Trial to be recessed early for “trick or treating”

October 31, 2013
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Oconee Common Pleas Court Judge Alex Macaulay has announced the jury in the civil trial over the quality of work done at a townhouse project on Lake Keowee will get to go home early today—to get ready for trick or treating tonight. The Walhalla Police Department will offer a safe way tonight for trick or treating. They’ll be giving away candy. Clemson holds a Halloween Festival in its downtown, with trick or treating to start as early as 4 o’clock. The festival ends with a boo event at 7 tonight in the Jaycee Park.

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