January 27, 2006 RSS feed / Local News

Relief from high gas bills could be on the way if rate reduction approved

With some Cherokeeans paying double or triple their natural gas bills this winter, local consumers are clamoring for utility bill assistance. More...

Former commissioner seeks to reclaim seat

I, Warren H. Bonner, will be a candidate in the August election for the Gaffney Board of Public Works. I am seeking the District 4 seat that is currently held by Mrs. Brenda Earls. Mrs. Earls announced recently that she would not seek another term. More...

Gaffney man elected communications director of Lutheran volunteer group

The Thrivent Financial for Lutherans More...

Home sales, prices have double digit increases

If the local housing scene could be described with one word last year, it would be More...

Shooting death under investigtion

The Cherokee County Sheriff More...

WHAT’S UP

Church events More...

Black History exhibit at Spartanburg Museum

SPARTANBURG More...

Murder suspect extradited to Alabama

A Gadsden, Ala., man has been extradited from Gaffney to Alabama to face a murder charge. More...

Two found guilty of ill treatment of animals

Two men were found guilty Wednesday in Cherokee County Magistrate Court of ill treatment of animals. More...

Not enough aid to meet the need

As local residents learn more about programs to help with their high heating bills this winter, some are finding that aid dollars are stretched to the limit. More...

THREE IN A ROW!

For the third year in a row, the Gaffney March of Dimes WalkAmerica event was recognized as best in its size category of populations between 37,000 and 100,000. The event raised more than $101,000. More...

Cherokee County students make honor roll at Presbyterian College

Two students from Cherokee County are among the 409 president More...

Gaffney City Administrator James Taylor saws through a red board at the grand opening of the Lowe More...

Duke still mulls plant sites

Local officials had hoped to be celebrating the biggest industrial investment ever in the county by now. More...

Moscow’s Helikon Opera at Peace Center

GREENVILLE More...

Pearson Cooper, Executive Director of Cherokee County Disabilities and Special Needs Board and Administrative Assistant Jane Wilkins receive a $1,000 check from Steve Fennell, manager of the new Lowe More...

Construction of log cabin underway

Joist by joist and log by log, Gayle White More...

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