Union County News and Printing, LLC is Union County, SC's only locally owned and operated newspaper and printshop. The business was founded in October of 2009 by Anna and Robert Brown. Anna Brown, Graham Williams and Brian Whitmore launched the new paper as a service to the community - providing the county with a hometown news source each Monday. The print shop, operated by Rick Drain, opened in December. Patsy Eubanks greets customers at the front desk.
From front to back, the Union County News, publishes news, sports and feature stories pertaining only to Union County - its people and events. Our award-winning writers have more than 50 years of experience covering local news and sports. They live and work here and know the community. Columnists include: Ralph Greer, Paul Davis, and Wishie Hines' The Scribbler. Features include: Cook of the Week, jumbo crossword puzzle, free weddings, engagements and birth announcements.
The print shop offers letterheads, envelopes, business cards, two- and three-part forms, receipt books, newsletters, flyers, color copies and much more.
A rich heritage
The Union County News name has a proud heritage. Another newspaper by that name was operated by the late W.H. "Bill" Whitehead and his wife, Gladys. It served the area from July 20, 1966, until 1988. Published on Wednesdays, The Union County News was a family operation dedicated to local news. Whitehead's daughers Nancy Whitehead Lawson and Tammi Whitehead Brock, gave the Browns permission to revive the name and continue the legacy.
Our Mission Statement
Our employee handbook is the Bible and our mission statement is the Golden Rule. We are your family, we are your friends and we are one of you. We are the Union County News.
Union County News and Printing
108 East Main Street, Union, South Carolina, 29379