Articles by Cat Herrington
Local vape store owner speaks out on discussion
During this year’s budget process, the Oconee County Council has talked about a 3.3 mill tax increase to pay for economic development projects and replacing county vehicles.
The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority will likely consider funding a $20,000 study to look at alternatives to using chlorine gas to disinfect wastewater.
Annual bell tower concert welcomes autumn
When in the world are they going to finish paving Wells Highway? First, they break the job down into three parts.
Clemson City Council has unanimously approved an ordinance designed to allow residents to petition to have neighborhood sidewalks built.
The Oconee County School Board will make a decision next week on whether to allow middle and high schools to start a week earlier than elementary schools next August or whether to have elementary, middle and high schools continue to start on the third Monday of August.
A Lake Hartwell homeowner said she was surprised when she was notified of vandalism to a retention wall on her property with a swastika and message targeted at the president of the United States.
Seneca, Walhalla and Westminster each received their portion of about $4.75 million in Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority funds after the sewer authority board approved budget amendments at its monthly meeting Monday night before the checks were disbursed.
A road adjacent to Littlejohn Coliseum is set to be closed for a month due to construction work.
Police: Townville man kicked pregnant woman in stomach
The Journal staff
TOWNVILLE — A 25-year-old Townville man was arrested Saturday after police said he attacked a pregnant woman in the presence of three small children last week.
Often, I hear public figures declare that “we need to have a conversation.” This leads me to ask, what indeed is conversation, in what atmosphere can it thrive and toward what worthy end will it aim?