Article Archive for 2 March 2017
The Golden Corner Food Pantry recently received a sizable donation of more than $3,100 as a result of the Victory Garden fundraiser at Saint Paul The Apostle Catholic Church on Bountyland Road.
Qualified defendants in Walhalla’s criminal court will now have guaranteed access to legal representation.
Oconee Nuclear Station was one of the first plants in the country to begin the transition to National Fire Protection Association 805, a more risk-based standard for fire protection at nuclear power plants.
Several pieces of legislation that would have a major impact on local budgets, both public and private, saw movement in the Statehouse this week, with bills to reform South Carolina’s infrastructure funding and state retirement taking steps forward.
Coax Arnold Sanford V, 24, is now charged with pointing and presenting a firearm at another person, a felony that carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison or a fine at the discretion of the court, according to a SLED release, as well as unlawful storage, keeping or possessing a machine gun, sawed-off shotgun or rifle, a felony that carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both, upon conviction.
The annual Hospice of the Foothills Christmas Tree Festival broke a record, raising more than $167,000.
Tonight, residents will take a trip without even leaving the Clemson area.
The Walhalla Police Department began rotating between two towing companies for a four-month trial period on Wednesday.