Article Archive for August 2017
A Seneca woman who police say was “grossly intoxicated” upon their arrival was arrested on a weapons charge early Friday after officers claim she fired a .357 pistol into the ground outside of a Ram Cat Alley business.
The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office supports allowing states to use technology for jamming cellphone signals in prisons.
Those planning to file for seats for mayor and town council in Central or for council seats in Six Mile have until noon today to do so.
At 8 a.m. Saturday, 90 people poured into the parking lot behind First United Methodist Church in Westminster to lend a hand in the city’s cleanup event.