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A Charlotte man died early Wednesday morning after being involved in a two-car collision that closed down S.C. Highway 130 for much of the day.
Students attending grades one through six in any Oconee County school are invited to participate in the annual Tornado Safety Poster contest sponsored by Oconee County Emergency Services.
Westminster will be turning over responsibility for city magistrate court to Oconee County beginning Jan. 1.
Confirmed as a circuit judge in April, Scott Sprouse is leaving positions he’s held as Walhalla municipal judge and Westminster city attorney
Recent concerns over the rumors that Tri-Care insurance for military retirees was no longer accepted by Oconee Memorial Hospital did have some foundations of fact, but there was never a lapse in coverage, according to a Greenville Health System spokesperson.
Retired Pickens County educator Ken Weichel presented a picture of education in South Carolina and the local area Tuesday night, and it was anything but pretty.
A Liberty man was listed in critical condition at Greenville Memorial Hospital on Wednesday afternoon after he was injured when a scissor lift apparently turned over at a construction site for the city of Seneca’s $10 million water plant upgrade.
Co-defendant to receive bond hearing