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Greenwood City Council will consider a new alcohol ordinance which will allow events in the city to serve alcohol outside without having to go before council each time.
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Daniel W. Ball, 12th president of Lander University, has announced his plans to retire as president of the institution effective June 30, 2015.
Helen Kind Murphy, 98, resident of 212 W. Durst Avenue, widow of Lt. Col. Arthur Thomas Murphy, Jr., died March 6, 2014 at Hospice House.
According to a report from the Greenwood County Sheriff's Office, deputies were dispatched to One Stop Marina, located at 5121 Old Laurens Rd., after a female came into the store saying she had been assaulted by her boyfriend, later identified as Robert Steven Coleman II, of 618 Sandshore Drive.
's Alumni Association has selected a school nurse, a television producer and an educator to receive its prestigious annual awards.
Charles Yates, 71, of 111 Hailey Court, husband of Vicki Miller Yates, died Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at his home.
Tony Wideman, owner of T.W. Boon's in Uptown Greenwood, announced Wednesday night that he will be running for the S.C. House of Representatives District 12 seat.
Samuel Wilbur McClain, Sr., 81, husband of Mildred Smith McClain of 6316 Hwy 184 East, died March 4, 2014 at Hospice of the Piedmont in Greenwood.
Carl Alton Ouzts, 86, of Maitland, FL went home to meet his Lord on Monday February 24, 2014.
Glenda Harriett Taylor Lax, 83, resident of 1137 Frazier Road, wife of Brigadier General Joseph O. "Joe" Lax, Jr. died March 2, 2014 at her home.
The facility is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in the Fall of 2015. University broke ground on Tuesday, March 4, for a $15 million residence hall that will rise on a portion of the university's former softball field, opposite the Physical Education and Exercise Center.
A man accused of stealing a South Carolina physician's identity and treating hundreds of patients, by doing checkups and prescribing drugs, pleaded guilty Tuesday.