Article Archive for 13 October 2017
In recent years, law enforcement officers have appeared at various governmental meetings — including some in Pickens County — as a safeguard when volatile issues are discussed or approved.
During his 22 years as executive director of Clemson Area Transit, Al Babinicz was known for being on the cutting edge while moving CAT to bendy buses, electric buses and even construction of a state-of-the-art facility on West Lane.
Pickens County Council advanced an ordinance recently amending the terms of a settlement in 2015 between the county and city of Easley concerning tax increment financing.
Before he took to the podium Thursday night, Michael Cogdill’s eyes welled with tears while a public service announcement played inside the Walhalla Middle School auditorium.
Tiffany Dawn Forshee, 23, of 507 Cooke Drive in Westminster, was charged with one count of possession of a stolen vehicle in the theft of a 2017 Harley Davidson Iron 833 Sportster that was allegedly taken from another home on Cooke Drive on Sept. 2, according to a statement released by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office.
Charged with murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and kidnapping in the Jan. 13, 2015, stabbing death of Jeremy Lee Little, Kenneth Strother Collins Jr., 26, is set to go before Judge Scott Sprouse in general sessions court next week.
Willie: What is up with Walhalla varsity football paying their players?