Articles in Lifestyles
The public has an opportunity Saturday to see a fun, educational musical with a timely message.
The Walhalla High School Improvement Council has played an active role in making the school a better place for students and the community.
With the new year in full swing, the Gateway Arts Center in Westminster has been around for a full year and will be celebrating by hosting its first Members Show, which will feature work by artists from the Tribble Center.
Oconee County First Steps experienced a number of changes last year, and executive director Monica Alles White said the new year promises even more to benefit those served by the nonprofit.
With a lot of tribute and a bit of twist, the Grateful Brothers are headed back to Westminster tonight for the second “Winter Woodstock” at the music center.