The streets were filled with dozens of residents and local fire, emergency and police officials ready to “Take Back the Night” at a celebration Thursday, May 7 at Palmetto Place, the former Pardue Street Apartments complex.
According to the (Chester) News & Reporter, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is still monitoring a fire at Bennett’s Landfill officials believe may have started and been smoldering under the surface for up to 18 months.
Attorneys representing Pressley’s Recycling Center and associated companies say the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) engaged in a pattern of unfair and unethical behavior for years in an intentional effort to force owner Ron Olsen out of business to make way for another operator.
Extra classrooms, expanded dining areas and a brand-new wing were all features discussed by school district officials during a presentation late last month about proposed renovations to Indian Land Middle School.
Tapping on the glass of a newly-installed partition inside the office of North Elementary School, Bryan Vaughn had plenty to say about a slew of security upgrades recently made at facilities throughout the Lancaster County School District.
A crowd gathered at the city of Lancaster Yard Sale Saturday, May 2, in the Lancaster County School District parking lot on Catawba Street when Chris Puckett of Great Falls, yelled to a vendor, “How much is this rug?”