Article Archive for 11 January 2018
Oconee school officials are in the process of determining the next use for the current Fred P. Hamilton Career Center building when the center moves to its new home on S.C. Highway 11 in the fall of 2019.
The Seneca Rail Park, home to BorgWarner and Johnson Controls, recently received the Upstate’s first AT&T Fiber Ready certification, a distinction a local economic development official hopes will set it apart from other sites outside Oconee.
The city of Seneca is working on an economic incentives package in an effort to revitalize the downtown area.
Clemson Police officers are hoping the department’s recent purchase of a drug take-back box will help meet its goal for reducing and preventing opioid-related incidents and getting drugs safely out of the community.
Twelve days ago, Clemson opened its conference schedule against N.C. State, beating the Wolfpack by a final score of 78-62 at Littlejohn Coliseum.
A controversial Keowee Trail mixed-use development that had received the last of the city of Clemson’s wastewater capacity available for large, high-density projects, is no longer on the reservation list.