Members of the Kershaw County Capital Project Sales Tax Commission continued to explore upgrades to several existing recreation facilities during meetings held Thursday and Monday. The commission is tasked with finding potential recreation capital projects to be funded by the implementation of a proposed 1-cent tax.
Kershaw County Council held a special meeting Tuesday to vote on whether to enact a county-wide residential solid fee. Councilmen voted 5-1 to approve first reading of the ordinance by title only. Councilman Bobby Gary voted against the proposal; Council Vice Chairman Sammie Tucker Jr. was absent.
More than 1,900 acres of land near McCord Ferry Road in Lugoff will now be protected for future generations through a partnership with local landowners and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
The Kershaw County Capital Sales Tax Commission reached a preliminary consensus Monday to propose a six-year penny sales tax for county residents, which would generate about $25 million to be used for recreation projects.
The Kershaw County Capital Sales Tax Commission hashed out preliminary details on the future of county recreation during its initial meeting Thursday. Kershaw County Council created the commission March 27 to investigate the possible formulization of a penny sales tax to fund recreational projects in the community.
Ford Graham, director of international investment for the S.C. Department of Commerce, provided insight on the local and state economic outlook during the Kershaw County Committee of 100's annual meeting Friday.
Victims and survivors of the 1923 Cleveland School House fire were memorialized recently as family, friends and firefighters from across the state gathered to observe the 89th anniversary of the tragic event.
Vendors wanting to set up shop along U.S. 1 in Lugoff will now face tighter restrictions after Kershaw County Council unanimously approved third reading of an ordinance Tuesday changing the zoning code for roadside businesses.
Kershaw County Council sat stone-faced in council chambers Tuesday as, one by one, 13 county residents got up and resoundingly voiced their opposition to a proposal to hand most of Sheriff Jim Matthews' power to a new county police force.
Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews has introduced plans to remove resource officers from three schools located in Camden at the end of the current school year. Matthews addressed Kershaw County Council during a May 1 budget workshop and said he needs more officers "on the road" after analyzing the resources in his department.
Kershaw County Council recognized and honored Bobby T. Jones, life-long Kershaw County resident, educator and public servant at its meeting Tuesday. Council unanimously approved and presented a proclamation to Jones.
Rosalyn Moses, executive director of the Family Resource Center (FRC), addresses a crowd in front of the Kershaw County Courthouse on April 18 following a march to end sexual violence and child abuse. The march began at The Price House and ended at the courthouse where awards were presented to recipients who help in the fight against these issues. Recipients included Mornique Dozier from Stover Middle School, Dena Horton from the Camden Police Department, Diane Mikel of the Bishopville Police Dept and Melvin Moore, senior president of 100 Men Strong, which co-sponsored the march with the FRC. Sheriff Daniel Simon ...
Hundreds of kids in Camden enjoyed flag football, a waterfowl weekend and more during Summer 2014, thanks to The ALPHA Center, the Jackson Teen Center (JTC) and those offering their moral and financial support.