Monday Jul 28
Jackie Swindler receives honor from Newberry College10:39 am
Retired Newberry Police Chief, Jackie Swindler Jr. was given a Certificate of Appreciation for his dedication to the City of Newberry and Newberry College.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Fort Mill Times
Orangeburg chief looks back on long career
After a total of 34 years of encouraging officers to be their best, Chief Wendell Davis retired this month following 21 years of service as director of the department.
Thanks and well wishes from one reporter to another1:03 pm
I've never been one for change. Yes, I know it's a part of life, but that's just something that I always have a hard time dealing with and accepting, which is why February of this year sort of "rocked my world," so to speak.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Mother-daughter give back to community as playwrights9:07 am | 0
Buffy Summer, seen here in the Newberry Community Players 35th anniversary production, teamed up with her mother, Sue, to write the script for the Players' August 2014 production.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Ulch finds calling as NCSD director of nursing
A conversation with her son about career choices led to a second degree and new calling for Tricia Ulch, who returned to college and changed from being a school psychologist professional into a nurse.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Just a a oesmall-towna girl
I guess I would consider myself a "small-town girl." I've lived in Newberry my whole life, but honestly I can't think of another place that I'd rather be.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Lexington County Chronicle
Chapin-Newberry takes 2-0 lead
Chad Davis, Hunter Booth and Derek Olenchuk each had RBIs to help Chapin-Newberry to an 8-5 win over Greer Tuesday.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Newberry College welcomes new students to the a oeWolf Packa
The two-day experience included an overnight stay in one of the residence halls and a chance to experience life at Newberry College and begin forming ... Maria Rivas said having a current student as their guide helps the incoming class feel more comfortable and willing to answer questions they might not... Almost 150 freshmen and transfer students ... (more)