Nationwide Insurance Breach

November 23, 2012
Nationwide Insurance Breach

Nearly 12,500 South Carolinians are victims of yet another on-line security break.  The SC Department of Insurance has been notified by Nationwide Insurance  that a portion of Nationwide’s computer network was criminally intruded upon by an unidentified perpetrator. Upon discovering the attack, Nationwide  took immediate actions to contain the intrusion.   Nationwide says 12,490 South Carolina…

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The Shopping-est Time of the Year

November 23, 2012
The Shopping-est Time of the Year

The shopping season began earlier than usual this year. Retailers such as Wal-Mart, Kmart, Target & Sears opened their doors last night following the Thanksgiving feast. The early sales were not without incident. Reports from across the upstate indicate heavier than usual traffic and congested areas. A threat at a Greenwood Wal-Mart caused a temporary…

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Escaped prisoner captured

November 21, 2012

The Pickens County Sheriff’s Department has announced that one of two escaped prisoners is back in custody today. Detention Center inmate Jonathan Dean Moody was apprehend around noon today in a wooded area, just north of U-S 178, less than one mile from the detention center. A second inmate, Rickylee Smith, remained at large.

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Seneca pedestrian accident

November 21, 2012

A Seneca man has been taken to the hospital after being hit by a car at the Miracle Circle intersection. By the 1 o’clock hour today, the police said, the injuries suffered by Christopher Lathaniel Cunningham were unknown. Captain Jeremy Rothell said the accident occurred as Cunningham was attempting to cross U-S 123 between Miracle…

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Lack of bathroom threatens Old St John’s work

November 21, 2012

Maxie Duke is worried whether the project will succeed to restore a former church as an historic treasure and future development for Walhalla. Duke is expressing disappointment today that a resolution left with a city committee was not forwarded for action at last night’s meeting of the full council. She seeks an agreement to do…

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Drinking problem

November 21, 2012

In the opinion of a Walhalla city councilman, the city has an underage drinking problem. At last night’s council meeting, James Powell announced that, to curb the problem, the city police have asked for help from the Oconee Sheriff’s Department and the S.C. Law Enforcement Division.

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