Article Archive for November 2017
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested Justin Oneal Justus, of 448 Hunter St., on two charges of grand larceny with a value more than $2,000 and four counts of financial transaction card fraud valued less than $500.
South Carolina Outreach for Upstate Teaching, which is made up of school districts from Oconee, Pickens, Greenville and Anderson 1 through 5, will hold a seminar Feb. 10 in what local educators say is an effort to attract more teacher candidates to education.
A wreck at the intersection of U.S. Highway 123 and North Walnut Street in Seneca sent four people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and shut down one lane of traffic on Wednesday, according to Seneca Police Department Capt. B.J. McClure.
Recently, members of the Oconee County Council got into an old debate about how long Duke Energy is going to stay in the county and what should be done, if anything, so the county is prepared if and when the nuclear plant does close its doors and the county loses the estimated $28 million property tax revenue.
Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said no decision has been made by town council on rehabbing old warehouses located at the site formerly housing Central Concrete and Plaster.
Nearly three years ago, the lives of people in Putnam County, Ga., changed when a coal plant owned by Georgia Power on Lake Sinclair closed its doors.
Despite back-to-back winless seasons and the recent resignation of its head coach, the West-Oak High School football program’s future is not in jeopardy, according to School District of Oconee County officials.