August 21, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

A tidy profit, to say the least

The county has profited nicely from the sale of the Peachtree Centre.  The county has raked in $11.5 million from the December 2015 sale of the property to New York-based MFI Healthcare LLC.  That’s a $2.5 million increase from the $9 More...

TALK TO ME

KNOW(2) volunteer Cassie Parker, left, and Parents of Preschoolers teacher Libby Thomas demonstrate a language environment analysis tool (LENA) used in home visitation with 40 families to monitor the number of words spoken in a “Talk to Me&rdqu More...

MADD SC encourages everyone to eclipse drunk driving - Free Access

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WHAT’S UP

Do you need your high school diploma or GED diploma? The Cherokee County Adult Education Program will begin the new school year Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 8:30 a.m. A second day for registration will be held Friday, Aug.25 at 8:30 a.m. More...

Council will hold second readings on tax breaks for two companies

Sewer grant will also be discussed

Second reading of tax breaks for two yet to be announced economic development projects highlight’s today relatively light Cherokee County Council agenda. More...

Will you be able to see the eclipse? - Free Access

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Solar eclipse travel period: SCDOT to restrict lane closures - Free Access

And Provide Extra Crews to Assist Motorists

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) plans to restrict upcoming highway work on interstates and primary routes to avoid lane closures due to anticipated heavy traffic expected for the solar eclipse. More...

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Do you agree with Blacksburg and Gaffney councils’ decision to ban smoking in public places and restaurants? (See the entire ordinance on Page 3 in the Wednesday, August 8 edition of The Gaffney Ledger)