Camden City Council will take a closer look at a proposed draft ordinance outlining possible incentives to help attract new businesses and further economic development in the city. Council will discuss, but take no action on the ordinance during its meeting tonight, according to City Manager Mel Pearson.
"A Seat at the Table: Pathways to Reconciliation," executive produced by the late John Rainey of Camden, will be repeat broadcast on S.C. Education Television (ETV) at 5 p.m. Sunday. Immediately after the broadcast, ETV will air "A Seat at the Table Follow-Up" at 6 p.m.
A participant in the 2015 Hurricane Hike through Camden carries an American flag across Laurens Street at Broad Street (first photo) on Saturday as Camden Police Department officer J.R. Scott stops traffic. The hike started early Saturday morning at the Kershaw-Cornwallis House at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Hikers made their way to Kirkwood Common and then down Broad Street back to the Cornwallis House. While an array of Boy and Cub scouts, families and others participated, many of the hikers were S.C. State Guard members wearing 45 pound backpacks. The event also included Family Day activities for ...
Tuesday afternoon, a large group of family and friends gathered to fete Dr. Larry Parrott in Camden's Rectory Square. The ceremony, part of the city of Camden's Leader's Legacy Recognition Program, included the official dedication of a memorial Leadership Legacy bench to Parrott for his years of service to the community.