Article Archive for 17 April 2018
Economic development announcements that create thousands of new jobs are on the decline nationwide, but the changing landscape can provide opportunities, Upstate Alliance president John Lummus told Pickens County Council at a meeting earlier this month.
After a recent department bulletin noting outstanding warrants, authorities said an Oconee County sheriff’s deputy recognized a wanted man on Saturday evening, leading to drug charges in addition to a sex offender registry violation and electronic device damage charges.
A Simpsonville real estate developer is planning to build residential housing, a strip mall and mini-storage facility on almost 90 acres of property on Frontage Road in Seneca.
The members of the Walhalla High School School Improvement Council can truly say they are the best in the Palmetto State after winning South Carolina’s highest award in a ceremony held in Columbia.
CLEMSON — There were fireworks early in Clemson’s spring game on Saturday afternoon, likely a preview of what’s to come for the Tigers this fall.
After School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland repeated his assertion Monday night that the proposed Armed School Alliance Program is not a replacement for school resource officers, local residents expressed their concerns with the plan.