Case remains with plaintiffs’ side

November 5, 2013
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A Trehel Corporation employee testified yesterday in the trial over the quality of work at a complex of Lake Keowee townhouses. John Folk’s testimony followed that of Derek Hodgin’s. A professional engineer, Hodgin was employed on behalf of Stoneledge homeowners to assess what’s needed to repair their townhomes. After a one-day break last Friday, the…

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Amid protests, project delayed

November 5, 2013
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After meeting with protesters, Seneca’s utilities director says his city will wait one more week before starting work to convert a former school into the city’s new Light and Water complex. The first work begun yesterday morning came to an abrupt halt when protesters from neighborhood told workers to stop. “We didn’t know this was…

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Votes count today in two Oconee towns

November 5, 2013
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Atop the hour (at 7 a-m,) Walhalla and Westminster voters may begin to cast their ballots to fill city council seats in their cities. Voting takes place at each city’s fire department and will continue until 7 tonight. In both Walhalla and Westminster, it’s a six-for-three proposition—meaning that each ballot contains the names of six…

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Police say man arrested driving stolen golf cart

November 5, 2013
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Campus police at Clemson say they have arrested an 18-year old man who they say was driving a stolen golf cart. Grant Harris Henning of Little Silver, New Jersey was arrested around 2:30 Saturday morning after the campus police say they stopped a golf cart that was being driven with no lights on Cherry Road.…

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Pedestrian arrested at West Union

November 4, 2013
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A man seen walking late at night in the middle of a West Union street was stopped by a county deputy and later arrested on three charges. According to the Sheriff’s Office, the deputy approached the man to learn his identity and find out why he was walking in the middle of Railroad Street—in the…

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Civil trial enters week two

November 4, 2013
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After a one-day break Friday, the trial over the quality of work at a complex of Lake Keowee townhouses resumed today in the Oconee Common Pleas Court. In the first half of today, plaintiff’s witness Derek Hodgin completed his testimony. Hodgin was employed on behalf of Stoneledge homeowners to assess what needs to be done…

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