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Saturday marked the first time since 1977 that Notre Dame and Clemson have played football in Death Valley, but the Fighting Irish’s visit wasn’t the only significant thing to occur in Tigertown 38 years ago.
A Greenville entrepreneur told Oconee County planners this week that he could be operating a Lake Keowee winery in about a year’s time after he gets approval for a mixed-use development plan that includes an equestrian center, lodgings and residential homes.
The founder and former chief executive of Community First Bank is claiming in a recently filed lawsuit that the banking institution and members of its board of directors unfairly and maliciously stopped making payments on a post-retirement compensation package worth $210,000 annually through 2031.
Oconee Federal Savings and Loan Association announced recently it has earned Bauer Financial’s 5-Star Superior rating for strength and security.
A local pediatric dentist has an interesting angle — she makes going to the dentist fun.
Got a jar or bucket full of loose change lying around? Who doesn’t, right? Well, here’s a chance to cash in your money that jingles for the kind that folds — for free — and help out a good cause in the process.
When Kathi McClure announced she would be closing her bookshop and retiring in the fall of 2014, Sam Ramsay and Laura Garren knew they had to do something. The longtime friends and former coworkers realized Clemson would after 40 years be without a bookstore.
In the wake of a recent lawsuit filed against the founder and former president and CEO of Community First Bank, his successor said he and the bank’s new management team and board of directors are committed to protecting the interests of its customers and shareholders.