Breaking News

TONIGHT - Cutting two trees near the Clinton Monument apparently was just the start for the City of Clinton, most large trees on South Broad Street now are marked for destruction that started today, the matter is not on a Clinton City Council agenda for discussion Tuesday night. Instead, the...
WORLDWIDE BUSINESS: More business, jobs for Gray Court ZF may result from BMW deal.   ZF Wins Major Business for New 8-Speed Automatic Transmission Order from BMW AG with a two digit billion Euro value for advanced 8-speed automatic transmission Flexible application of technology Significant...
Irmo suspect is arrested after man’s body found; also, Ware Shoals senior dies after prom in alleged felony DUI, Mountville woman's body found   Authorities have identified Ervin Chauncey Meggeth, 22, of 437 London Pride Rd., Irmo, as a suspect in the shooting death of a man whose body was found...
  Laurens County will not offer gun owners “sanctuary”     Saying it’s not the right label for the county to have, a majority of Laurens County Council decided last Tuesday not to opt out of a federal gun measure calling for mandatory background checks, if the bill passes Congress. Council member...
  Three industries are on track with county council action   Two named industries and one unnamed industry are progressing toward investments in Laurens County following unanimous actions March 26 of the County Council. Final reading was given to a FILOT ordinance for CeramTec, Laurens (FILOT is...
  Water, sewer board is confident in moving ahead with $49M project “because of employees like you”   Four million gallons a day, expandable to 6 MGD, that’s the goal for one of the largest infrastructure projects ever undertaken in Laurens County. And, without dedicated employees, it would never...
  Students’ Policies: Adopted with 1 reading, now available for 56’s on-line policy manual   A majority of the School District 56 Board of Trustees decided again last Monday not to allow special protections against discrimination for students based on their sexual orientation. The board passed...
  Trash may swallow City of Clinton surplus   Clinton residents pay Laurens County $60 a year for a trash collection and elimination method. And yet, hauling trash the way it’s done now might break the bank for a city government expected to generate a $47,956 surplus fund in its FY19-20 budget. The...
  THIS MORNING - Retired Brigadier General to Speak About Business Ethics at Presbyterian College    Retired Brigadier General E. Eric (Rick) Porter will discuss the role of ethics in business during his talk, “Building Trust ..... from my Foxhole,” at Presbyterian College on Thursday, April 4. ...
Speaking In A Threatening Tone.   It was a routine, business-as-usual meeting of Clinton City Council Monday night until a retired Clinton police officer came very close to threatening a council member. Retired Capt. Jerry Campbell said Council Member Shirley Jenkins accused him of stealing some of...

Pages

My Clinton News

P.O. Box 180
513 North Broad St.
Clinton, SC 29325
Phone: (864) 833-1900
Fax: (864) 833-1902

 

Sign Up For Breaking News

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Subscribe to My Clinton News Newsletter feed
Comment Here