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Charles Whitney Batts, of Dean Road, is charged with one count of trafficking heroin, three counts of trafficking meth, two counts of distribution of heroin, one count of possession with intent to distribute meth and four counts of possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
With funding secured for the expansion of the Littlejohn Community Center, Clemson City Council recently took the next step toward the construction work.
A ceremony honoring the life and legacy of Thomas Green Clemson was held Wednesday afternoon at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Pendleton.
Galen DeHay first joined Tri-County Technical College in 1999 as a biology instructor and served as a faculty member for more than 11 years before moving to an administrative position.
Seneca downtown businessman and city councilman Stuart Pohl remembers a time two decades ago when people were not intentionally coming to Ram Cat Alley or any other part of the downtown area.