Article Archive for 1 December 2017
Clemson planning and codes director Todd Steadman is seeking to clear up what he calls “incomplete information” when it comes to the future of on-street parking in downtown Clemson.
A standing tradition that had dropped off Westminster’s radar until last year has seemingly been brought back to life with the combined efforts of three local residents.
Capt. Jeff Stone said Pierre S. Davis was charged with distribution of ecstasy, distribution of ecstasy within proximity of Clemson University and resisting arrest. Davis was taken into custody Thursday by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Fugitive Task Force and later booked into the Pickens County Detention Center, where he was still being held on a $26,000 surety bond at press time Friday.
The board of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority is scheduled to consider a revised letter Monday in response to Oconee County’s request for the authority to take over ownership, operation and maintenance of the Golden Corner Commerce Park pump station.
The 27th annual S.T.A.R.S. Christmas Craft Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Monday at the Hamilton Career Center on Vocational Drive and continue through Dec. 15. This year, shoppers can expect a number of new items to go along with old favorites.
The Seneca High School Choral Department will present “Sounds of the Season” at 8 p.m. Friday at Seneca Baptist Church.
Willie: How is it the year 2017 and teachers are still not being given a break during the day?