Article Archive for 23 February 2018
Walhalla Sertoma Club president Stacy Jackson spoke to city council members during their February meeting Tuesday night about plans for the Stumphouse Music Festival.
Clemson city officials have heard the same complaints from a number of residents over the years — that the city has no need for new construction because current buildings are sitting vacant.
Seneca resident Hosea Cleveland is basing his third candidacy for South Carolina’s Third District U.S. House of Representatives seat on a coalition of his previous voters and those who sat out the 2016 election.
After Westminster City Council spent the last week nailing down its focus for the 2018-19 fiscal year, including hospitality tax requests from local businesses and nonprofits, it will move into regular business at its monthly meeting on Tuesday night.
Circuit Court Judge Leticia Verdin sentenced Dennis Ezell Gibbs Jr., 21, of Easley, to 15 years Friday after he pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact to murder. Gibbs will serve his sentence in the South Carolina Department of Corrections and receive credit for 735 days already served.
Walhalla City Council passed the first reading of an ordinance Tuesday night to clarify the law enforcement agency of authority for certain areas of the city.
Willie: Hope you’re doing well and had a great Valentine’s Day. Oconee County officials need to be reactive and move swiftly with this annexation situation.