History tells us that before the Nazi Party rose in Germany after World War I, the swastika was known as a revered, peaceful symbol.
Two people have been charged in the death of Seth Jacob Gaunt, who died Nov. 26 in a fire at 6 Lonsdale St. The house, in Seneca’s Utica mill community, had been vacant for a decade.
For some people, the state’s $50 “lottery windfall” checks were a chance to fill up a grocery cart.
Dec. 7, 1941, is a date that has lived in infamy for 78 years.
The celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ is a time of joy and gift giving. Unfortunately, not all parents have the money to pay for Christmas gifts.
On a cold and windy night, Seneca attracted several thousand people downtown for the Lighting of the Park at Norton Thompson Park and the city’s annual Christmas parade.
Thanksgiving, we’re told, is a lost holiday — a footnote during the Christmas shopping season.
South Carolinians are a giving people, making Monday’s news that a charity operating in Seneca two months ago is in trouble with the state both disturbing and frustrating.