Kershaw County Council Vice Chairman Sammie Tucker Jr. recently announced his intentions to seek another term as council's District 2 representative. Tucker has served on council longer than any of his fellow council members, and it's a tenure he said he's grateful to have earned.
Kershaw County Council unanimously approved a new method for renewing multi-jurisdictional agreements for the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) during Tuesday's meeting. The change will allow the county to automatically renew any multi-jurisdictional agreement signed between the county and another governmental entity.
Talk radio's No. 1 blowhard Rush Limbaugh will soon have competition in his afternoon timeslot with former White House contender Mike Huckabee set to begin a new program over the air waves in April.
Kershaw County Council Chairman Gene Wise provided further details Thursday on potential projects council came up with during a weekend retreat Feb. 3-4. Wise spent time during Thursday's council work session outlining the goals set to be developed during the upcoming budget cycle.
Kershaw County and the city of Camden have announced plans to move tourism promotion in a different direction with the creation of a new director of tourism position.
A romantic spirit recently swept through Kershaw County government offices after county employees held a poem-writing contest for Valentine's Day.
S.C. Rep. Grady Brown will soon be seeking votes in Kershaw County for the first time since being elected to the General Assembly 28 years ago.
When Mitt Romney said his now infamous words -- "I'm not concerned about the very poor" -- he was adding to an already disconcerting track record of tactlessness toward unemployed and lower income Americans.
Ms. Gloria Ann Langley, 50, of 1805 Carter Street, Camden SC, passed on Monday, February 6, 2012. Funeral Services will be conducted on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 2 p.m. at Camden First United Methodist Church, Camden, SC.Burial will follow at Greater Faith & Joy Tabernacle Church Cemetery, Lugoff, SC.
Members of Kershaw County Council put in extra hours last week during a council retreat Friday and Saturday in an attempt to establish policy goals for the upcoming year. The councilmen hashed out county priorities at Old Armory Steakhouse Friday, and then held a day-long session at the Shaw Recreation Area on Lake Wateree Saturday.
About fifteen people gathered in the Kershaw County Government Center in Camden Thursday to hear an overview of and provide feedback on the county's recreational offerings. Thursday's was the first of seven public forums to be held across the county.
Legislation introduced in the S.C. House of Representatives could change the way Cassatt Water Company handles its finances. If passed, the company would be converted from a private, non-profit entity to a public utility, allowing the company to cut costs and more efficiently initiate $16 million worth of capital improvements.
In its fourth decade, the Santee Wateree Rural Transit Authority (SWRTA) continues to provide services to Kershaw County. However, changes to the agency's funding may cause the SWRTA to cut some of those services, according to Executive Director Ann August.
No other name besides Jimmie Johnson or Tony Stewart has appeared on the NASCAR Sprint Cup series championship trophy in the past seven years. With the sport's top circuit set to kick off Feb. 26 with the Daytona 500, virtually every driver will be aiming to make sure that streak comes to an end.