March 31, 2008 RSS feed / Local News

Medicaid cards being replaced; new ones are in the mail

Hoping to make service easier for the approximately 650,000 Medicaid recipients statewide, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) began mailing new cards this week to those enrolled in the health program. More...

Drugs seized, arrests made

Cherokee County Sheriff's Office served two unrelated search warrants last week that resulted in the seizure of more than three pounds of suspected marijuana and six marijuana plants. More...

'On the Go with Goucher'

Students at Goucher Elementary school traded in pencils and textbooks for something a little more hands-on Friday, meeting professionals from a number of career paths during the school's career day. More...

Retreat held to make an IMPACT on teens

Wearing shorts and a Tshirt while preaching to his audience, Nathan Smith doesn't look like a typical minister. More...

District hires principal interventionist to improve Mary Bramlett's report card

A Converse University professor was hired last week as a principal interventionist at Mary Bramlett Elementary for next school year. Veteran educator Tom Abbott will take over the role of Mary Bramlett Elementary principal on July 1. More...

Man faces multiple charges after police car rammed

Gaffney Police arrested a 30-year-old man Friday in the wake of a Wednesday evening incident in which a police officer's vehicle was rammed during a chase on East Frederick Street. More...

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