Articles in Lifestyles
Christ Central Ministries Oconee has spent the past year remodeling the former Oconee County Detention Center into what is now the Oconee Resource and Solution Center. Ashley Williams and his wife, Tiffany, are directors of the nonprofit. Ashley Williams said he has been amazed at the progress.
For those who have been a little nervous about the housing market since the downturn in the economy about a decade ago, Julie Allen says now is a good time to get back in the market to buy or sell a home.
Walhalla Elementary fourth-grader Gabriella Laredo combined her love of art with information learned in science class to submit a poster in the 34th annual Tornado Safety Poster Contest — a contest in which she was recently named the overall winner.
It will surely be good news to the many Walhalla and West Union area residents who grew up playing sports on Chicopee/Avondale Field that the Walhalla City Council has allocated funds to restore the field and put it back into use.
Clemson Free Clinic has provided free health care and medicine to uninsured residents in the area since opening its doors nearly 14 years ago. One way the clinic is able to do so is through fundraisers, such as its annual “Dine with the Docs.”
Pet adoption and wine may not seem synonymous, but two Oconee County entities recently made the two work seamlessly to benefit the Oconee Humane Society.
Whether it’s playing in the Upstate or in other states, putting on a live show isn’t anything new to the Wobblers.
Proceeds from a car show Saturday will help the Cancer Institute Foundation continue to assist area cancer patients.
A Yale University singing group called Living Water has been performing a cappella music, including gospel, for 40 years.