Article Archive for 22 July 2017
A combination of inclement weather and industrial breakdowns hampered efforts to finish repairs on a portion of North Townville Street in Seneca this week, but the end is now in sight, according to one of the top South Carolina Department of Transportation officials working on the project.
Oconee County’s popularity as a tourist destination is seemingly ever increasing, and it’s also become one of the most desirable areas for retirees to relocate, but sometimes even those who live here can forget about everything this little neck of the woods has to offer.
Clemson City Council has authorized staff to apply for a community development block grant to assist in funding a more than 5,300-square-foot expansion and renovation of the Littlejohn Community Center.
Clemson’s first football game is still six weeks away, but for college football junkies, the chatter that comes from conference media days and, locally, Dabo Swinney’s media golf event only serves to whet the appetite for the start of the season.