Article Archive for 3 February 2018
A Fair Play man was arrested after police allege he drove without headlights in the middle of Martin Creek Road early Thursday morning, resulting in various traffic-related charges on top of counts of shoplifting and possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
A group of Hamilton Career Center biomedical students were among those recently honored at the 19th annual InnoVision Awards dinner at the Spartanburg Marriott.
A museum on wheels will be stopping at Clemson University Monday, offering an educational experience in African-American history.
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A public hearing recently held on an ordinance that would provide relief to a list of specified properties deemed to be culturally significant resulted in no comments from citizens in attendance.
After a second meeting with residents Thursday for public input, advocates for extending sewer to Interstate 85 in southern Oconee County are continuing to pursue plans to secure funding for the project.
Members of the Pickens County Legislative Delegation told a group gathered for the Pickens United meeting Monday that the controversial SCANA-Santee Cooper-V.C. Summer issue is continuing to be their primary focus in the S.C. General Assembly.