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The Pickens County Museum of Art and History kicked off its “150 Days of Pickens County History” campaign recently with a special event in which Pickens County mayors read from letters and other contents placed in a time capsule that was buried at the Pickens County Courthouse in 1968.
Westminster City Council has scheduled a special meeting next month to address a group of condemnations and a discussion on sanitation.
Thomas Gregory Lockridge Jr., of Rocky Knoll Road, is charged with kidnapping and second-degree domestic violence in connection with an incident Monday afternoon.
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division agents arrested 44-year-old Marc Matthew Justice and charged him with stalking and first-degree harassment Tuesday.
Walhalla police are looking for a person who threw flaming jars of gasoline at the Oconee County Department of Social Services office in the early-morning hours of Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
An engineering firm has concluded a floor collapse in Clemson that sent more than two dozen people to area hospitals last month was a result of “the rhythmic jumping up and down of the closely spaced crowd” and not an issue with the building’s truss system.