News Week of Aug. 26, 2015
News Week of June 24, 2015
Austin Webb to headline Spring Water Festival Entertainment
Freedom Celebration July 3rd
West Pelzer Council divided over budget, staff
Palmetto High AFJROTC Cadets complete Cadet Leadership Course
Miss SC preliminary winners announced
Toddlers Playground dedication
Remember Charleston victims
South Carolina is hurting . . .
Seems to Me . . .
Obituaries Week of June 24, 2015
Easley residents plead guilty in debt fraud
Williamston Police Report
I-26 repair schedule updated – Columbia
Single vehicle accident
Be aware of summer heat
Vacation traffic may be affected by work on I-26
Frederiksen competes for Miss South Carolina Teen
Two representing area in Miss SC Teen Pageant
Summer Art Camps offered at The Artory
Dr. Ben Carson in Anderson July 1
Prayer vigil at New Prospect Church
One injured in two vehicle accident – Beaverdam Road
Driver injured as vehicle runs off road, then through three yards
Three people transported
Tree down – Old Williamston Road
By David Meade
A communitywide planning project to set the vision for the future of Williamston will continue next Monday.
Envision Williamston will hold an Open House Workshop on June 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Williamston Town Hall to explore the appearance of features residents would like to see incorporated in the future development of the town.
Areas to be looked at include: streetscaping and traffic; commercial architecture and development; residential architecture and development; public space amenities,; parking; parks and open space and street furnishings such as signage, lighting and benches.
Envision Williamston is a broader initiative of the Main Street Williamston program and encompasses a planning process for the entire town’s future. Commnity input will be incorporated into a Commmunity Master Plan for the town.