Shoplifter flees Wal-Mart

A man is suspected of stealing a $300 dollar camera early Sunday evening at Wal-Mart near Seneca. A loss prevention representative of the store confronted the man on his way out, but the shoplifting suspect made it to the parking lot and fled toward Westminster in a blue Chevy Cavalier. He was dressed in blue jeans, wearing a navy blue […]

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Deliberations on 320 Shiloh Road

A large building suited for manufacturing at the edge of Seneca’s corporate limits but owned by the city is being recommended for annexation to the city. The Seneca Planning Commission last night agreed to ask the city council to incorporate the former Pro Pex building at 320 Shiloh Road. The commissioners also agreed to recommend a business industrial zoning classification […]

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Vacancy in Seneca

Al Shadwick resigned yesterday as a member of the Seneca Planning Commission. And the process begins to fill his seat. Those who have an interest in planning, zoning, and annexation issues for the city and would like to be considered for the position should contact the Planning and Community Development office at City Hall. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Josh Lemere a winner on TV game show

A former Walhallan scored big this week on the nationally-telecast game show “The Price is Right.” The show, in which Josh Lemere, won $28 thousand worth of prizes aired Tuesday morning on the CBS network. These days Lemere is a teacher in Charlotte, North Carolina. Among those watching Tuesday were Walhallans Lee and Martha Davenport. Their daughter, Julie Allen, accompanied […]

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Driver suffers burns in car fire

A woman suffered minor burns this morning when her car caught fire near Seneca, on South Carolina 59/the Tokeena Road. A county employee was the first to come to the aid of the driver and used his extinguisher to put out the fire. Fire fighters treated the driver until EMS arrived. The car fire occurred around 10 o’clock. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Getting to know each other at City Hall

Last night’s City Hall meeting allowed the members of the Westminster Board of Zoning Appeals to become acquainted with Tamy Sanford.  The city’s new code officer went to work October 1, and last night was a chance for her and the board to become acquainted.  It was also a chance for the board to re-organize, and it did so by […]

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Tech fills leadership jobs

Tri-County Tech has announced the filling of three leadership jobs. Grayson Kelly was named director of the Foundation. Dan Cooper will serve as director of economic development and government relations, and Glen DeHay was promoted to senior vice president. One of the three, Kelly, worked as deputy finance director and field representative for Congressman Gresham Barrett in 2009-10. He is […]

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Building owner withdraws appeal

The owner of a vacant Westminster commercial building withdrew his appeal to end a lengthy hearing last night by the city’s board of zoning appeals. William McClure, the owner of 102 W. North Avenue, put a stop to the proceeding just as it appeared the board was going to vote down his request to vary from off street parking requirements. […]

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Zoning variance allows for fire-damaged home

Westminster will allow the dwelling at 110 Cornelia Avenue to once again be a home. Benjamin Wingert’s house has been unoccupied since a January fire that partially destroyed the house. The variance that he received last night from the city Board of Zoning Appeals will allow him to re-build for occupancy purposes. After a City Hall hearing, the board decided […]

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