July 11, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Councilman wants extension on time for submitting bids

The county’s bid practices came under fire from a councilman on Tuesday.  Cherokee County Councilman Charles Mathis said during Tuesday’s meeting the county should extend the length of time companies have to submit bids.  More...

Gaffney High hosts robotics camp

Incoming ninth graders can participate in a Gaffney High robotics camp in late July.  More...

Teen releases book on purpose in life

BISHOPVILLE, S.C. More...

WELCOME TO THE 2016 SOUTH CAROLINA PEACH FESTIVAL

BROADCASTING LIVE FROM THE CHAMBER

Fox 21’s Morning Show sent Joe Gagnon out to visit us here at the Chamber to talk about all the upcoming Peach Festival activities. More...

NEW MEMBER

Classic Windows & Siding / Repair 1 / Bahama Breeze Patio Covers & Decks

Joey Gault and son Matt, the latest Chamber members, know how to think big when it comes to home improvements.  More...

Deputies bring in bloodhounds to track fireworks thief

POLICE REPORTS

Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office deputies brought out their bloodhounds following the discovery of a burglary at a Cherokee Avenue fireworks business June 30. More...

WHAT’S UP

All items for What’s Up and general news should be sent by email to abbie@gaffneyledger.com. Beach, Blues and BBQ More...

Blacksburg expenses exceed revenues

Despite a $46,650 shortfall, an auditor said Blacksburg is in good financial shape.  Blacksburg had $911,702 in reserve budget funds when the 2015-2016 fiscal year ended June 30. More...

Joey Preston ordered to repay $1.2 million in Ponzi scheme

EDITOR’S NOTE: Preston is a former Cherokee County Administrator.   Former Anderson County Administrator Joey Preston recently agreed to repay $1.2 million he got from being part of Ron Wilson’s Ponzi scheme.  More...

WREATH HANGING

Annual SC Peach Festival Wreath Hanging on the door of the Chamber provided by Ms. Ava White in honor of her Poppy, Scott White, the Pepsi man who serves on the Peach Festival Board.   More...

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