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The South Carolina State Election Commission is refusing to turn over voter information to a White House panel investigating voter fraud, so the state’s Republican Party is stepping in to do it instead.
A Seneca man was arrested on multiple charges Wednesday, including one count of unlawful conduct toward a child, after police allege a 6-year-old he had custody of tested positive for drugs late last year.
Former Westminster mayor and longtime building consultant Derek Hodgin kicked off a five-city tour in Clemson last week, discussing a topic he admits is one of his passions — the increase in mid-rise wood construction and the pitfalls it has brought.
Two weeks after tabling the issue, Clemson City Council recently approved first reading of a proposed zoning ordinance to reduce the depth of required commercial space on the ground floor of mixed-use buildings from 50 feet to 35 feet.
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control reported Thursday that one person has been referred to a health care provider for consultation after being potentially exposed to rabies by a woodchuck, also known as a groundhog or whistle pig, which tested positive for the disease.