With many COVID-19 restrictions lifted in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, South Carolina Highway Patrol troopers will be out in full force, paying special attention to speeding after a recent increase in drivers exceeding 100 mph on the highways.
A local nonprofit advocate for small businesses has donated $5,000 to the Neighbors Helping Neighbors fund, and its chairman is encouraging others to join in the cause.
Westminster is just weeks away from finishing its third phase of years-long electrical system upgrades, according to its engineering consultant.
Thanks to a successful appeal from Duke Energy, the School District of Oconee County’s budget deficit for the current fiscal year will be much less than originally projected.
Many Oconee County residents will be voting early this year — and they want to know which candidates The Journal supports in the June 9 primary.
About 20 volunteers gathered in the rain at Seneca Baptist Church on Wednesday morning to distribute 250 boxes of produce to people in the community through a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Oconee County Planning Commission learned of a U.S. Forest Service project Monday night that would increase safety at a favorite waterfall trail.
Clemson University’s president said students will return for in-person classes in the fall as the school plans to have a limited number of employees return to work on campus beginning in June.