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Wreaths Across America honors veterans in Spartanburg County

Christmas wreaths were placed on veterans' graves in cemeteries across America on Saturday afternoon, including at several locations in Spartanburg County. Robert Simmons, 17, of Inman, was among those who helped lay wreaths on graves at the Inman Cemetery on Price Street. After laying each wreath,

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-12-16 23:40:20

One Spartanburg to roll out new projects in the spring

Big things are coming down the pipeline for the One Spartanburg initiative as it approaches its one-year anniversary. The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce presented an update on the initiative during its monthly FYI Friday lunch at the Spartanburg Marriott on Friday. Chamber President and CEO

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-12-15 21:29:58

Magna International celebrates launch of new Spartanburg County seating plant

S.C. Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt helps raise the flag at Magna International's new seating plant in Spartanburg County during a ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 14. Canadian automotive supplier Magna International on Thursday, Dec. 14, officially inaugurated its fourth production plant in South Carol


AC Hotel Spartanburg is open; Level 10 plans January opening

AC Hotels by Marriott is now open in Spartanburg, at 225 W. Main St. The 10-story hotel features 109 guestrooms and five suites, a rooftop restaurant, lounge and meeting rooms. AC Hotel Spartanburg is locally operated by OTO Development, a Johnson Management company. "This AC Hotel reinvents the Sp

GSABUSINESS.COM - 2017-12-15 08:00:00

Tate Meatworks Butcher Shop Opens in Spartanburg

With Heritage breed pork and poultry, prime and choice steaks and high quality seafood, a new butcher shop in Spartanburg is aiming to be a cut above the rest. Jennifer Martin takes us inside Tate Meatworks Butcher Shop. For more information, click here. With Heritage breed pork and poultry, prime


Spartanburg man dies after being hit by car in Greenville

A Spartanburg man died after he was hit by a car in Greenville Thursday night. Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans said Aaron Eugene Brewer, 49, of 137 Prospect Ave., died after walking into the street on Poinsett Highway, two miles west of the city of Greenville. S.C. Highway Patrol trooper Joe

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-12-15 13:11:45

PAW Patrol Live! in Spartanburg

Paw Patrol LIVE! (Photo provided) SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA/PRESS RELEASE) - PAW Patrol Live! "Race to the Rescue" is in Spartanburg this weekend. The show is based on hit preschool series PAW Patrol, which airs on Nickelodeon and is produced by Spin Master Entertainment. Shows are at the Spartanburg

WSPA.COM - 2017-12-15 11:20:13

Rite Aid hiring in Spartanburg

SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA)- There's a job fair today to fill positions at the Rite Aid Distribution Center in Spartanburg. The hiring event will be for Distribution Center Warehouse Workers (Picker, Stocker and Forklift positions). Applicants should submit information online at www.jobs.scworks.org and

WSPA.COM - 2017-12-15 09:14:59

Cold Rain Tonight, Warmer Air Monday

Rain will only increase throughout the crossroads over the evening hours. Rain is moving southwest to northeast. Temperatures are colder northwest of Victoria with 40s. Temperatures are in the 50s towards the south. Some of the rain could be moderate to heavy. Lightning could be a possibility in so

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-17 04:47:00

Texas native win for "My Boss's 12 Days of Christmas"

Actress Texan Suzanna Brown's film won Official Selection for Christian Family Film Festival. Suzanna Brown wrote, directed, and stars in the holiday film My Boss's 12 Days of Christmas. Suzanna's physical comedy chops make this a worthy Christmas watch. The holiday comedy is set to a comedic versio

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-17 00:30:00

Owl found during oil change

A routine oil change in New Hampshire Friday left workers stunned. Mechanics at Pep Boys in Salem popped open the hood of a car and found a little owl sitting on the engine. An Eastern Screech owl with piercing green eyes stared back at them. The crew decided to name the little fella - "Shazam". Po

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-17 01:31:00

Lawsuit filed against store that sold assault rifle in Sutherland Springs Mass Church Shooting

(Reuters) The family of a woman and two children killed when a gunman opened fire in a rural Texas church has sued the store that sold the assault rifle used in the deadliest mass murder in the state's history, lawyers said on Friday. The lawsuit filed this week in a state district court in San Anto

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-16 23:38:00

Christmas comes early in Goliad

It's the holiday season and every year, too many children don't get much of a Christmas, but for some Goliad children Christmas came early thanks to a local organization. Thanks to one of the oldest motorcycle clubs in the United States. The Goliad chapter of the Gypsy's Motorcycle Club, gave many G

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-17 01:18:00

University of Houston-Victoria Graduation Ceremony

It is winter graduation season here in the crossroads. University of Houston-Victoria held its December 2017 graduation ceremony this evening at Faith Family church. Graduating today are more than four hundred and ninety students. Double major in accounting and health care administration Ke'andre Gr

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-16 05:42:00

Glass Street Reduced Beginning on December 16

VICTORIA, TEXAS - Beginning on Saturday, December 16, 2017, the City will reduce Glass Street to northbound only traffic from Commercial Street to Power Avenue to make pavement repairs. This road closure is expected to take 4 days, weather permitting. All businesses in the construction zone will re

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-16 01:31:00

Dorthy O'Connor center urges pet owners to take caution this winter

The Dorthy O'Connor Pet Adoption Center is urging Victoria pet owners to take caution as the weather approaches freezing temperatures. The center says pets in this region are not used to extreme cold temperatures and are more likely to get sick because of it. Pet's cold tolerance can vary from pet t

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-12-16 03:25:00

Rome beats Warner Robins 38-0, wins state title

John Reid was answering questions, and suddenly, he was surrounded by his team. He kept turning around to those players, smiles on their faces and twinkles in their eyes, clearly in this situation not trusting his team. "I trust them for everything," the Rome head coach said, "but water on my back."

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2017-12-16 14:32:41

Play for a chance to win the Big Bowl Challenge!

While the regular season competition wrapped up earlier this month, the White County News is unveiling its Big Bowl Challenge in the this week's edition. The contest features 12 bowl games and a tiebreaker. The winning entry receives $50, with a $100 prize for a perfect entry, including the correct


VFW Post in Andrews seeking members

With only one World War II veteran and dwindling numbers of Korean and Vietnam war veterans, Andrews Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7620 needs new members for the organization to stay alive. As the only VFW post in Cherokee County, the 57-member group works diligently to raise funds for various com


$100K moved for trials

The Graham County Board of Commissioners, anticipating a directive to move trials out of the inadequate courthouse in Robbinsville, recently set aside $100,000 for future trials in Cherokee County. "They amended the budget for $100,000.00 to account for three potential court dates in first six mon