The Piggly Wiggly of Lugoff will be closing its doors Jan. 16.
A change in a long-standing policy came as Jim Matthews took the reins of the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) Tuesday.
When President Barack Obama signed the Omnibus Lands Bill in March 2009, it marked another step forward in a years-long process to turn the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site and the Battle of Camden site into a joint national military park.
Does Kershaw County need a backup facility for fielding 911 calls?
After two years as Kershaw County's administrator, Clay Young has announced his resignation and intention to return to Dillon County to serve in the same position there. Young had been Dillon County administrator for seven years when he was hired by Kershaw County Council in September 2008.
It's official. The U.S. Supreme Court case revolving around inter-basin water transfers from the Catawba River -- which streams into Lake Wateree -- is over, S.C. Attorney General Henry McMaster announced Tuesday.
"We don't want to end up having a Lee County landfill in our backyard."
Any Kershaw County landowner interested in viewing his property lines can do so now -- virtually -- on the county assessor's website, thanks to GIS (geographic information system) mapping software installed by the county earlier this year.
The Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority has been awarded the Area-Wide Optimization Program (AWOP) Achievement Award for 2009, given by the S.C. Department of Health and Environment Control to water providers across the state.
When Greenwood Development Corp. announced it was creating Liberty Hill Farms in 2006, the company marketed the nearly 3,500-acre property on and around the shoreline of Lake Wateree as a "low density community with 15- to 50-acre home sites" with a more than 1,000-acre permanent conservation area.
Bill Molnar, who was brought on as Kershaw County's assistant administrator six months ago, has been "let go," according to County Administrator Clay Young.
At the request of Kershaw County's IT coordinator, the county recently installed a new phone system that required new direct dial numbers for each county department. The new numbers went into effect last week, and can be found at the county's website, www.kershaw.sc.gov.
A several-years-long dispute between Kershaw County and INVISTA over "who owes who what" in tax money could be settled through arbitration in the coming months, County Administrator Clay Young said Wednesday.
Elgin Town Council approached the subject of salaries for the mayor and council members during recent meetings, and it was on the Nov. 2 agenda for further consideration.
The Kershaw County Parks and Recreation Department will host an instructional volleyball league. The league is for beginners and is open for girls ages 8 and up. Registration dates are until December 23. The registration fee is $40 and includes a shirt. The first practice will be January 7, 3:45 p.m. at the City Arena. For more information contact the recreation department at 425-6009
Doing her best at work each day is what Kershaw County Human Services Specialist Carlene Glenn said made her fit for her recent recognition as the S.C. Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services' (SCDPPPS) Administrative Support Staff Person of the Year.
For the first time, Camden recently hosted the S.C. Recreation and Parks Association's annual board retreat, Dec. 4 and 5. Kershaw County Parks and Recreation Director Joe Eason said the retreat is usually held in Charleston, but the association chose Camden because of its central location and hospitality.
Bethune's work to repair and refurbish the town's aging water tower took a big step toward being completed Thursday when Kershaw County Councilman Tom Gardner presented Bethune Town Council a $33,000 check from the county.
During a special called meeting Thursday, Kershaw County Council approved the KershawHealth Board of Trustees' decision to draft a letter of intent concerning a deal between the county's public healthcare system and a partnership comprised of Capella Healthcare of Franklin, Tenn., and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
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