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State Rep. Gary Clary announced Friday he does not plan to seek re-election next year.
Relocating a pipeline to feed into Walhalla’s new water plant has hit a snag.
Higher-than-average rainfall has forced Lakeside Lodge Clemson to move back its projected opening date, but the developers have named the property’s restaurant after a woman from the time of the American Revolution.
When the S.C General Assembly returns to Columbia for a brief special session later this month, it will have several specific agenda items on its to-do list including dealing with the fate of state-owned utility Santee Cooper, which is several billion dollars in debt.
Today is Confederate Memorial Day in South Carolina, a day to remember those from the state who died during the Civil War more than 150 years ago.
Whiles plans for a concrete median along a quarter-mile stretch of Tiger Boulevard have been scrapped, a smaller one may be erected on the busy highway in the next several months.