SPARTANBURG, S.C. —Nearly 200 people gathered outside the Macedonia Baptist Church to show unity after the Charleston church shooting that killed nine people. Read more at www.wyff4.com.
We shall overcome — that is the message the state of South Carolina is sending to the rest of the nation in wake of the massacre in Charleston. People all over the state have been gathering and holding prayer vigils that have often crossed races and denominations in the hopes
Prayers for Charleston Date and Time: Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 9:00am Location: Macedonia Baptist Church, 502 S. Daniel Morgan Avenue, Spartanburg, SC 29302 Join the Spartanburg Branch of NAACP in Collaboration with community and faith leaders as we remember those we lost in Charleston. For More Details: Brenda Lee
Spartanburg City Council on Monday gave its initial approval of a $35.9 million budget, a spending plan that includes a raise for city employees and sets aside funds for Tasers for patrol and traffic officers. It does not include a tax increase. It also does not include funds for police
WATCH VIDEO Spartanburg, SC June, 8th 2015- The Spartanburg NAACP thanks the Spartanburg City Council for requring money be set aside for police body cameras. City Council has asked city staff to provide a budget that includes money to buy body cameras for all first responder police officer (85 officers).
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) – Governor Nikki Haley now has a bill on her desk that takes the first step in equipping all South Carolina police agencies with body cameras. The measure passed Thursday gives departments about a year to create body camera policies, addressing which officers will wear them,
To the Spartanburg Community, City Council, and City Law Enforcement, Spartanburg, SC, June 4th, 2015 – The Spartanburg Branch of the NAACP Applauds Police Chief Alonzo Thompson’s request for body cameras on all Spartanburg Police Officers. We encourage the Spartanburg City Council to grant his request in full. While we
Columbia, SC May 26th, 2015- The Spartanburg Branch of the NAACP dialogued with L. W. Conder Elementary School students for Career Day. President Monier Abusaft spoke about the legal profession and what is required to become an attorney.