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Charles Warner

Position: Content Manager
E-Mail Address: cwarner@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 864-427-1234


About Charles Warner

Charles Warner is the content manager of The Union Daily Times. He covers Union City Council, Union County Council and other local governments, local politics, business and economic development, schools, and crime. Charles can be reached at 864-427-1234, ext. 1952, or by email at cwarner@civitasmedia.com.

Latest Stories by Charles Warner

UNION COUNTY — The new executive director of Union County Disabilities and Special Needs brings nearly 25 years experience to the position including a brief stint as interim executive director in the 1990s.
On Friday, Robbie Littlejohn, chairman of the Union County Disabilities and Special Needs Board, announced that Amy Smith had been appoi

Excited about the opportunity

UNION COUNTY — The new executive director of Union County Disabilities and Special Needs brings nearly 25 years experience to the position including a brief stint as interim executive director in the 1990s. On Friday, Robbie Littlejohn, chairman of the Union County Disabilities and Special Needs Board, announced that Amy Smith had been appoi

UNION — A new community group's plans to beautify downtown Union moved a step closer to fruition the last week of February when City of Union crews removed old, diseased Holly trees from along Main Street.
The Union County Community Vibrancy Committee was formed Jan. 1 with the goal of working with the City of Union and Union County to impro

Beautification begins

UNION — A new community group's plans to beautify downtown Union moved a step closer to fruition the last week of February when City of Union crews removed old, diseased Holly trees from along Main Street. The Union County Community Vibrancy Committee was formed Jan. 1 with the goal of working with the City of Union and Union County to impro

BUFFALO — An organization that provides hairpieces for children suffering hair loss got some help for its efforts through a donation from a little girl in Buffalo.
MyKenzie Bevis, 6, was recently taken by her mother, Jessica Taylor, to Hair Designs and More where 10 inches of the child's hair was braided and then cut off by Jackie Rector.
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Donating a lock of love

BUFFALO — An organization that provides hairpieces for children suffering hair loss got some help for its efforts through a donation from a little girl in Buffalo. MyKenzie Bevis, 6, was recently taken by her mother, Jessica Taylor, to Hair Designs and More where 10 inches of the child's hair was braided and then cut off by Jackie Rector. N

Sunday, March 8
2:30 p.m.: The Maple Ridge Baptist Church Musical Choir celebrates their 28th Choir Anniversary at Maple Ridge Church. The public is invited. Rev. Johnny Johnson, Pastor.
Friday, March 13
7 p.m.: The 2nd Annual Union County Prayer Movement Prayer Conference will be held at Community Missionary Church on Lockhart-Union Highway in

The people of God

Sunday, March 8 2:30 p.m.: The Maple Ridge Baptist Church Musical Choir celebrates their 28th Choir Anniversary at Maple Ridge Church. The public is invited. Rev. Johnny Johnson, Pastor. Friday, March 13 7 p.m.: The 2nd Annual Union County Prayer Movement Prayer Conference will be held at Community Missionary Church on Lockhart-Union Highway in

Saturday, Feb. 28
5 p.m.: Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 478 Cedar Grove Road, Jonesville, invites you to join us for a Soup & Salad Dinner at 5 p.m. Facilitator will be Pastor Darryl Stackhouse, Pastor of New Bethel, Spartanburg. Presented by the Kingdom Hearts Ministry. Rev. Edward Pressley, Pastor.
6 p.m.: Outreach Deliverance Chur

The greatest wealth of all

Saturday, Feb. 28 5 p.m.: Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 478 Cedar Grove Road, Jonesville, invites you to join us for a Soup & Salad Dinner at 5 p.m. Facilitator will be Pastor Darryl Stackhouse, Pastor of New Bethel, Spartanburg. Presented by the Kingdom Hearts Ministry. Rev. Edward Pressley, Pastor. 6 p.m.: Outreach Deliverance Chur

UNION COUNTY — Some students in the Union County Career and Technology Center's Cosmetology Class had their creativity tested in a “Love Story” hairdressing competition this week.
Eighteen of the 26 students enrolled in the course took part in the competition that teacher Amy Cash said had as its theme “Love Story.” C

'Love Story' competition

UNION COUNTY — Some students in the Union County Career and Technology Center's Cosmetology Class had their creativity tested in a “Love Story” hairdressing competition this week. Eighteen of the 26 students enrolled in the course took part in the competition that teacher Amy Cash said had as its theme “Love Story.” C

UNION COUNTY — Below normal temperatures that helped bring sleet, freezing rain and snow to Union County will give way to higher than normal temperatures and rain next week.
Over the past two weeks, two winter storm systems have passed through Union County with the first bringing below freezing temperatures that at one point dropped into the

Rain in the forecast

UNION COUNTY — Below normal temperatures that helped bring sleet, freezing rain and snow to Union County will give way to higher than normal temperatures and rain next week. Over the past two weeks, two winter storm systems have passed through Union County with the first bringing below freezing temperatures that at one point dropped into the

UNION COUNTY — A personnel report for the coming school year, three field trips, and the addition of new activities to an overseas trip were approved by the Union County School Board of School Trustees this week.
Personnel
Trustees voted unanimously to approve the personnel report which recommended the hiring of the following faculty member

Trustees approve new personnel

UNION COUNTY — A personnel report for the coming school year, three field trips, and the addition of new activities to an overseas trip were approved by the Union County School Board of School Trustees this week. Personnel Trustees voted unanimously to approve the personnel report which recommended the hiring of the following faculty member

UNION — One room in the newly refurbished Union Services building on Industrial Park is serving as an art gallery for paintings produced by a number of consumers served by the program.
The Union Services building at 737 Industrial Park Road, Union, was recently reopened after being closed for 18 months because of flooding. During that time t

Some very special paintings

UNION — One room in the newly refurbished Union Services building on Industrial Park is serving as an art gallery for paintings produced by a number of consumers served by the program. The Union Services building at 737 Industrial Park Road, Union, was recently reopened after being closed for 18 months because of flooding. During that time t

UNION COUNTY — More than a third of the 11 students competing in Spartanburg Community College's annual welding competition are enrolled at the Union County Advanced Technology Center.
Welding Instructor Jason Pace and Site Coordinator Kathy Jo Lancaster announced this week that four students in UCATC's Welding Program have been selected to

Four chosen to compete

UNION COUNTY — More than a third of the 11 students competing in Spartanburg Community College's annual welding competition are enrolled at the Union County Advanced Technology Center. Welding Instructor Jason Pace and Site Coordinator Kathy Jo Lancaster announced this week that four students in UCATC's Welding Program have been selected to

UNION COUNTY — Winter again made its presence felt in Union County with up to an inch of snow falling Monday night and is expected to do so again with a second of round of snow tonight.
Last week, a winter storm system brought below freezing temperatures that at one point fell into the single digits that had both the county and other organiz

More snow in the forecast

UNION COUNTY — Winter again made its presence felt in Union County with up to an inch of snow falling Monday night and is expected to do so again with a second of round of snow tonight. Last week, a winter storm system brought below freezing temperatures that at one point fell into the single digits that had both the county and other organiz

UNION — “Every Child is an Artist” in the Union County Arts Council's “Mini Monet” program which gets under way this Saturday.
UCAC Coordinator Amber Ivey announced that the first Mini Monet program will be held Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the Arts Council's gallery on Main Street in downtown Union.
“Union Count

'Every Child is an artist'

UNION — “Every Child is an Artist” in the Union County Arts Council's “Mini Monet” program which gets under way this Saturday. UCAC Coordinator Amber Ivey announced that the first Mini Monet program will be held Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the Arts Council's gallery on Main Street in downtown Union. “Union Count

UNION — The students and staff of USC Union are rolling up their sleeves for a good cause Wednesday and inviting the people of Union County to do the same.
In a statement released Wednesday, Feb. 18, The Blood Connection announced that it needed donors to help it replenish its blood supply. The press release stated that winter weather condit

USC Union holding blood drive

UNION — The students and staff of USC Union are rolling up their sleeves for a good cause Wednesday and inviting the people of Union County to do the same. In a statement released Wednesday, Feb. 18, The Blood Connection announced that it needed donors to help it replenish its blood supply. The press release stated that winter weather condit

UNION — A committee of community advocates is looking to join with the City of Union, Union County and other local groups and organizations to beautify downtown Union.
According to a report prepared for Union City Council by Mayor Harold Thompson, the Union County Community Vibrancy Committee was formed Jan. 1, 2015 with the goal of working

Beautifying downtown Union

UNION — A committee of community advocates is looking to join with the City of Union, Union County and other local groups and organizations to beautify downtown Union. According to a report prepared for Union City Council by Mayor Harold Thompson, the Union County Community Vibrancy Committee was formed Jan. 1, 2015 with the goal of working

UNION — More space and lighting were among the changes participants in the “Re-Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting” ceremony found as they toured the recently renovated and newly reopened Union Services building Thursday morning.
Union Services Director Lou Stackhouse was assisted by City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson in cutting the ri

Brighter and more spacious

UNION — More space and lighting were among the changes participants in the “Re-Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting” ceremony found as they toured the recently renovated and newly reopened Union Services building Thursday morning. Union Services Director Lou Stackhouse was assisted by City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson in cutting the ri

UNION COUNTY — For the second day in a row local schools will operate on a two-hour delay Friday morning because of temperatures that are expected to fall below 10 degrees overnight.
A winter storm system that passed through Union County on Monday brought below freezing temperatures and sleet and freezing rain that caused power outages for h

Schools to operate Friday on a two-hour delay

UNION COUNTY — For the second day in a row local schools will operate on a two-hour delay Friday morning because of temperatures that are expected to fall below 10 degrees overnight. A winter storm system that passed through Union County on Monday brought below freezing temperatures and sleet and freezing rain that caused power outages for h

UNION COUNTY — Officials are urging people who find themselves without warm shelter in the face of extreme cold tonight to call 911 for information on where to find it.
In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Union County Sheriff David Taylor the Union County Emergency Management Division announced that, due to the extreme drop in tempe

Cold but clear

UNION COUNTY — Officials are urging people who find themselves without warm shelter in the face of extreme cold tonight to call 911 for information on where to find it. In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Union County Sheriff David Taylor the Union County Emergency Management Division announced that, due to the extreme drop in tempe

UNION COUNTY — Officials are urging people who find themselves without warm shelter in the face of extreme cold either tonight and/or Thursday night to call 911 for information on where to find it.
In a statement released this afternoon, Union County Sheriff David Taylor the Union County Emergency Management Division announced that, due to t

Call 911 for warm shelter

UNION COUNTY — Officials are urging people who find themselves without warm shelter in the face of extreme cold either tonight and/or Thursday night to call 911 for information on where to find it. In a statement released this afternoon, Union County Sheriff David Taylor the Union County Emergency Management Division announced that, due to t

UNION COUNTY — The winter weather system that brought freezing and below freezing temperatures, freezing rain and sleet to the Upstate caused several hundred Union County residents to lose power early Tuesday morning.
The winter storm that moved through the Upstate on Monday and Tuesday brought with it conditions that caused the temperatures

Storm causes outages

UNION COUNTY — The winter weather system that brought freezing and below freezing temperatures, freezing rain and sleet to the Upstate caused several hundred Union County residents to lose power early Tuesday morning. The winter storm that moved through the Upstate on Monday and Tuesday brought with it conditions that caused the temperatures

UNION — A total of 137 people took advantage of the Heart Day 2015 Health Fair at Wallace Thomson Hospital to get their health checked and learn more about living healthy.
Heart Day is an annual event hosted by Wallace Thomson and, as in years past, this year's Health Fair was held in the lobby of the hospital.
Also as in years past, hospit

137 attend Heart Day

UNION — A total of 137 people took advantage of the Heart Day 2015 Health Fair at Wallace Thomson Hospital to get their health checked and learn more about living healthy. Heart Day is an annual event hosted by Wallace Thomson and, as in years past, this year's Health Fair was held in the lobby of the hospital. Also as in years past, hospit





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