News Week of Oct. 7, 2015

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News Week of Oct. 7 – 14, 2015

Accident causes power outage
House fire suffered moderate damage – Warrington Drive
Two vehicle accident – River Road
Flood Donation Drop Off until 7 pm Monday
Hygiene items being collected for flood victims – today!
Be aware of flood charity scams
Narcotics Unit arrests two, seizes 102 grams of meth in Piedmont
Williamston chase ends when driver loses control
Driver injured when car strikes tree
Mobile home total loss
Langston’s Laughs
Williamston Fire Department collecting hygeine items
Anderson County personnel assisting in flood relief

News Week of Oct. 7

Obituaries week of Oct. 7, 2015
Audit shows Williamston in good financial position
Williamston approves landscape ordinance
Properties identified for blight program
ACTC reviews requests from West Pelzer, Williamston
Powdersville homecoming
Crowned Miss Woodmont
Anderson County resources assisting in Lexington County
County approves first reading on ordinances
Around the County . . .2015/10/07
Around the County . . .2015/9/30
Drug bust in Piedmont Tuesday night
WPD September Report
Williamston Police Report
Anderson County Sheriff’s Report
Local fire departments helping in Columbia
Journal1TV
SC under State of Emergency
Saluda River at Pelzer roaring, but below flood stage
Electrical fire after tree fell on power line
Three vehicle accident – Anderson Hwy.20
Big Creek full
Gatewood entrance erosion gets worse
Tree falls on car – West Pelzer
One injured – Freeman Drive and Shiloh Church Road
Taking care of Ace – River Road at Hwy. 20
Tree down on River Road – Friday
Weather related update
South Carolina readies for weather event
Saluda River expected to hit flood stage Sunday
FEMA urges monitor for flooding, other weather problems
Duke Energy storm response, update
South Carolina under State of Emergency – be aware of flooding
Gatewood entrance closed in anticipation of heavy rainfall
Langston’s Laughs
One person injured
Two vehicle accident
What you need to know to keep your family safe during a storm

News Week of Sept. 30, 2015