PELION — The Newberry High School Bulldogs gained control over the Pelion Panthers tonight as they emerged victorious with a final score of 39-31 for the road game.
PROSPERITY — Clarence Chick arrived at Mid-Carolina Middle School on Oct. 4, unaware of the reason. Surrounded by close friends and family in the hallway of a school that held so many memories, Chick was surprised with a birthday present he will...
NEWBERRY — Newberry City Council passed second reading Tuesday night on an ordinance to set the tax levy for the 2014-2015 fiscal year at 82.7 mills plus the 1.1 mill for debt service during a called meeting.
WHITMIRE — Whitmire native Maria Mcmurtury will be running for an open seat on Whitmire's town council this November.
PELION — Newberry High School will hit the road tonight as they travel to play against the Pelion High School Panthers with a kickoff time of 7:30 p.m.
PROSPERITY — After having secured an Excellent rating, fifth place among the Upstate 2A bands, and a chance to perform at the state level, the Rebel Regiment will compete at Spring Valley High School on Oct. 25 at 1:15 p.m. in the South Carolina...
NEWBERRY — Newberry College has launched a $35 million comprehensive capital campaign to fund new construction and facilities renovations and to increase annual giving and endowment support for the institution.
WASHINGTON — The American Academy of Family Physicians has named Oscar F. Lovelace, Jr., MD, the national 2015 Family Physician of the Year at its annual Assembly.
NEWBERRY — For residents of Newberry, Lynch's Woods has become a place to hike, ride horses and ATVs, and enjoy nature, but for the next nine months residents will need to find other accommodations due to...
WHITMIRE — The town of Whitmire will kick off its Halloween festivities early with its annual Halloween carnival from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 25 at the old city gym in Whitmire.
NEWBERRY — Several state level political hopefuls converged on Newberry County recently for a candidate forum, giving residents — and potential voters — the opportunity to hear where they stood on certain issues such as the minimum...
PROSPERITY — Mid-Carolina High School (5-3, 2-2) has yet to lose back-to-back games this season and hopes that fact remains true.
Horace Sease received an honorary life membership in Lutheran Men in Mission on Sept. 21 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Newberry. Presenting the award are Ricky Long, president of Bethany LMM, and Pastor Bob McCollum.
Two men are in custody following a Tuesday evening armed robbery at the King State Employees Credit Union.
PROSPERITY — Experience from a former camp led Wilton Dennis to what has now become a large part of his life at Camp Horseshoe in Prosperity.
LITTLE MOUNTAIN — A Little Mountain woman was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature last week after she stabbed her boyfriend with a knife.
NEWBERRY — Although she has never run for political office, Ginny Deerin decided to run for S.C. Secretary of State as a Democrat to help fix the office and to encourage women to run.
Nancy Lou Anderson-Glasgow '70 was the first African-American student at Newberry College. She is pictured with one of the students from the Call Me Mister program.
NEWBERRY — What started out as a mere dream years ago, developed into a prosperous outreach to the community in the field of the arts.
Hunter McCullough, a 10th grade student at Whitmire Community School, attended the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick sectionals held Oct. 18. After placing first at the Newberry NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition, he went on to place first in the sectionals at...
PROSPERITY — Wightman United Methodist Church has geared up for the Halloween season with its third annual pumpkin patch located at 302 N. Main St. in Prosperity at the walking track.
NEWBERRY — Since August 2011, readers of The Newberry Observer have been following developments in the convoluted estate of legendary entertainer James Brown. One thing is clear: James Brown intended to leave his music empire to an education...
NEWBERRY — The president of Newberry College presented a message of concentration and giving it your all to the members of the Touchdown Club and student athletes on Monday night.
NEWBERRY — Newberry College fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon is taking part in their first annual “No Shave November,” a creative fundraiser to help raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
LITTLE MOUNTAIN — The Heartfelt Stitches Community Prayer Shawl ministry recently completed some four dozen prayer shawls and have asked the Rev. Fred Suhr, pastor of Christus Victor Lutheran Church in Harbison, for distribution.