Darlington High athletics director announces resignation

Phil Jones, athletics director for Darlington High School, announced April 17 that he will resign his position at the end of the academic year in order to pursue other professional opportunities. Jones joined Darlington High School in 2013. During his time at the head of athletic programs for the school, he worked to provide and advance many positive opportunities for student-athletes. He also worked to improve athletic facilities at...

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Representative James Smith critical of actions taken on solar bill

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Representative James Smith recently met with solar industry employees at Summit Solar in downtown Greenville to discuss the recent events at the Statehouse. Speaking with reporters, Representative James Smith emphasized that, “We must come together and find a solution that will move South Carolina forward and ensure that its citizens, and not corporate special interests, are put first. We need to...

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Noble releases his Reform Energy Policy

South Carolina Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate, Phil Noble has released his Radical Better Energy Reform Policy. Noble’s plan calls for radical reforms in order to protect consumers and create a sustainable energy future at the lowest possible cost. “Everything is on the table; we need big, bold and radically better reforms” said Noble. “The guiding principles are: 1) 100 percent refund of consumers’ money, 2) sending those guilty...

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Catherine Templeton unveils Treat Criminals Like Criminals Policy

Republican gubernatorial candidate Catherine Templeton unveiled her Treat Criminals Like Criminals platform today. Speaking on the Bob Mclain Show, a popular conservative talk radio program in the Upstate, Templeton said it was time to “treat criminals like criminals,” bring back the firing squad, and jam cell phones in prisons. “I will lead a major crackdown in the criminal justice system and will restore order and discipline to...

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A New Tradition: ‘Just go for it and be 100 percent in. Don’t give up.’
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A New Tradition: ‘Just go for it and be 100 percent in. Don’t give up.’

EDITOR’S NOTE: The News and Press will be running several stories in a series on women who work in male-dominated industries. Sometimes called non-traditional workers, these women found jobs and careers that they love and didn’t let gender stereotypes keep them from pursuing their passions. By Melissa Rollins, Editor, editor@newsandpress.net To say that Meghan Davis lives a full life is an understatement. The 23-year-old is a...

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