The Newberry Academy Varsity Competition Cheerleaders competed Nov. 8 for a chance to bring home a SCISA state title and brought home two awards. The girls placed first in the Gametime Cheer and Gametime Dance divisions and placed second in the...
Shannon Byrd, left, adoption coordinator for Newberry County Animal Care and Control, and director Leslie Jenkins are holding kittens that are available for adoption at the facility.
NEWBERRY — Newberry County, in its soon to be 230-year history, has suffered natural disasters, been the site of military battles and hosted visitors from around the world, many of whom have visited or performed at the Newberry Opera...
WHITMIRE — An early morning fire on Monday destroyed the home of the owner of Pearl's Cafe on Main Street in Whitmire, officials said.
NEWBERRY — A tractor-trailer driver from Sevierville, Tenn., was charged last week with pointing and presenting a firearm after the driver of a passenger vehicle said the man pointed a gun at him on I-26.
NEWBERRY COUNTY — Students throughout the Newberry County School District had the chance to create code last week during the initiative titled “Hour of Code.”
NEWBERRY — The Newberry County School District Board of Trustees has approved the financial audit for the year ending June 30, 2014.
NEWBERRY — The Newberry Police Department will conduct traffic safety checkpoints on Dec. 19, Dec. 20 and Dec. 21 between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. at several locations within the city limits of Newberry. The checkpoint locations will include but are...
NEWBERRY — Making a difference, one basket at a time: The Newberry City Fire Department is beginning the delivery of its “good-fellow” baskets to those in the community in need.
JENKINSVILLE — VC Summer Nuclear Station on the banks of the Broad River will be testing various warning systems today.
PROSPERITY — While he won't come out and say it, 2014 has been a long year for Prosperity's favorite son, C.J. Edwards.
Thousands of toys for area youths were dropped off by bikers on Saturday. Some of the toys will go to Boys Farm in January, the Newberry County Sheriff's Office toy drive and Living Hope Foundation.
NEWBERRY — McSwain Street Park will soon begin a process of updates with the help from a $100,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund grant from the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
Grand Marshal Michael Thomas throws candy from his car in the beginning of the parade.Whitmire Community School's marching bandSissy's Boutique had a walking, talking purse in this year's parade.
NEWBERRY — Despite excellent prenatal care, Karen Fitzgerald gave birth to son Vaden on June 18, 2012, at just 30 weeks gestation.
NEWBERRY — Getting with the spirit of Christmas, the Newberry Museum held its annual Christmas exhibit this past weekend in the Taylor Building.
WHITMIRE — SC Hwy. 66 is now open after an early morning house fire closed the road.Caution should be taken due to fire apparatus still in the area and crews performing clean up and overhaul.
St. James Lutheran Church celebrated its Golden Agers on Nov. 16. Front row, from the left, are Peach Fralick, Edith Workman, Ellie Jane Wise, Narvice Harmon, Carolyn Wicker, Ellen Shaw and Rachel Wicker. Second row, from the left, are Norma Long, Tom...
NEWBERRY — Newberry College will hold its winter commencement at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 13 in Wiles Chapel.
NEWBERRY — TUBACHRISTMAS, one of the town's favorite Christmas events, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Alumni Music Center recital hall on the Newberry College campus. The performance is free to the public.
NEWBERRY — Newberry City Council recognized many achievements of individuals along with their families Tuesday night during their monthly meeting.
AIKEN — The companion of music legend James Brown has asked an Aiken Court to ban several of Brown's children from participating in hearings that will determine if Brown had a spouse when he died on Christmas Day 2006.
NEWBERRY — With Christmas right around the corner, one gift idea many people might be considering is a pet.
NEWBERRY — Community Bible Church will reach outside of its church walls Saturday with its second free clothing and toy giveaway.
In the spirit of giving this season, the fourth-grade students at Boundary Street Elementary made baby blankets as a donation to Palmetto Children's Hospital.
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