I am glad to report that Northeastern Technical College is set to receive $2.3 million in funding for a new industrial training center in Pageland and other needs as the S.C. House of Representatives sends its completed budget to the Senate.
After meeting with NETC officials and industry leaders in Pageland, it was apparent that a new training facility was urgently needed to address the present and future demands for skilled employees in District 53.
I just can’t believe all the trash along the roads in Indian Land I saw this morning.
I’ve only seen one sign by Aldi about adopting a highway and stopping littering. What good is that?
The area along U.S. 521 has beautiful trees and shrubs and flowers and then you have tons of trash. This is not just along U.S. 521 either.
Lancaster County should place signs with $500 penalties for littering and strictly enforce it.
INDIAN LAND – Indian Land Elementary and Middle schools went on a brief precautionary lockdown Monday morning, March 23, after a probation and parole GPS ankle monitor registered to a sex offender was found in a trash can at a nearby convenience store.
The giving of the green – in this case scholarship funds for the University of South Carolina Lancaster and Clemson University – had a gathering of folks sporting St. Patrick’s Day grins on Tuesday, March 17.
The Lancaster County School District and University of South Carolina Lancaster are working on a possible expansion of their existing dual enrollment program that allows high school students to earn college credit.