Article Archive for 12 October 2017
Joshua Michael Poole, 25, of 507 Cooke Drive, was charged with grand larceny in addition to the second-degree burglary and safecracking charges, according to warrants.
While advanced manufacturing has “taken off” in South Carolina, more work is needed to prepare the need for future employees as the industry continues to grow, a Boeing South Carolina executive told Oconee business leaders Thursday.
Last week, the Clemson University Board of Trustees approved the creation of four new teacher residency programs, which on the surface didn’t appear to cause many waves during the trustees’ full board meeting at the Madren Center on the school’s campus.
This week’s episode of the CBS television show “Bull” had similarities to a still-open Oconee County Sheriff’s Office investigation into the death of a Clemson University student that some believe may have been connected to fraternity hazing.
A local nonprofit, TV personality and law enforcement are teaming up for a forum in Walhalla tonight on domestic violence awareness and prevention in Oconee County.
An already busy time for Seneca could become even more action-packed, as city council will soon consider adding another high-profile event early next summer.