Article Archive for June 2017
With their city facing a partial shutdown, Westminster residents’ concerns grew before Monday night’s budget vote.
In a last-ditch effort to finalize the city budget for the upcoming fiscal year and avoid a partial shutdown of city operations next week, Westminster City Council officially finalized its budget Monday night.
Less than a week before a local water district holds nominations for its board of directors, the plaintiffs in a legal battle over a proposed $19 million water treatment plant hit back at the district Friday when they alleged it broke state law by contracting for the plant.
When public health expert Dr. Lee Crandall last talked to The Journal, he was sure senators would find the health care bill passed by House Republicans “unpopular” enough to craft a less extreme version.
According to a news release from the sheriff’s office, deputies responded to the school on June 13 after an alarm was activated.
According to the city of Clemson utilities department and Anderson Regional Joint Water System, efforts are underway to treat the latest bout of taste and odor problems impacting customers of the ARJWS system.
Two more big commitments are scheduled for this week, one each impacting Clemson and South Carolina. Today running back Zamir White of Laurinburg, N.C., is set to announce for Clemson, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State or Alabama. White has said nothing publicly about his recruiting for weeks.