CLEMSON — Clemson University has formed a new institute whose founders hope to change how commercial buildings are constructed in the United States.
ORANGEBURG – Elected student leaders from members of the South Carolina Independent School Student Association held their Fall Conference in the House of Representatives Chambers at the State House.
WINNSBORO — Fairfield County's new public charter school, Midlands S.T.E.M. Institute has raised the educational enrichment ante by offering special hands-on learning opportunity.
WINNSBORO — Two high school football teams remain unbeaten within the AA Region III — Newberry High School (5-11, 2-0) and Fairfield Central High School (5-1, 2-0).Those two teams play this week.
WINNSBORO — Richard Winn Academy (7-0,4-0) hopes to continue flying high against Wardlaw Academy (3-3, 2-3).
WINNSBORO — Dollar General will hold a grand opening of its new store at 73 U.S. 321 Bypass North beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday.
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Michael Bush, the president and chief executive officer of Civitas Media, the owner of The Herald Independent, announced Thursday he was stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
RIDGEWAY — The list of foods commonly cooked over an open flame is relatively short and usually stops after hot dogs and marshmallows but at Bovinoche, an entire cow will be added to that list.
COLUMBIA — Hengst of North America Inc. will expand its Kershaw County manufacturing facility for the third time in less than a decade. The company, which located its North American headquarters in Camden in 2005, will invest an additional $8...
WINNSBORO — The volleyball regular season ended for the Richard Winn Lady Eagles with Tuesday's final match played at Anderson Christian.
WINNSBORO — Shortly before 10 a.m,. on Wednesday, there was a traffic accident involving a white Honda Accord and a mail truck.
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WINNSBORO — Putting a value on the life of a beloved pet might be impossible, but in the event of a fire, the cost of a pet oxygen mask needed to save a life is approximately $80.
WINNSBORO — Google has chosen the Fairfield County School District to co-host a Superintendent and Curriculum Leadership Symposium.
The Winnsboro Public Safety Department reported the following:
WINNSBORO — Richard Winn Academy (7-0) kept its perfect season intact by a healthy margin with a 49-28 win against Carolina Academy (4-2) on Friday night.The victory also improved their regional record to 4-0.
WINNSBORO — Attendees at the 18th annual Rock Around the Clock Festival and Car and Truck Show enjoyed music, food, games, classic cars and excellent weather as they gathered around the oldest continuously running clock in the...
WINNSBORO — The Academic Student of the Week for Fairfield County School District is Monterrius Hemphill, a first grade student at Fairfield Elementary School. Monterrius is an excellent student. He is enthusiastic and completes every task that...
CLEMSON — When rains came, Noah had one approach. Cal Sawyer has another.
CLEMSON — A Clemson University professor will tell a group of experts gathered in Bangladesh that solar panels will soon revolutionize energy production the same way computer chips brought about the information revolution.
WINNSBORO — Stephen Delano Jackson of 249 Ashford Ferry Road has been arrested and charged with two armed robberies, according to Winnsboro Department of Public Safety.
WINNSBORO – Running enthusiasts and community residents packed the downtown streets of Winnsboro recently as they participated in the “Light Up Rotary” Glow Run/Walk on Sept. 25. It was the second annual 5k run/walk sponsored by the...
WINNSBORO — A student at Fairfield Magnet School for Math and Science is serving a long-term suspension after writing the names of several classmates and the words “kill list” on his hand.
CLEMSON — Men's cotton briefs can serve the needs of science when buried in a field for a few weeks. It's a takeoff on an agronomy soil test that uses cotton swatches to measure carbon consumption by microbes. Microbes living in soil...
CLEMSON — A rare summer cool snap may mean that fall colors in the Southern Appalachians could peak a few days sooner than normal, according to Clemson University forest ecologist Donald Hagan.