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Seneca’s latest attempt to regulate short-term house rentals is a neighborhood-friendly ordinance that allows people who want to rent out their homes for several days a year to do so while preventing others from negatively affecting life — and home values — in the city.
The city of Seneca was recognized this wek by the Municipal Association of South Carolina for its efforts promoting nonprofits and other charities at Jazz on the Alley.
After he opened Tuesday night’s West Union Town Council meeting with a prayer, David Bryant was appointed as the town’s official chaplain.
Those searching for a night of stories followed up by folk songs are in for a treat at the Westminster Music Centre Saturday night.
Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark’s right-hand man will look much different than the one he’s had around for the past six years come Monday morning.
An Oconee County Sheriff’s Office deputy was attempting to pull over Daniel Timothy Falu around 1 p.m. for reckless driving and improper display of a tag, according to a news release.
Clemson University students and their families moved amongst the hustle of landscapers, electricians and cleaning crews Wednesday afternoon, transferring personal belongings from the car to the newest housing option in Oconee County.
SENECA — It wasn’t long into Gabby Molloseau’s career that she earned the trust and confidence of Seneca High School softball coach Rick Pate.