Some city of Camden employees have been serving residents in various ways for a long time. In a few cases, those employees have worked for 25, 30 or even 40 years. City officials honored 17 such employees earlier this month for their continuous and dedicated service to the community.
Camden City Council ultimately came to a consensus Tuesday afternoon to provide some funding to the Santee-Wateree Regional Transportation Authority (SWRTA). That was after, however, a clash between some members of council over how much to give.
Camden City Council will spend part of its work session Tuesday afternoon reviewing a revised list of names for a steering committee connected to new tourism marketing efforts.
There is a chance that there could be up to 300 new homes in Camden by 2018, just five years away, if U.S. Census and other projections hold up. The statistic -- based on a projected 8 percent increase in housing stock from 2011 to 2018 -- is part of a draft revision of Camden's Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
Friday, more than 80 people crowded into the Camden Archives and Museum to help dedicate the first five benches in the city of Camden's new Leaders Legacy recognition program. City officials moved the ceremony indoors due to a rainy forecast. Luckily, the rain held off long enough for honorees and their families to have their pictures taken at each respective bench outside.
Camden City Council granted $60,000 worth of hospitality taxes to Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site's McCaa Tavern project on a 3-2 vote Tuesday night, but not before a series of heated exchanges during that afternoon's work session.
Belt-tightening started with the powers-that-be in the federal government, filtered down to corporate America and trickled along onto virtually every part of business in this country with the credo that more needs to be done with less.
Camden City Council will vote Tuesday on whether or not to appropriate $60,000 in hospitality taxes toward the restoration of the McCaa House at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Park. Historic Camden originally requested $100,000; council is considering the $60,000 as an initial appropriation with the remaining $40,000 to possibly be granted at a later date.
A Camden Business Alliance (CBA) straw poll of its members show that 60 percent of the respondents are not in favor, or have serious reservations about, a proposed "road diet" of Broad Street. The poll was conducted June 12-19, a week after CBA's quarterly Business Before Hours meeting featuring representatives from an engineering firm and the S.C. Department of Transportation (DOT).
In a letter to the editor today, one reader proposes to turn the old Camden Middle School (CMS) property into a park. At 10 acres, that is certainly one possibility.
Dr. Martha S. Tingen , a native of Camden and Charles W. Linder Endowed Chair in Pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, has been selected to participate in the Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) Program at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia.
A new shopping center may be built in Camden next to Lowe's on West DeKalb Street.
Brick walls are there for a reason. Not to keep us out but to give us a chance to show how badly we want something. In this instance, the brick wall was in the form of a physical challenge. For Tom Mullikin, being born with what were then described as bone abnormalities in both feet would prove to be a source of strength and perseverance in both his life and career. At first, doctors told Tom's mother he might never walk. He would face multiple surgeries, orthopedic casts and years of physical therapy. Mullikin spent much of his childhood ...
A heavy regular meeting agenda for Camden City Council will include more action on the possible purchase, demolition and transformation of the old Maxway department store at the northwest corner of Broad and DeKalb streets.
Council will consider second and final reading of an ordinance authorizing the purchase
Camden Business Alliance (CBA) members learned more about a proposed Broad Street "road diet" and took the chance to ask questions and voice concerns during the organization's quarterly Breakfast Before Hours meeting Wednesday. The road diet would reduce Broad Street from two lanes in each direction (four total) to one (two total) between York and DeKalb streets, with redesigned intersections, mid-block crosswalks and other enhancements.
Whether you're looking to show off Rover or just go and have some family fun in the park, Grace Episcopal Church's 81st Annual ...
This Sunday, the man known by his flock as "Pastor Bruce" will preach his last sermon as the minister of First Baptist Church in Camden.
Here's a sight you rarely, if ever, see: People dancing during a city council meeting. That's exactly what happened Tuesday night as seven ...
Whether you're looking to show off Rover or just go and have some family fun in the park, the 81st Annual Spring Dog Show ...
Contractors are now in the process of removing asbestos from and demolishing the old Burndale Shopping Center. Even before work began -- currently focused on the ...
The Camden Jaycees will be debuting the Battle of Camden BBQ Festival May 19-20 at Historic Camden. The event benefits the citizens of Kershaw County ...
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