Article Archive for 14 February 2018
Green Crescent Trail committee chairman Eric Newton said the committee planned to vote this week on a part-time executive director position, whose responsibilities would include coordinating funding efforts toward establishing a network of pedestrian and cycling trails throughout the area.
Fourth-year Blue Ridge Elementary School principal Lisa Simmons has been named as the new assistant superintendent of instruction for the School District of Oconee County effective July 1.
Input sessions on Clemson’s proposed downtown corridor long-range plan will culminate tonight in a final presentation from 6-7 p.m. at the new fire substation facility on Issaqueena Trail.
Seneca city officials and Oconee County officials each met behind closed doors in separate sessions Tuesday night to discuss their options a day after the Clemson planning commission voted to recommend approval of a plan to annex property inside Oconee County.
Lance Cpl. Justin Sutherland said the driver, whose name had not yet been released by the Pickens County coroner’s office on Wednesday night, was driving a 2006 Ford pickup on Rice Road about 1.6 miles northwest of Easley shortly after 2 p.m. on Feb. 8 when the truck ran off the right side of the road and struck a guardrail and then went into a creek.
Organizers said preparations are on track for a fundraiser to help pay the medical bills of a Seneca police officer’s wife who had brain surgery in January.