– By Tiffani Ireland – The Trenton Town Council unanimously adopted their 2014 budget on second reading at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Wednesday, Dec. 11. In additional matters related to money, Council also agreed unanimously to grant two request for donations; one to the Chamber of Commerce to aid in the funding of the […]
The Groundhog Kiln, poised on a rise near the entrance to old Pottersville, was heated up for the first time since September on December 3 as part of a weekend celebration of history in Edgefield. The weekend included the formal re-opening of the Blacksmith Shop, tours of Willowbrook Cemetery, and acknowledging the history of Edgefield […]
Suzy Spurgeon has been named the new Deputy Director of Edgefield County’s Emergency Management Agency. Spurgeon, who assumed her role on Nov. 4, takes the place of Sandy Backensto who retired after 7 years with the agency. With this new position, Spurgeon will now serve a duel role for EMA as she was already their […]
A man who wished to sell his vehicle allowed a potential buyer to test drive his truck for a few days. However, a few days turned into three weeks and now the truck and the potential buyer are believed to have left town. According to a report filed with the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office, an […]
CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson University has been named to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of 100 best values in public colleges for 2014. The ranking cites four-year schools that deliver a quality education at an affordable price. Clemson, the highest ranked school in South Carolina, is ranked No. 31 for in-state students among the top 100 […]
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Monty Kneece, treasurer of Johnston Sertoma Club, prepares a truckload of coats and sweaters for the Johnston United Methodist Church’s coat give-away held on Dec. 7. Johnston Sertoma meets the second Monday of the month.
The Peach Blossom Garden Club of Johnston has selected the yard of the season for Winter. It is the yard of Janet Johnson of 303 Jackson Street. The house and yard is enhanced by various Christmas decorations.
At their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Edgefield County Council was addressed by George Kennedy and Lee Wagner of the accounting firm Elliott, Davis, LLP, regarding the county’s annual audit. Mr. Kennedy related that the while there had been an anticipation of using $274,636 from reserves, because of positive revenue trends, the […]
Despite the cold and wet weather, the Edgefield Christmas Parade took place as scheduled, Sunday, December 8, 2013. Photos by Robert Norris. To purchase high resolution prints of any of these images, please visit: rhn3photo.com/Edgefield-Christmas-Parade