NEWBERRY — Newberry High School hosted a Career Fair for the Freshman Academy students on march 23 that included 12 presenters that exposed the students to professionals from various careers.
SOUTH CAROLINA — The S.C. Department of Transportation will deploy its maintenance crews in all 46 counties to pick up litter during the week of April 20.
The Upper Savannah Land Trust announced at its annual meeting March 27 that the group conserved 3,027 acres during 2014, making the year one of its most successful to date.
NEWBERRY — Newberry County Master Gardeners will host a plant propagation workshop led by Billy McBee at 7 p.m. April 21 at Newberry's Clemson Extension Service office.
NEWBERRY — Hard work and the desire to achieve her goals is what 18-year-old Octavia Grandy strives for. Grandy, a student at Newberry High School, puts in the time and hopes it will pay off in her basketball career.
COLUMBIA — Wings for Autism soars for people with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities April 18 at Columbia Metropolitan Airport.
NEWBERRY — Newberry County Council has approved a resolution supporting state efforts to find solutions to the funding needs for state maintained and operated roads and bridges without transferring the burden to local governments.
NEWBERRY — Rick Farmer, a Columbia native and veteran economic developer, has been hired by Newberry County to head its industrial recruitment program.
COLUMBIA – Faculty from 20 private colleges were recognized for their dedication to teaching by South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities at the 10th annual Excellence in Teaching Awards dinner held April 14.
WHITMIRE — Peggie West and Denise Reid want Whitmire residents to know that their history is welcome for inclusion in the Newberry Museum even if the name doesn't include the town's name.
NEWBERRY — Newberry Elementary School students continue to work daily to develop their character skills. Their 21st Century Skills have really allowed students opportunities to utilize these global skills in everyday life.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, a great time to become more aware about the link between these cancers, and smoking and secondhand smoke exposure.
Macedonia Lutheran Church of Prosperity had Confirmation on Palm Sunday, March 29, 2015. Shown are, front row from the left, Brenda Fulmer, Adrienne Beck, Ashlyn Howe, John Douglas Cassady, Zachary Grey, Bailey Grey, Payton Hughes, Meredith Lynn, and...
WHITMIRE — The Forest Service is asking for public input on a new management plan for the Delta South Wildlife Management Area (WMA) located in Union County.
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NEWBERRY — The lazy days of summer will soon be upon us and with them, come a variety of summertime rituals – from beach trips and fairs to festivals and family picnics. Another tradition of the vacation season is summer...
GREENVILLE — Heartland Hospice celebrated National Doctor's Day on March 30. This annual celebration provides an opportunity to recognize physicians nationwide for their for providing patient care.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — Newberry County's Relay For Life will be held from 6 p.m. to midnight April 24 at Newberry High School, bringing residents together to raise money to fight cancer.
NEWBERRY — Lynch's Woods has been closed since last October for construction on four of the bridges but soon, weather permitting, Lynch's Woods will be open to the public again.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — The Newberry County Sheriff's Office sent out a warning on Tuesday about a new scam involving texts and emails that warn a Woodforest Bank account has been flagged. The email then directs the recipient to a web link to...
Whitmire had a good turnout at their inaugural Palmetto Trail Hike on Saturday.
COLUMBIA — This March marks 20 years of Kicking Butts and is a great time to raise awareness among South Carolinians about the dangers of youth tobacco-use.
COLUMBIA – i1 Biometrics has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina where members of the USC football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard this spring as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain's linear and...
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