August 18, 2017 RSS feed / LifeStyles

Ready to Be the Change: Gaffney senior eager to impact community

Marisa Barrera, a senior at Gaffney High School, recently attended Leadership Converse in July.  Barrera attended the program from July 23-26 with 54 other girls from South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, California, Virginia, and More...

Cherokee County MOW receives grant to support clients and their pets

CCMOW is proud to announce that it has received a $2,500 grant from Meals on Wheels America to support its client pet support program. More...

Members of the UDC tidy up vets museum

On Saturday, August 12 dust bunnies and spider webs were no match for the Ladies of the Moses Wood Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy.  Armed with Windex, lamb’s wool dusters and brooms they made quick work of cleaning up the Cher More...

I (didn’t) say ‘yes to the dress’ - Free Access

I would love to say that the lack of my wedding columns lately is because I’ve been so busy planning. But that would be a complete lie, and I’m not here to lie to y’all. It’s actually been the opposite. More...

September is full of fun and games at the history musuem

Bridge, canasta and bunko players, mark your calendars for Thursday, Sept. 7 for a game night at the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum.  The fundraising event will be held in the museum’s event hall at 7 p.m. More...

Silica Springs launches internet radio station

The congregation at Silica Springs Baptist Church announces the launch of Cherokee County’s first and only “church owned” internet radio station.  Local Church Radio began airing quality Christian music, preaching, and church r 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)