Article Archive for 28 March 2017
Westminster residents now have another option for cutting their housing costs in certain zoning districts.
Muhammad Ibin Jones, 27, was brought back to the Upstate on Monday after a Seneca Police Department officer picked him up from the Fulton County (Ga.) Jail.
During a video interview with Clemson detective James Peppers shortly after his arrest Sept. 11, 2014, Clemson resident Michael Taquarius Rencher said he knew something was wrong during his visit to Goldenwoods Apartments several hours earlier.
A local state legislator has expressed concern Pioneer Rural Water District did not follow the law requiring it to provide for an independent audit of a proposed $19 million water treatment plant.
Dear Willie: I have submitted two comments about the city of Seneca and their dealings with a veteran nonprofit and their fundraiser.