NEWBERRY — The Newberry Police Department has released the incident report and arrest warrants from a homicide by child abuse case that led to the death of 3-year-old Gabriel McArdle.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — Wightman United Methodist Church completed its eighth annual W.A.R.M. Project the last two days of 2014, working on 18 homes in Newberry County that were in need of some type repair or addition the homeowner couldn't...
NEWBERRY — Theresa Halfacre, volunteer coordinator for Hospice Tri-County in Newberry, recently gained a new face to help her on her endeavors: Mr. Bean Halfacre, a predominantly Japanese Chin mixed breed puppy certified as a pet therapy...
PROSPERITY — The Prosperity community is showing its support for Wafik “Tony” Eshaak, owner of Roma's House of Pizza, after an accident left him with severe burns.
PROSPERITY — The Season of Sharing program is a tradition for the student body at Mid-Carolina High School. This year's Season of Sharing can food drive began on Nov.5, and ended Nov. 25.
NEWBERRY — Kick off the new year with some healthy habits!The Newberry City Police Department is partnering with the YMCA to host a Community Health Event on Jan. 6 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The Mid-Carolina High School Concert Band held their Christmas Concert on Dec. 3 at the Newberry Opera House.
Wightman United Methodist Church held its eighth annual Weatherization and Repair Ministry (WARM) project on Dec. 30 and Dec. 31. More pictures and a full write-up will be in Monday's edition of The Newberry Observer.
Congratulations to MCHS November Students of the Month: Kaseem Copeland, Aubrey Richardson, Audrey Harper Shipp, and Meagan Wise.
NEWBERRY — Newberry County, in its soon to be 230-year history, has suffered natural disasters, been the site of military battles and has had a multitude of industries set up shop.
NEWBERRY — An Enoree woman and her live-in boyfriend are scheduled to be back in court in Newberry on Feb. 13 following their arraignment on charges of homicide by child abuse.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — Newberry County welcomed new faces and said goodbye to familiar faces, worked through crimes, and experienced new things in 2014. Here is a look back at the top 10 stories that made headlines in 2014:
With Baby Boomers aging, there is an increased need for health care but not as fast of an increase of available physicians. That's where physician assistants come in.
NEWBERRY County — Tonight many Newberry County residents will be ringing in the new year with fireworks, parties and watching the ball drop. While everyone is celebrating the coming 2015, many people should consider one thing,...
NEWBERRY — The Rotary Club of Newberry hosted a Christmas party for children of Thornwell Children's Home and the Boy's Farm on Dec. 12. There were 29 children in attendance that were excited to receive a gift from Santa.
NEWBERRY — For many the beginning of the new year will be an excuse to eat good food, drink champagne and let go of the past. But many people might not realize it is not just about celebrating the start of the new year, but something that is...
NEWBERRY — A woman and her live-in boyfriend are in jail this morning on charges of homicide by child abuse in connection with the death of her 3-year-old son while local and state investigators continue to piece together what led to the...
NEWBERRY — Theia Darion McArdle and Richard Frank Vermon Bowman were charged Tuesday afternoon with homicide by child abuse in the death of Gabriel McArdle, 3, of Enoree.
NEWBERRY — Newberry was named a Grand Winner in the 2014 South Carolina Traffic Safe Communities Awards by the AAA Carolinas Foundation for Traffic Safety.
The Newberry County Sheriff's Office reported the following incidents and arrests:
NEWBERRY — New and exciting renovations are coming to the sports complexes at Newberry College as part of a $35 million campaign to renovate the college's campus.
The City of Newberry Police Department reported the following incidents:
NEWBERRY — Newberry College's Scaling the Summit campaign will benefit many areas of the college's campus, including the renovation of Wiles Chapel and theater space.
NEWBERRY — Newberry Elementary Chorus students, under the direction of April Session, performed Annie in December for the Newberry Community. The play contained music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charmin.
NEWBERRY — The first 2015 Winter Family Movie Night will be Jan. 17 at 4 p.m. at the Newberry Opera House.