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Westminster City Council approved first reading Tuesday night of its 2019-20 fiscal year general fund and utility budgets that include water rate increases, hikes in garbage fees and a 3 percent pay raise for all employees.
Though the original light fixtures have been replaced with high-tech bulbs and the swimming pool is now used for storage rather than exercise, Holtzendorff Hall helped make more YMCA memories Tuesday night.
During initial discussions last year for the city of Clemson’s capital campaign to provide a third gym at the Central-Clemson Recreation Center, a new Arts Center and expanded African-American Museum, steering committee members invited the Clemson Community Foundation into the process.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office recently announced three available spots for two of its lifesaving programs that allow emergency responders fast access to people in need.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has seen an increased number of hepatitis A cases in Aiken County, prompting the organization to define the spread as a statewide outbreak.
West Union officials plans to show appreciation to the town’s seven employees with an annual event each June, as town council approved an Employee Appreciation Day at its meeting Tuesday night.
Seneca City Council is scheduled to discuss the possibility of prohibiting dogs and other pets at city-sponsored events at its meeting tonight.
Sarah Kathleen Holbrooks, 33, of Westminster, faces one count of distribution of methamphetamine and multiple traffic violations. Marc Patrick Honea, 36, of Seneca, was charged with possession of marijuana and ticketed for possession of drug paraphernalia.