THE WEEK AHEAD
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Georgetown primaries held Tuesday
The field is set for the 2013 race for a Georgetown mayor and three expiring city council seats.
There will be a Democratic primary for mayor Tuesday between incumbent Jack Scoville, Councilman Rudolph Bradley and newcomer Marty Tennant.
The winner of that contest faces Republican Richard Powers in November.
In the council race, incumbents Jeanette Ard and Brendon Barber are seeking re-election. They will face newcomers Hobson Henry Milton and Doris Simmons in Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
On the Republican ticket, only three candidates filed so no primary is needed. In November, incumbent Paige Sawyer will be on the ballot along with Carol Jayroe and Ed Kimbrough.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. To find your precinct visit www.georgetowncountysc.org/docs/pollinglocations6-12-2012.pdf or call 545-3339.
Saturday is the license application deadline for those wanting to hunt gators this fall.
The Department of Natural Resources makes 1,200 permits for the public lands alligator hunt available, selected by random computer drawing.You must apply and pay fees online at www.dnr.sc.gov/wildlife/alligator/index.html or at a walk-up counter at a DNR Regional Office in Clemson, Florence, Columbia or Charleston. No paper applications will be accepted.
This year’s season will run from noon Sept. 14 until noon Oct. 12. Lucky license recipients will be notified by mid-July.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. You have a little less than a week to plan a way to show your dad how awesome you think he is; the big day is Sunday.
Finals on ice
The Blackhawks and Bruins are the last two NHL teams standing and will face off in the Stanley Cup finals, with Game 1 beginning at 8 p.m. Wednesday night in Chicago. The best-of-seven series will be televised by NBC.