Article Archive for 16 May 2017
Oconee County Council gave final approval Tuesday to two economic development projects — one that could help trigger a barrage of growth near Oconee’s border with Clemson and another representing a significant expansion for a county manufacturing stalwart.
After turning down a plea deal that would have seen him serve less than a decade in prison, a Seneca man learned Tuesday he will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars after committing sex acts on a young girl.
Duke Energy has awarded grants totaling $200,000 for environmental protection in Pickens County.
In a news release, Clemson University expressed its disappointment in a state committee for its decision not to allow the school to construct a new campus tennis center, despite the school saying it wouldn’t have used taxpayer funds or student tuition revenue to build it.