Article Archive for 27 January 2015
As the former Mayor of Westminster, the owner of a business in Westminster and a property owner in Westminster, I am very familiar with the subject of utility rates. There has been so much misinformation about this subject recently that I felt the need to set the record straight.
The Corinth-Shiloh Fire Department has met with contractors regarding its building addition and has decided to revisit architectural drawings to potentially cut costs.
Local legislators say they’re encouraged over the possibility of working with South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to address the state’s longstanding roads and bridges issues.
Investigators from the Seneca Fire Department worked Monday in response to an early morning fire at a home on Evelyn Drive.
Three teachers in the School District of Pickens County have earned the distinction of becoming National Board Certified.
Offensive lineman Cory Helms (6-4, 305) of Alpharetta, Ga., who is a Wake Forest transfer, made his official visit to South Carolina over the weekend, but he needed a little bit of time on the drive home to realize what he saw in the rearview mirror is where he wanted to be.