Article Archive for 17 May 2018
Blue Ridge Arts Center’s latest show, “Garden Party,” has blossomed into one of the larger shows the center has hosted in recent years.
While the reception to dedicate the Martin House at Sandifer Funeral Home was an emotional moment to open a more home-like option and hand the keys to the next director, Cecil Sandifer made a point to give back to the community that gave so much to him.
A Tuesday meeting between a representative of the Piedmont Municipal Power Agency and Westminster City Council was scrapped at the last minute due to questions about the ability of the meeting to be held in public.
With Doc Redman leading the way with a runner-up finish, Clemson took second place at the NCAA Bryan Regional on Wednesday, locking up a spot in the NCAA National Tournament in Stillwater, Okla., on May 25.
Walhalla City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night allowing the city to partner with a company to collect business license fees.