice
COLUMBIA — S.C. Department of Transportation employees, particularly in the Upstate of South Carolina, began anti-icing pretreating operations on Feb. 15 while crews in other parts of the state remained on standby.
SILVERSTREET — Trinity AME Church fell victim to Winter Storm Pax on Feb. 13, 2014, when the building's roof caved in because of the weight of the ice and snow.
NEWBERRY — Fire Chief Keith Minick and Captain Gene Shealy with the Newberry Fire Department updated City Council on their progress with recruitment and retention last week.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — Newberry County officials teamed up to maintain smooth operations Tuesday after a winter storm left most of the county covered in ice and many without power.
NEWBERRY — Newberry natives and tourists alike will soon see an improvement to the city's website, according to Scott Sawyer, director of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism for the city.
NEWBERRY — Master Deputy Sherry Scott has been awarded the 2014 Deacon Livingston Award by the Newberry County Sheriff's Office.
NEWBERRY — For 30 years the people involved with the Newberry County Humane Society have dedicated themselves to protecting the animals that cannot protect themselves.
NEWBERRY — The city of Newberry will host a Park Improvement Meeting on Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers to gather public input related to planned improvements to Dr. Ulysses S. Gallman Park.