The tycoons of reality television’s Shark Tank should take note. Piedmont Technical College (PTC) Engineering Design Technology student Kaleigh Price may not have invented the next big thing like the Simply Fit Board, but she’s designed something that undoubtedly will make a BIG difference for special needs students at Woodfields Elementary School in Greenwood.
The Countybank Foundation recently made a major donation of volunteer time and funds to Rebuild Upstate.
Countybank and Greenwood Capital employees did a blitz repair of three houses in Anderson, Greenville, and Greer on the weekend of October 5, 2019, that accounted for a $7,500 donation and 248 hours of service.
After a community-wide effort to raise enough funds to make the program sustainable, the Abbeville Promise launched with the graduating high school class of 2018. Now in its second year, and just a few weeks into the Fall 2019 college semester, the impact of the Abbeville Promise continues to be felt.
Under the leadership of Brad Evans as chairman, The Freshwater Coast Community...
Candidates and elected officials are required to report spending and contributions to the public through the South Carolina Ethics Commission. Reports were due by midnight October 10th. According to financial reports, Billy Garrett, a Greenwood small business owner, attorney, and mediator, raised more money than his opponent for the Republican nomination and incumbent Senator Floyd Nicholson combined.
It is better to be known and not needed, than needed and not known. This is our motto at CrossRoads Pregnancy Center, as we desire for no young woman to feel so alone in her unplanned pregnancy, that she would consider abortion her only option.
CrossRoads Pregancy Center will hold its 2nd Annual Banquet for Life on Thursday, October 22nd at Rice Memorial Baptist Church. Doors open at 5:30pm, with dinner at 6:00pm and the program to follow. This event is sold out. Press is welcome to attend.
Eat Smart Move More Greenwood County has been selected to participate in the Local Food Policy Council Development Program led by the University of South Carolina Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) team. Program participants will work to form local food policy councils comprised of diverse stakeholders. Councils will offer recommendations focused on changing policy, systems, and environments to make the food system more equitable and accessible for low-income populations.
With fall break just around the corner, students at Lander University took a break from classes to visit with a group of miniature horses on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
The visit was sponsored by Lander’s Student Wellness Center, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, which seeks to educate the campus community on mental wellness and provide support for students in need of help.
Other activities included depression screenings, educational exhibits, and stress relieving neck and shoulder massages provided by area professionals.
Affordable travel opportunities abound, and the Piedmont Technical College (PTC) Continuing Education program has scheduled a free presentation about three trips planned for 2020 ― to Tuscany, Southern France and the Painted Canyons of the American West.
NHC HealthCare, Greenwood is seeking a motivated individual to join our team as the Director of Housekeeping and Laundry for full-time employment. If you are searching for a great work environment, with an established company you can trust, this is the job for you.
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Established Insurance agency seeks outside business insurance salesperson. Successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years sales experience. Must pass state P&C exam. Salary plus commission and benefits including Health Insurance. Email resume to Kim@emailics.com
Teddy,"Ted" Noss, 93, resident of Ninety Six SC, husband of Miriam Gunnells Noss, passed away Saturday, October 12, at NHC Health Care. Born in Akron Ohio, Ted and Miriam moved to Ninety Six ten years ago after spending most of their lives in California.