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James Mo Tucker Jr., 30, of 100 Walhalla Gardens Circle, was arrested on Monday after police allege his two children tested positive for marijuana.
A road-funding bill that would increase South Carolina’s gas taxes for the first time in 30 years could soon be law, after a veto-proof vote Tuesday in the House.
A candidate set to challenge for Rep. Jeff Duncan’s seat has made a plea for his constituents to ask, “What would Jesus do?” after he voted for a health care bill removing limits for charging older customers more than younger ones.
Following a traffic stop late Sunday night, three Seneca men and another from Walhalla were charged with multiple drug and weapons charges after police allege they were in possession of more than 200 grams of marijuana and a pair of stolen handguns.
With graduation ceremonies just around the corner, Clemson University began putting the finishing touches on the academic year Tuesday afternoon with its semester-ending general faculty meeting.
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative announced this week its recent Blue Ridge Fest in Pickens set a new company record in terms of charity fundraising.
Clemson City Council kicked off discussion this week on a proposed $11.8 million budget for fiscal year 2017-18 presented last week by city administrator Rick Cotton that includes a 2-mill property tax increase.
A local public health expert fears the consequences of the new health care bill passed by House Republicans will reach far beyond politics.