In its May meeting, Woodruff council discussed McKinney Park renovations, new city manager and budget.
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A West African family arrived in Woodruff yesterday, and needs a translator to help them communicate while they stay under the care of Element Church.
By Georgia Ricketts Scams are often brought to light by the news media and warnings are issued. However, an attitude of “It can’t happen to me!” prevails much too often. With spring upon us, there are those out there who are ready and waiting to take your money by employing a variety of bogus schemes. ...
A special election is being held in Woodruff on June 25, 2013, to elect a new member of City Council. The vacancy is to fill the unexpired term of former councilman Kenneth Gist. Mr. Gist, who represented Ward 4, resigned to become mayor of Woodruff. Two men have filed to run for the vacant seat.
Woodruff City Council discussed city manager raise and residency requirements in recent meeting.
On March 27, Spartanburg resident Oliver Easler filed a fraud report with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office after his stolen credit card had been used to purchase $2858 of merchandise in area stores. Police are still trying to catch the suspect.
At the end of their budget retreat in March, City Council discussed their financial priorities, including the McKinney Park project, for finalizing the fiscal budget due in May.
South Carolina residents now have the opportunity to earn a University of South Carolina degree anytime, anywhere through the online programs of South Carolina Palmetto College.