April 26, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

40 families celebrate

Forty families graduated from another stage in their child’s development April 20 when the Cherokee County School District held a celebration event for its “Talk to Me” program.  More...

School trustees mull tax increase

County residents could see a school tax increase as the Cherokee County School District looks for ways to fund education needs and higher state retirement expenses.  More...

Breakfast will honor law enforcement

Community and spiritual leaders are gearing up for a special prayer breakfast to close out Cherokee County’s upcoming observance of National Police Week.  More...

Parks hosting veterans job fairs

The Southern Campaign for the American Revolution Parks Group will host three veteran job fairs for several open seasonal positions. More...

Residents concerned about future

Concerned about the future of their community, almost three dozen residents of the Goucher-White Plains areas of Cherokee County came together Thursday evening to learn how they can help each other.  More...

POLICE REPORTS

A Cherokee County School District student-issued laptop and clothing were reported stolen following the burglary of a North Limestone Street apartment on April 12. More...

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Community Solar ribbon-cutting Friday

Broad River Electric will hold a ribbon cutting for its recently constructed Community Solar canopies on Friday, April 28 at 9 a.m.  More...

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