Students make bridge bright and beautiful
William Morris College student Jack Hodgkins was one of six pupils from the Eastington-based school to help brighten the Downton Road bridge Six pupils from the specialist college in Eastington, which helps young people with learning disabilities, painted a unique mural under the bridge in Downton Road, Stonehouse.
DiCarlo Receives Scholarship Award
West Liberty University presented the Carol and Terry Wallace Scholarship to Melanie DiCarlo of Steubenville in a ceremony hosted by President Robin C. Capehart and Dr. Thomas Michaud, dean of the School of Professional Studies.
SC Missing: Investigators, family look for answers in 4-year-old case
More than four years ago, 24-year-old Brandon "Peanut" Graves disappeared, but his family and investigators are hopeful even now that someone has answers to what happened to Peanut.
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West Side project to break ground today
A ground-breaking ceremony will be held 6 p.m. today for JISD's newest elementary, West Side School.
Rising college costs push students to technical schools
While most high school students still plan to go the traditional route of attending four-year colleges and universities when they consider educational options after graduation, a significant number say they are open to the idea of attending community colleges and technical schools.