Arrests for June 1
Westminster will kick off the month of June with a free concert downtown for Music on Main from 6-9 p.m. tonight.
Willie: Regarding the article about the success of the Westminster Street Festival, the festival itself may have been great, however, the classic car show part of it in my opinion was a bust.
With sunshine in the weekend forecast, Oconee Young Professionals organizers are spreading the invitation to the first-ever “Float and Boat Parade” far and wide.
Use our calendar to make your weekend plans.
Coaches had kicked around the idea for years, but it never managed to get off the ground.
A Memorial Day ceremony was held Wednesday morning in front of Six Mile Town Hall — two days after the nationally recognized holiday.
Construction of a long-awaited YMCA aquatic facility in Seneca has moved closer to reality.
Beginning July 1, Felicia LeRoy will officially become principal of the school her father once led for nearly three decades.
The two Democratic candidates vying in next month’s primary for the chance to try to unseat Third District Congressman Jeff Duncan took time to answer questions from voters on Tuesday night at the Anderson County Library.
Residents who live outside Walhalla city limits will see an increase in their garbage collection bills soon.
A Georgia man was arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of forgery after three suspicious checks came through Blue Ridge Bank in Seneca, police said.
When Austin McKnight was growing up, he often heard he was going to follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and answer the call to ministry.
The upcoming primaries on June 12 offer voters an opportunity to have a voice in our state’s future.
Some older professional wrestling fans remember spending many a Monday night in Greenville or other parts of the Upstate, watching their favorite wrestlers tangle to the sounds of cheers and jeers.
Well ahead of his team’s Sweet 16 run in the NCAA Tournament last season, Clemson men’s basketball coach Brad Brownell expressed frustration about fans not getting behind the team early in the season.
The intersection of Foy Creek Drive and Earle Street could see some extensive utilities work if a project discussed by Clemson City Council comes to fruition.
Walhalla’s 2018-2019 budget will include $200,000 to begin replacing the water department’s meter readers with more advanced radio readers.