Thornwell’s 9th President, Rev. Elliot Smith Retires

  August 3, 2021

Thornwell’s 9th President, Rev. Elliot Smith is scheduled to retire on Friday, August 6th. In his ten years serving as president, Smith’s humble leadership is credited for Thornwell’s growth in…

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Donation benefits workforce development in South Carolina Midlands

  August 3, 2021

Strategic Development Group has given $12,000 to the Midlands Technical College Foundation to fund scholarships for students in QuickJobs. “MTC’s QuickJobs training programs are a proven contributor to workforce preparation…

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LCSO School Supply Drive this Friday

  August 3, 2021

And just like that it’s time to get the kids ready to go back to school. The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office is helping out with their annual School Supply Drive will…

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Meet the New Principal at Sanders Middle School

  August 3, 2021

The public is invited to join the Sanders Middle School Administration Team at a Meet the Principal event Saturday, August 7, 2021, from 10-11:30 am. The event will be held…

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New VP of enrollment and marketing chosen for CSU

  August 2, 2021

After a nationwide search this spring, Charleston Southern University is pleased to announce Dr. Anthony Turner as its new vice president of enrollment and marketing. Dr. Turner begins Monday, August…

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Two Year Old Lead Teacher

  July 29, 2021

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN WEEKDAY PRESCHOOL is now accepting applications for a Lead Teacher (2 year old) and a teacher assistant for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications can be picked up at…

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PTC is Ready When Technology Changes on the Fly

  July 26, 2021

One compelling result of a year punctuated by telecommuting and online meetings has been a heightened corporate awareness of the need to protect information systems from cyberattack. The demand for…

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Wingard’s Market featured in Garden & Gun Magazine online

  July 26, 2021

Wingard’s Market, the Midlands premier full-service garden and plant center’s Zach Steinhauser, along with Captain Kenny Hardee, recently set sail on one of its daily purple martin tours with special…

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Ridge View High School wins 12 State Communication Awards

  July 26, 2021

For the second year in a row, the South Carolina chapter of the National School Public Relations Association (SC/NSPRA) hosted a virtual ceremony to honor Rewards for Excellence recipients. Ridge…

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First accelerated MBA cohort crosses finish line

  July 26, 2021

In 10 short months, six students in Charleston Southern University’s Accelerated MBA program have completed their degree. Alexander Andronica, Ana Brown, Yolanda Chang, Caitlyn Emberson, Alannah Peters and Owen Ravenel kicked off the…

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Laurens District 55 Announces Schedule Pick Up

  July 25, 2021

  Laurens District 55 High School has announced the following dates for schedule pick up: Schedule pick up for seniors, juniors and sophomores will take place July 26 and 27…

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‘Jim’ Lander Honored with New Scholarship at Lander University

  July 24, 2021

Descendants of Rev. Samuel Lander, the founder of Lander University, have created a scholarship honoring his great-grandson, former South Carolina statesman, comptroller general and Lander University alumnus James Lander, who…

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Online education begins at Ben Lippen School this fall

  July 23, 2021

The Crest Online (TCO), a new learning alternative from Ben Lippen School, will begin offering ninth-grade courses this fall. The ninth-grade course launch is just step one in the multi-year…

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Scholarships available for new ManuFirst SC session starting August 16

  July 21, 2021

Four-week training course prepares County residents for manufacturing jobs Berkeley County residents interested in growing their qualifications for manufacturing jobs can apply for scholarships for the ManuFirst SC program HERE. This…

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Richland Two Institute of Innovation tackles COVID-19

  July 20, 2021

Selected from a nationwide pool of applicants, Richland Two Institute of Innovation in Columbia, South Carolina was named a National Finalist in the 11th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, for their project to address…

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