October 24, 2014 RSS feed / Local News

Purpose of concert is to ‘Reverse the Trend’

Pop music band Reverse Order will perform an antibullying concert Monday at Gaffney Middle as part of its national tour aimed at preventing school bullying. More...

Firm selected to make repairs to detention center

Cherokee County Council selected an out-of-town contractor for its jail renovation project. More...

Blacksburg students learn about the ‘game of life’

Career expert, author talks jobs to teens

Brooks Harper views every day as a job interview at which first impressions matter and a person’s attitude is the first step toward starting a fulfilling career. More...

County votes to replace wrecked truck

At the urging of its administration, Cherokee County Council on Monday gave the green light to spend $135,000 to replace a dump truck damaged in an accident last week. More...

Allison honored by G-W

Gardner-Webb University celebrated Homecoming on their campus in Boiling Springs, NC, on Saturday, October 4, 2014. One of the highlights of Homecoming is the recognition of distinguished alumni. More...

New trustees named

Seven new members have been named to the Limestone College Board of Trustees. The new members’ terms started on July 1. The new board members are: John B. Eggers, of Chesnee, is President/Owner of Eggers Funeral Home and Crematory. Richard F. More...

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