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Clemson resident Angel Perkins, an opponent of the Senate health care bill, marched in downtown Pendleton on Tuesday for her daughter.
Since torrential rain opened up a large sinkhole on North Townville Street in Seneca on June 13, South Carolina Department of Transportation crews have been working diligently to repair the damage.
The transformer will move from Newry up S.C. Highway 130, a process that will take approximately four hours to complete, according to Duke Energy South Carolina communications manager Chris Rimel.
Justin Nathan, of 200A S. Pine St., is charged with one count of first-degree burglary and one count of petit larceny, according to arrest warrants.
With their city facing a partial shutdown, Westminster residents’ concerns grew before Monday night’s budget vote.