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NHN program helps advertise small business mission
Westminster faces another monumental challenge as it grapples how to repair its raw water intake station after warnings from officials that it could be on the brink of failing.
Just days after officials said the Seneca Tornado Relief Fund was running out of money, a local cardiology office presented a check for $10,100 to help replenish the fund to help victims of the EF3 tornado that struck the city on April 13.
Homeownership is valuable to Realtors, and a nationwide fund to help cover mortgage payments in the wake of disaster has been granted to Oconee and Pickens counties.
Walhalla pool set to open Monday By Norm Cannada The Journal WALHALLA — The Walhalla pool’s summer season is set to begin next week with some new procedures in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic. City recreation director John Galbreath said Friday the pool is scheduled to be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]
The Journal staff WALHALLA — A 55-year-old Salem woman was charged with trafficking methamphetamine after Oconee County Sheriff’s Office deputies said they found roughly 450 grams of narcotics in her vehicle Thursday. Mamie Jane Black, of Whitewater Falls Road, is charged with trafficking more than 400 grams of meth. She was in custody at the […]
Arrests for May 30