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As municipalities continue to watch what many view as potentially devastating legislation work its way through the state House of Representatives, the South Carolina Municipal Association is doing its best to limit the damage and find a measure of compromise.
A proposal to change the way business license taxes are collected has upset municipalities and counties across South Carolina, including the city of Clemson.
Pickens County Council is not in jeopardy of facing a justifiable Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, according to Pickens County attorney Ken Roper.
A Seneca man was arrested over the weekend after police allege he punched a pregnant woman in the stomach “multiple times” during an argument over a cellphone.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in solving a recent burglary and larceny at the former Maxfli plant near Westminster.