September 26, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

POLICE REPORT

$20,000 in equipment stolen from hunting lodge

More than $20,000 in theft losses were reported following the burglary of a local hunting lodge.  More...

Crash victims remembered

Marine and his family from Alabama

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thousands of people travel through Cherokee County every day on Interstate 85. More...

POLICE REPORTS

l A local man discovered that someone had stolen his Social Security number after being informed recently by the IRS he owned $5,800 in taxes.  According to an identity theft complaint filed with the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, a res More...

I’LL HAMMER IN THE MORNING...

— Fire trucks and police surrounded the Lowe’s home improvement store in Gaffney on Saturday but this was no emergency. More...

Jail overcrowded?

Administrator says reduce, don’t expand

The county’s remedy to overcrowding at the detention center will focus on inmate reduction rather than facility expansion.  Cherokee County Assistant Administrator Holland Belue told Cherokee Council members he inserted his comments into a More...

Supporting the Y

Bill Mason, right, owner of Bill Mason Enterprises, McDonalds, presents a $1,000 check to Mike Goforth, CEO of the Cherokee County Family YMCA, in support of the YMCA’s annual support campaign. More...

Peachtree residents enjoy shaved ice and beautiful music

On a hot day recently, residents of Peachtree Centre received a special shaved ice treat from Carolina Shaved Ice owner Jason Crawley. This special event was sponsored by Tidewater Hospice. More...

‘Wacky Walk’ planned at Gaffney High October 3

Gaffney High physical education classes will add extra spice to their walking routine Oct. 3 while they join students from 40 countries in an international school walk day.  More...

Top teachers get time in the spotlight at banquet

Cherokee County School District Teacher of the Year Betsy Jolliff didn’t have to look far into the audience Monday to see how her own 26-year teaching career has influenced her students.  More...

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