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The Pickens County School Board unanimously approved second reading of a grant fund loan agreement that will enable the district to realize savings for various projects designed to improve energy efficiency.
Central residents will see a slight hike in their water rates under the town’s new budget set to go into effect Wednesday, but town employees won’t be getting a pay increase.
Pickens County coroner Kandy Kelley identified a hiker killed in a fall at Table Rock State Park on Sunday afternoon as a Greenville County teen.
A Seneca man was arrested over the weekend for domestic violence after police said he assaulted a woman in front of a 15-month-old child.
A 34-year-old Pickens County man was being held at the Pickens County Detention Center on Monday after police said he tried to shoot his fleeing mother on Sunday.
The son of former U.S. Sen. and South Carolina Gov. Strom Thurmond urged TV viewers who want to see the Confederate flag come down to call lawmakers “who might be on the fence.”