September 23, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

NICE RIDES

Antique and custom cars were on display Saturday at the second annual “Show Your Wheels at Midway” car show on Overbrook Drive. More...

LifeStyles

Welcome back school days with dressed-up muffins

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Adding special touches to baking mixes has always been a favorite with bakers, and muffin mixes are no exception. More...

New Mt. Zion choir celebrates anniversary; Deacon Board recognized for service to church

The New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Senior Choir celebrated its anniversary recently. More...

Theatre South Carolina opens season Sept. 27

COLUMBIA – Theatre South Carolina kicks off its 2013-14 season Friday, Sept. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Rodney Eugene Love

Rodney Eugene Love, 47, of 1016 N. Logan St., answered the Master’s call on Friday, Sep. 20, 2013, at 10:31 a.m. at Spartanburg Regional Heath Care System. Son of Rendy Kay Ellis of Gaffney and the late Boyce L. Kelly Jr., he was born Aug. More...

Kathleen Littlejohn

Kathleen Ratchford Littlejohn, 93, of 614 ½ N. Broad St., wife of Deacon J.C. Littlejohn Sr., answered the Master’s call on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, at 2:37 a.m. at Spartanburg Regional Hospice House. More...

Daisy Thompson

Daisy Lockhart Thompson, 68, of 269 Beltline Road, Apt. 6-E, wife of Ollie Thompson, answered the Master’s call on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, at 4:05 p.m. at Spartanburg Regional Hospice House.  More...

School district unveils details about Redish lawsuit deal

The Cherokee County School District released details Friday afternoon about a $40,000 lawsuit settlement its legal insurance company reached with former assistant superintendent Dr. Carlotta Redish.  More...

State jobless rate unchanged; county numbers up slightly

A noted economist from Clemson opined earlier this month in his widely-read quarterly economics report and forecast that the U.S. More...

Local News

Cherokee County second graders get rare opportunity

Second graders in county schools set sail on a magical adventure Friday when the Gaffney Little Theater and Limestone College students brought author Melinda Long’s swashbuckling children’s tale “How I Became a Pirate” to musi More...

POLICE REPORTS

l A classic muscle car was reported stolen Sept. 18 from a Smoke Ridge Road home following the burglary of a garage.  More...

Where's Gaffney Ledger News

Bill and Sylvia Caldwell took The Gaffney Ledger with them to Germany and Switzerland. More...

Sports

Shaq back at quarterback

Davidson cleared by doctors to play quarterback against Dorman

Gaffney will have its starting quarterback under center this week at Dorman.  Shaq Davidson was cleared to play quarterback during a visit to his doctor on Friday, Gaffney offensive coordinator Donnie Littlejohn said.  Davidson had surgery More...

Prep Football - Week Four

Pair of pick “6s” help Crescent tameWildcats in region opener

Defensive backs Dalton Davis and Darius Groves returned interceptions for touchdowns Friday as Crescent stayed undefeated with a 43-14 victory over Blacksburg.  More...

Ward throws and runs for TD in 30-20 loss to Northwestern

Bryson Ward threw for a touchdown and ran for another in a 30-20 loss to the Northwestern ninth-grade football team on Thursday.  Ward had a six-yard TD scamper in the second quarter and connected on a 10- yard TD pass to David Foster in the thi More...

Columns

IT’S JUST ME

How I met Lou Hoskyns and why it made me nervous

If you play golf in the Upstate, then chances are good that at one time or another you ran into Lou Hoskyns.  More...

THEIR VIEW

Angel tax credits finally in place

In another step toward accessing the capital that can fuel high-growth start-up companies, state entrepreneurs can begin registering with the Secretary of State to let their investors claim a 35 percent tax credit on their investments. More...

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