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Traffic congestion in the city was chief among the topics addressed by eight candidates seeking three seats on Clemson City Council during a forum Monday night.
After calling for a special meeting to discuss negotiations on a proposed contractual arrangement between the city and the Piedmont Municipal Power Agency, Westminster City Council took no action after a more than hour-long executive session on Monday.
Henry Young said one of the primary needs he sees in Clemson is more activities for residents.
Kathy Dawn Rider, 33, of Breezewood Drive in Westminster, is charged with distribution of methamphetamine in connection with an undercover operation in January.
A letter sent by a Duke Energy official to roughly 500 customers this week referencing an earlier power outage has the utility provider clarifying the letter and a comment that some thought sounded like an endorsement of State Rep. Bill Sandifer in the upcoming general election.
An inmate at the Oconee County Detention Center was being treated at a hospital for life-threatening injuries after an apparent suicide attempt early Friday morning.