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After months of tedious planning to set the wheels in motion, city of Seneca officials will physically begin the process of putting on the 10th annual Seneca Fest to help kick off the summer this evening.
The search is over. In a unanimous vote at a special called meeting Wednesday night, Westminster City Council voted to hire Chris Carter from Georgetown for the city’s open administrator position.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office concluded activities last week in its recognition of Law Enforcement Officers Appreciation Week.
Southern Wesleyan University will be the site of the latest Green Crescent Trail meeting in which results of a recent feasibility study conducted by Alta Planning and Design will be formally announced.
By a vote of 4-2, the Pickens County School Board on Monday night approved second reading of a proposed $115,263,397 general fund budget for fiscal year 2017 that includes new information provided by the state.
Multiple county council members said this week a potential cost-saving alternative to Oconee’s recent $700,000 land purchase for an agricultural center would not have been appealing because of its rural location.