February 12, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

SEEING RED

Mary Black Health System – Gaffney employees wear red on the 15th National Wear Red Day, February 2, in honor of heart health month.   More...

First Tee director will be featured speaker

Michael Pius, director of The First Tee of the Upstate, will be the keynote speaker of this year’s Cherokee National Hall of Fame banquet Friday, February 23.  More...

It could be a scam

While they’ve been around for a while, Cherokee County Sheriff Steve Mueller warned last week that his office has seen an uptick in so-called grandparent scams targeting local residents in which fraudsters attempt take advantage of someone&rsqu More...

LAST CLASS

This photo shows the last group of seniors who will ever attend Cherokee Technology Center. The career center has served Blacksburg and Gaffney High students since it opened in 1968. More...

County will go behind closed doors to discuss lawsuit

For the second time in a week, Cherokee County Council will meet behind closed doors to discuss the lawsuit filed against it by Mary Black Health System — Gaffney. A special called meeting is slated for 5 p.m. today at the council chambers. More...

Higher pay for city employees to result from long-awaited wage study?

Staff directed to review, provide input

The City of Gaffney Personnel Committee on Thursday pledged to fast track the long-awaited city wage and compensation study.  After convening at 4 p.m. More...

Registration now open for First Tee’s spring program

Spring registration is now open for local students interested in improving their golf skills through First Tee of the Upstate.  First Tee is preparing for its second year of spring programming where students receive golf instruction and characte More...

WHAT’S UP

All items for What’s Up and general news should be sent by email to abbie@gaffneyledger.com.  Tuesday Woman’s Club Meeting   More...

DON’T FENCE ME IN

A chain link fence, topped with three stands of barbed wire, was recently installed around the Gaffney Board of Public Works’ iconic Peachoid. More...

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