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Westminster teen charged with distributing meth Westminster teen charged with distributing meth

Albert Dakota Oyster-McIntyre, of Highland Avenue in Westminster, is charged with two counts of distributing meth, second offense, and was also served with two general sessions warrants.

Police: Man faces larceny, drug charges after chase Police: Man faces larceny, drug charges after chase

Joseph Coy Kilby, of South Walnut Street, is charged with grand larceny, violation of probation, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of methamphetamine, failure to stop for blue lights, driving under suspension and reckless driving.

Changes made to proposal for Keowee Trail project Changes made to proposal for Keowee Trail project

The designer of a proposed Keowee Trail mixed-use development told an audience of nearly 30, including city council and planning commission members and other local residents, that plans for the project have been revised — including fewer units and no balconies.

County officials urge caution with Christmas trees County officials urge caution with Christmas trees

Christmas trees are a staple throughout homes during the holiday season, but local emergency officials say maintaining those trees is important in order to prevent fires.

Officials working to improve 911 system affordably Officials working to improve 911 system affordably

Pickens County staff members are asking county council to give them more time to make the county’s E-911 system more efficient. 

City waives parking rules for holidays City waives parking rules for holidays

Beginning today, parking will be easier for Christmas shoppers in downtown Clemson.

Our country is definitely divided Our country is definitely divided

Willie: I live in Westminster. Please tell anyone that gets my mail not to write on the envelope.

Swinney: Playoff expansion would diminish bowl games Swinney: Playoff expansion would diminish bowl games

There’s been plenty of national chatter this week, as has become an annual occurrence around this time in the college football season, about the possibility of expanding the College Football Playoff bracket.

Outdoors: Fishing unfamiliar waters Outdoors: Fishing unfamiliar waters

With the holidays on tap, many anglers may be headed out of town to visit family or go on vacation. Travel may be destined for a fishing location, or fishing may be a by-chance occurrence.

Local cardiologists bring expertise to Oconee Local cardiologists bring expertise to Oconee

In many smaller populations, medical specialists such as cardiologists often rotate in and out from larger cities, providing services to patients once or twice a week or a few times a month.

‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign begins across South Carolina ‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign begins across South Carolina

The South Carolina Department of Public Safety’s holiday “Sober or Slammer” campaign begins this weekend.

Walhalla considering high-tech water meters Walhalla considering high-tech water meters

Walhalla utilities director Scott Parris is recommending the city test a new kind of meter, one that he says could help the city tackle leaks.

Enjoy the holidays — with safety in mind Enjoy the holidays — with safety in mind

We’re just a little more than a week from Christmas Day, and most of you are probably already well into your Christmas shopping, decorating, gift wrapping and holiday gatherings.