Zoning votes tonight in Clemson

June 19, 2014

Action items are on the agenda tonight of the board of zoning appeals in Clemson. The board will consider a variance to permit on-street parking in front of a home at 139 Folger Street and a special exception to allow four parcels of property zoned R-20 to be used for religious use. The meeting takes…

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Clemson beauty lands dream internship

June 19, 2014

Ali Rogers, Clemson communications studies major and first runner-up in last year’s Miss America Pageant, has landed an internship with the new College Football Playoff and will move next month to Dallas, Texas. In the 10-month paid internship, Rogers will assist the communications office of College Football Playoff. Among her responsibilities will be assembling news…

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Gearing up for hospital agreement

June 19, 2014

An Oconee Medical Center official says, during an executive session meeting Monday, the board of directors will review the agreement to bring the hospital under the umbrella of the Greenville Hospital System. But Hunter Kome, OMC chief operating officer, says a vote is not anticipated. Kome said, “We will have a separate meeting to vote…

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“But it appears perhaps it is not to be”

June 18, 2014

The project to bring a boutique hotel and restaurant to Walhalla appears to be on its last leg. And the developers have all but declared an end to their effort to remodel the former courthouse, at Main and S. Church, and save the 1956 building from eventual demolition. In an open letter to Courthouse Inn…

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Part of 123 to be re-surfaced next month

June 18, 2014

An official of the contractor says a section of U-S 123 in Seneca is planned for re-surfacing next month. The work will take place from Lindsay Road to Old Salem Road and will take in the 123-130/E-N 1st Street intersection. In length, the section of 123 is less than a mile. However, because the highway…

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Sewer rate increase in the offing

June 18, 2014

A new budget for Westminster will mean higher charges for property taxes and sewer service. The council gave direction to its staff last night to enact a 3% increase on sewer bills “effective with the next cycle” of billing. The council also approved a rare property tax increase. An additional 6 mills of taxes will…

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  • May 3, 2015Revival with Rev. James Petty
  • May 5, 2015 7:00 pmOle Fashion Revival w/Rev. Tully Griggs (Alto, GA)
  • May 7, 2015Stephens Co. Special Olympics Spring Track & Field Event
  • May 10, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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