Westminster residents lashed out against city leaders Tuesday night for more than an hour, calling recent in-fighting “disgusting” and for a nepotism clause to be reinstituted.
Scott Allen Main, of Gail Court in Seneca, is charged with first-degree domestic violence and third-degree assault and battery.
With survey responses slowed by COVID-19, the steering committee is making a final push to gather community input on Clemson’s building moratorium.
The former Hometown Food Store building in Seneca may soon have a new owner.
The former Astro theater that has stood vacant on College Avenue in Clemson for a dozen years will stay that way for the foreseeable future, as Magnetic South Brewing Company has put plans to locate in the building on hold.
City council approved first reading of an ordinance Tuesday night allowing Seneca to issue up to $2.5 million in general obligation bonds to address a shortage of funds this fiscal year caused by city expenses in response to April’s EF3 tornado.
A 29-year-old Easley man was arrested after police allege he hit another man over the head with a champagne bottle last week, sparking a series of lifesaving events at Publix on Tiger Boulevard in Clemson.
Two Walhalla residents face multiple charges after police say an investigation revealed they took advantage of an elderly family member, stealing bars of silver and reselling them while forging checks in the victim’s name.