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A boil-water advisory has been lifted for Westminster water system customers after a second set of water samples taken from the water system on Thursday indicated “the system is now safe to use for drinking and cooking purposes,” according to officials.
The three newly elected Clemson City Council members said this week they want to see something done to alleviate the problems road closures are causing for businesses along S.C. Highway 93 from Palmetto’s Smokehouse to the Esso Club.
With 2018 in the rearview mirror, Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey said he’s proud of the progress his city has made and has his eyes set on continuing the good work this year.
AnMed Health has stopped short of limiting visitation at its facilities for the remainder of flu season, but officials are asking visitors to stay away from the hospital and use the emergency department strictly for emergencies.
Plans for the new Clemson Brewery at the Astro at the same site that housed the Astro Triple theater for 37 years continue to move forward, with the sale of the property finalized last month.
Two people have potentially been exposed to rabies after being bitten and scratched by a stray cat that tested positive for the disease.
Preliminary results of water samples taken from the Westminster water system on Wednesday showed the water “was within acceptable limits,” but a boil-water advisory remains in effect while officials wait for results of a second round of sampling expected today.
State Rep. Gary Clary said Thursday that South Carolina Department of Transportation officials are looking at alternatives that don’t involve a concrete median to curb traffic accidents on Tiger Boulevard.
Members of the Oconee County Council met with the planning commission and Alta Planning and Design representatives Thursday night to make sure everyone is on the same page with the rewriting of the county’s comprehensive plan.
The Jericho Project, a housing project at Southern Wesleyan University designed to serve those with special-needs and student mentors, is showing visible signs of progress.