Article Archive for 1 June 2016
After dozens of officers, some from as far as Columbia, converged on a Seneca apartment building Tuesday, a man who barricaded himself with a weapon following an early-morning incident surrendered peacefully to end a nearly 10-hour standoff at the Fair Oak Village apartments.
Near the end of a forum that spanned the gamut from zoning to libraries to preservation, the seven Republican candidates for three county council seats were asked to share their vision for Oconee’s future.
Oconee County Legislative Delegation members and the county’s Veterans Affairs director on Tuesday remembered the late Col. Edwin F. Rumsey, who passed away May 22.
Two Seneca men were arrested Sunday night after police allege they committed sexual battery against a woman described as “mentally defective” in arrest warrants.
Brian Aiken, a machine technology instructor at the Pickens County Career and Technology Center and the pastor of Tri City Baptist Church, told the Pickens County School Board on Monday night that he is concerned over the transgender bathroom issue.