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Commission recommends new zoning district Commission recommends new zoning district

A new residential zoning district — with a minimum lot size of just less than a quarter of an acre — could soon be a part of the city’s zoning ordinance.

Clemson BAR delays vote on updated Dockside project Clemson BAR delays vote  on updated Dockside project

Members of the Clemson Board of Architectural Review were generally pleased with revisions presented by the developer of the mixed-use Dockside project Tuesday night, but they decided to hold off on final approval until a few additional changes are made.

Arrests made in fire death of man, 27 Arrests made in fire death of man, 27

Two people were arrested Wednesday in connection with last month’s death of a homeless man as the result of a fire authorities say the other two apparently set in the abandoned house in the Utica mill community to stay warm.

Westminster amends budget for projects, fund Westminster amends budget for projects, fund

Westminster has amended its budget to pay for several capital investment projects and create an emergency appropriation account, but two council members opposed the final vote. 

‘It’s unconscionable’ — Official says more help needed for ‘precariously housed’ in wake of fires ‘It’s unconscionable’ — Official says more help needed for ‘precariously housed’ in wake of fires

The temperature is expected to drop below freezing tonight, and a white flag will likely be placed outside the Our Daily Rest building on East Main Street in Seneca.

Central gets clean financial audit Central gets clean financial audit

The town of Central has received an unmodified opinion on its annual financial audit, the highest mark that can be given.

Longtime Westminster rec director wins top state award Longtime Westminster rec director wins top state award

Last Friday, Herb Poole was in Hilton Head for the final day of a Sports Management Institute conference after being needled by his boss to attend. 

Town takes step toward annexing new property Town takes step toward annexing new property

With a public hearing and second reading to be held in January, the West Union Town Council took its first step toward annexing nearly 4 acres into the town’s limits Tuesday night.