Greenwood County EMS worker was arrested after admitting to breaking into a storage fridge and removing narcotics.
This month, Piedmont Technical College’s (PTC) award-winning marketing department is unveiling a redesigned logo. The new logo reflects the modern, vibrant organization the college has grown into over its more than five-decade history.
On 2/18/2020 at approximately 2:30pm, Laurens County Sheriff deputies responded to Flymm Smith Road in Waterloo in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, the residence was discovered to be in total disarray, both inside and outside. There were children living at the residence in cluttered, unsanitary, and unsafe conditions. Due to the deplorable state of the home, Ashley Redrick, 32 and...
The Greenwood Early Childhood Center will have a new face next school year. Dr. Molly Smith has been named as the new Director of the Early Childhood Center. Dr. Smith replaces Mrs. Ginny Metts who recently announced her retirement.
Dr. Smith is currently the Principal at Lakeview Elementary, a position she has held for the past seven years. Prior to becoming Principal at Lakeview, Dr. Smith served as an Instructional Specialist in District 50 at Lakeview, Rice Elementary, and Merrywood Elementary.
Chad Evans has been named as the new Director of Evaluation in Greenwood School District 50. Evans is currently the Principal at Greenwood High School, a position he has held for the last six years. Prior to becoming Principal at Greenwood High, Evans was the Principal of Brewer Middle School for five years. During his 23 years in District 50, Evans has served as an administrator, teacher, and athletic coach.
Three different winners in its first four races sets the stage for the Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series championship next week.
Chris Madden carried the momentum from his incredible 2019 run into the winter, winning the first two races to lead the championship standings into Modoc Raceway on Saturday, Feb. 29. With a 16-point lead, Madden will not only be chasing the $7,000-to-win checkered flag, but he’ll also be trying to hold off Ross Bailes, Zack Mitchell, Kyle Strickler and Trent Ivey to capture the $20,000 series championship check.
Set your calendars and get your tickets now for the 12th Annual Chili Cookoff at The Greenwood Shrine Club on Saturday, February 29, 2020.
Last year was a great turnout with so much awesome chili.
If you would like to enter your chili, you can pre-register by February 21 for $25 (after will be $35). This registration will include one tasting bracelet. Cooking starts at 11 a.m. followed by judging at 3 p.m.