May 13, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Councilman would support garbage pickup proposal, if...

When several Gaffney City Council members said earlier this month they intended to ask county council to begin collecting garbage for city residents, they didn More...

LifeStyles

After more than a century, local church still going strong

Shady Grove Baptist to celebrate 124th anniversary on May 15

On Sunday, May 15, the Shady Grove Baptist Church membership will celebrate its 124th anniversary with a special service beginning with the 11 a.m. worship service, and the second service beginning at 4 p.m. More...

Gaffney Little Theater to present Spring production of ‘I Remember Mama’

There are families who constantly struggle to make ends meet. There are families who succeed in the face of failure. More...

Local airman completes ‘Loadmaster’ training

Airman First Class Brad Edwards, of the United States Air Force, has completed his C-17 Loadmaster Initial Qualification at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. More...

Letters

Letters

Sheriff, other riders raised $4,800 for fight against cancer

Dear Editor: The first Ride for the Relay was a great success, raising $4,800 for the fight against cancer. More...

State News

State Briefs

Who-bun-it? Large hot dog sign stolen in Rock Hill More...

Dog attacks 2-year-old; animal will be destroyed

A 2-year-old boy was pinned down and attacked by a dog Thursday evening after he wandered inside a fenced yard in Gaffney. More...

State budget includes $2 million for Spartanburg Tech’s Cherokee County campus

State lawmakers included $2 million in their state budget for Spartanburg Technical College (STC) to use in building the Cherokee County campus. More...

Agricultural exemptions

Tax rates for about 1,000 parcels likely to be adjusted More...

Relay effort well on its way to $150,000 goal

Stacks of bills and rolls of coins were piled on a table at Bank of America on Limestone Street on Thursday, but not for customer accounts. More...

Local News

Teen accused of sex crime was on house arrest when alleged incident took place

A 15-year-old boy charged with sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl has a history in the juvenile court system More...

Fire caused by faulty electrical connection

A faulty connection between an electrical cord and an outlet is believed to be the cause of a fire that destroyed a Gaffney family More...

Local students earn achievements

Gaffney area student Jennifer Almond received the Make-A-Difference Award during the recently held Wofford College Greek Awards Program. Almond, class of 2007, is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. More...

Sports

Coach says defense is ‘real good’

The opening of spring practice Monday will be defensive coordinator Dan Jones More...

Mann, Queen recognized as state’s best

Indian Land

Brittany Mann and Emily Queen expected to lead the Lady Indians into postseason play. More...

1st Citizen Bank scores 6 runs in 5th to top Rattlers

Indian Land

Babe Ruth 1st Citizen Bank 8, Rattlers 5 1st Citizen Bank scored six runs in the fifth inning to beat the Rattlers. Josh Elmore, Michael Hughey and Nick Mabry pitched and had extra base hits. More...

Columns

Iron’s place in local history

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CARTOON

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Searching for children 20 years later

ANNIE

Dear Annie: Twenty years ago, my 16-year-old son left my home in North Dakota to live with his mother in Arizona. He was tired of my drinking and the poor living conditions we had. More...

Special Sections

Poll

Sen. Harvey Peeler (R-Gaffney) sponsored a resolution Dec. 7 for the Senate Committee on Interstate Cooperation to study the potential impact of not recognizing Daylight Savings Time. Do you think DST should be abolished?