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BAR member: 405 College project out of our hands BAR member: 405 College project out of our hands

After a larger than normal crowd attended the meeting Tuesday, one Board of Architectural Review member reminded residents the board has no say in determining whether the 405 College Avenue mixed use development becomes reality.

Greg Oliver: Bonilla contract another reminder why this is a great country Greg Oliver: Bonilla contract another reminder why this is a great country

By all accounts, Bobby Bonilla was a good baseball player, but not a great one.

Seneca celebrates in style Seneca celebrates in style

Independence Day signifies freedom and sacrifice to millions across the United States, but it also holds a more sentimental meaning for John and Julie Homans.

Westminster event fills community need Westminster event fills community need

Alvin and Brenda Cain were relaxing under the shade of their golf cart, taking in the sights and sounds of Westminster’s new Independence Day celebration on Main Street Thursday afternoon. 

‘Where I belong’: Locals talk significance of Independence Day ‘Where I belong’: Locals talk significance of Independence Day

Yousef Mefleh can still remember the day his feet first touched down on United States soil back on a cold December day in 1978.

Honey and the Hot Rods to return to WMC Honey and the Hot Rods to return to WMC

Westminster’s Music on Main series continues Friday in the middle of summer heat, but the weather isn’t stopping the party. 

Police: Man shot stolen gun at woman Police: Man shot stolen gun at woman

Harry Oglesby, 69, of Moore Avenue, is charged with domestic violence of high and aggravated nature, possession of a deadly weapon during a crime and possession of stolen goods.

You all had better be wearing red, white and blue today! You all had better be wearing red, white and blue today!

Willie says: Now listen up, friends. You all had better be wearing red, white and blue today!

Clemson, Walhalla kick off July 4 festivities Clemson, Walhalla kick off July 4 festivities

Independence Day celebrations got an early start in Clemson and Walhalla as residents came together to celebrate freedom, food, family, friends, entertainment and, of course, fireworks.

Tigers tip off as Team USA in Italy Tigers tip off as Team USA in Italy

CLEMSON — The Clemson men’s basketball team has some uniquely patriotic Fourth of July plans this year — the Tigers are in Italy representing the United States today playing against some of Finland’s best young talent.

Some news isn’t even news at all Some news isn’t even news at all

Editor: The message of your front-page article in the July 3 edition, “DHEC to arrange agreement with sewer authority” by Norm Cannada is an embarrassment to our otherwise forward thinking county.

Happy birthday, America! Happy birthday, America!

Most of you are looking forward to a day off from work and/or time with friends and family at the many private and public gatherings today celebrating our nation’s 243rd birthday.