Jerry Carter picks up key endorsements in District Three

  September 24, 2020

Jerry Carter has been endorsed by multiple state and Pickens area leaders this week as he seeks election in State House District Three, which encompasses western Pickens County including Clemson,…

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Coronavirus outbreak in South Carolina – updated information here

  September 24, 2020

Updated Sep 24, 2020 at 8:35 am The links provided below are updated regularly as information becomes available. Keep checking back here for updates. South Carolina Announces Latest COVID-19 Update…

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Berkeley County reminds voters of general election information

  September 23, 2020

Berkeley County is reminding voters of important upcoming dates and information regarding the 2020 General Election, which is Tuesday, November 3. The General Election includes races for the president and vice…

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City of Clinton Breaks Ground on Future Recreation Complex

  September 22, 2020

You don’t have to live in Clinton, SC to know it’s a sports town.  The Red Devil reputation is widely known.  Tuesday, the city of Clinton took the next step…

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West Ashley Essentials Market to relocate to West Ashley Greenway

  September 17, 2020

Due to the resumption of weekend athletics at Ackerman Park, and the ongoing situation related to COVID-19 in South Carolina, the West Ashley Essentials Market will relocate to the intersection of the…

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Tax tips and reminders for extension filers: returns due October 15

  September 17, 2020

The South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) reminds taxpayers who filed for an extension that their Individual Income Tax returns are due October 15. Here are some tips and reminders…

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Columbia, SC Economic Development Office

  September 15, 2020

Columbia Economic Development (CED) serves as a catalyst for businesses, developers, investors and partner agencies who are focused on growing the local economy and high-value industries. We are a community…

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Census Participation Deadline is September 30th

  September 15, 2020

Have you completed the census survey? If not, you have until September 30th to get it done. County Council and other local community leaders continue to urge residents to complete the…

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Councilwoman Dickerson to distribute free masks to residents

  September 14, 2020

As part of Richland County’s efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, County Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson is holding a drive-through mask giveaway event. Face coverings will be distributed from 10…

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Deadline for Voter Registration is October 2nd

  September 14, 2020

The deadline to register to vote in the general election on November 3rd is October 2nd.  If you are not registered to vote and want to participate in the November 3rd election…

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Millwood Avenue resurfacing project underway

  September 11, 2020

In mid-2019, SCDOT approached the City of Columbia with a partnership opportunity to improve safety along Millwood Avenue for all users. Staff of both agencies worked together to develop an…

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Magistrate Clerk I

  September 10, 2020

Laurens County Human Resources is accepting applications for a full-time Clerk II position for the Magistrates Office. This position, under regular supervision, performs various routine-to-moderately complex clerical and secretarial duties…

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Clinton City Council extends mask resolution

  September 9, 2020

Clinton City Council voted 4-3 on an emergency ordinance to enforce the use of face masks within the city during its September meeting on Tuesday, 9/8. The ordinance failed however,…

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Clean-up Crackdown Compliance Deadline

  September 8, 2020

The City of Laurens Building & Zoning Department will be ratcheting up enforcement on code violations beginning October 19, 2020 in a new initiative called “Clean-up Crackdown.” The City’s new…

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LCSO Bloodhound Sandy Retires

  September 4, 2020

I would like to take this time to inform everyone that our Bloodhound Sandy is now retired. Sandy has been a hardworking and vital team member to this office for…

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Agriculture Technology Campus establishing 1,000-acre operation in Hampton County

  September 3, 2020

Combined $314 million investment to create more than 1,500 jobs  Agriculture Technology Campus, a joint venture project between Mastronardi, Clear Water Farms, LiDestri Food and Drink (LiDestri) and GEM Opportunity…

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Vitali brothers receive Senate commendations

  September 2, 2020

By W. Thomas Smith Jr.   Col. Steve Vitali, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), and his brother Keith Vitali, acclaimed Hollywood actor and world-champion martial artist, both received Senate commendations from…

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County Drop-off sites closed for Labor Day

  September 2, 2020

Richland County’s C&D Landfill, Lower Richland Drop-off Center and Clemson Road Drop-off Recycling Site will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, in observance of Labor Day. There will be no curbside…

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County Council extends mask ordinance

  September 1, 2020

Richland County will also distribute 67,000 face coverings in the coming weeks Along with extending its emergency mask ordinance, Richland County Council is making it easier to comply with the…

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SC DHEC: SC Cases by County & ZIP Code (COVID-19)

  September 1, 2020

The latest confirmed and estimated COVID-19 cases by ZIP code are available here as an interactive display. The estimated cases represent possible cases based on evidence that for every known…

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Virtual groundbreaking ceremony for new affordable housing

  August 31, 2020

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, City Councilmember Robert Mitchell, Charleston Redevelopment Corporation Chairman Eli Poliakoff and Reverend William M. Wrighten, Pastor of Washington United Methodist Church, held a virtual groundbreaking ceremony…

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