Kershaw County residents are unlikely to see a voter guide for the upcoming 1-cent capital sales tax referendum in government buildings, said Kershaw County Councilman Jimmy Jones, because of ethics concerns over the politically-charged matter.
Issues over the the Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority (L-EWA) giving the Lugoff Fire Department (LFD free water haven't gotten any clearer. The main concern, brought up a month ago, is whether the L-EWA has been breaking state law by doing so.
If you think the Kershaw County Farmers Market is drawing to an end just because the tomatoes, squash and eggplants are dwindling, think again. Local farmers are busy in their fields to make room for fall vegetables. Cole crops like broccoli, cabbage and kale are coming soon.
Kershaw County Council recently did its part to help a local, down-on-his-luck man pick up the pieces after an automobile accident in 2005 left him partly paralyzed by approving his request to have a parcel of land rezoned.
Kershaw County Council didn't budge Tuesday night, as it again failed to approve a relatively slight increase in millage for Kershaw County School District (KCSD) operations.
Ricky Tiller, Chairman of the Kershaw County Capital Projects Sales Tax Commission, answered prepared questions Monday night at Lugoff-Elgin High School during an education forum for the upcoming capital projects sales tax referendum.
A new $50 million wood waste-burning energy plant to produce biomass fuel for Santee Cooper will be built in Kershaw County by late 2012.
Three members of the Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority (L-EWA) board of directors were re-elected last week during the authority's annual public meeting at Lugoff Middle School.
Tradition. Training. Transformation. "That's what we do here," Maj. Gen. James "Mike" Milano, Fort Jackson's commander said. He was addressing 65 men from American Legion posts representing various parts of South Carolina, including veterans from Post 195 in Lugoff. "Because you are all a part of that tradition, we stand on your shoulders today, just as tomorrow's soldiers will stand on ours," Milano said. The military veterans have visited Fort Jackson ...
A portion of McRae Road in east Camden was closed Monday and will remain closed for approximately four weeks as the S.C. Department of Transportation (SDDOT) makes repairs to a bridge over Big Pine Tree Creek.
Well, it depends on what the meaning of the word "free" is. That's what several members of both the Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority (L-EWA) Board of Directors and the Lugoff Fire District Board of Commissioners were debating last week. The two groups -- along with Kershaw County Fire Services (KCFS) officials, representing the Elgin Fire Department (EFD) -- met Thursday to determine what approach will be taken to establish a fair rate system ...
Kershaw County Council failed twice Tuesday night to pass first reading of a county millage ordinance. The measure failed first on a 3-3 split, with councilmen Jimmy Jones, Bobby Gary and C.R. Miles Jr. opposing and Chairman Max Ford and councilmen Stephen Smoak and Sammie Tucker Jr. in favor. Councilman Gary Elliot was absent.
A Camden man was killed early Thursday morning after he was struck by a vehicle while walking on U.S. 1 in east Camden.
The United Way of Kershaw County kicked off its yearly campaign Monday, with the highlight coming early in the morning when Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan took a pie in the face outside the Applied Technology Education Campus (ATEC).
As the high school football season in Kershaw County begins to heat up, so has the decades-long, deep-seated rivalry between Camden High School (CHS) and Lugoff-Elgin High School (L-EHS).
A majority of Kershaw County citizens who participated in a recent survey said they would support additional taxes to increase recreation and public safety services provided by the county.
INVISTA's annual holiday blood drive will be Tuesday, December 10, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The town of Boykin will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its annual Christmas parade at 2 p.m. Dec. 15. The parade is a yearly family-friendly celebration that brings community members together to have fun and get into the Christmas spirit. Nancy Tidwell of Swift Creek Kennel and Deborah Outlaw of Heritage Community Bank help organize the event each year.
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