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Pickens County’s economic development train continues to roll, as a Canadian company that manufactures and provides hose protectors and hose binding products announced on Tuesday a $4.3 million investment in Pickens County that will create 30 new jobs.
Sonic Drive-In, which has stood at the corner of U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 133 for more than a decade, appears to be closing shop in Clemson.
According to figures released Friday by the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, the unemployment rate in May was the lowest the Palmetto State has enjoyed in nearly 17 years.
A grin comes across Alliance Pickens executive director Ray Farley’s face when he talks about the four expansion projects underway at the Pickens County Commerce Park.
Oconee’s chief economic developer says the county expects a planned retail and restaurant development on Lake Hartwell near Clemson that has seen more than its share of delays “to go vertical” by the middle of the year.