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By Stephanie Jadrnicek
SENECA — The morning of June 20, 2014, began like any other Friday for Gary Alexander.
That afternoon, his life changed forever.
Alexander, the brother of Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander, was driving back from …
By Justin Lee Campbell
SENECA — An oversight body charged with monitoring Pioneer Rural Water District’s spending on capital projects recommended it consider downsizing a proposed $19 million water treatment plant after assessing a state-mandated …
Elected officials in the city of Seneca and Oconee County are teaming up to give residents a chance to share their thoughts in a more informal setting than a council meeting.
Pickens County administrator Gerald Wilson has doubled down on the county’s claim that a new resolution is “not setting the stage” for bonding out the entire cost of its new $25 million jail.
According to research from TRIP, a national transportation research group, driving on deficient roads costs South Carolinians a total of $5.4 billion annually in the form of additional vehicle operating costs, congestion-related delays and traffic crashes.
School district officials from Oconee and Pickens counties are responding to a recent study by the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement that teacher education programs in the state are graduating fewer students every year, while vacancies at public schools are increasing.