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Seneca women’s clothing shop Emily’s has collected 87 bags to donate to Safe Harbor as part of its charitable initiative, the Handbag Trade-in.
Gov. Nikki Haley says a local company’s decision to invest $1 million in building a new facility and creating 31 jobs speaks to the state’s “extraordinary workforce and pro-business climate.”
Halfway through 2015, brisk home sales continue to bring a smile for real estate professionals who are closing deals at a pace that is consistently more than 15 percent above last year’s positive trend, the latest market report released this week shows.
A burgeoning company that began in Pickens County five years ago is packing up and crossing the border into Oconee in hopes of continuing its growth.
Seneca women’s clothing shop Emily’s and accessory manufacturer Brighton are inviting the public to join their latest charitable initiative, the Handbag Trade-in.
Two of the most ardent promoters of agriculture in Oconee County brought a plateful of facts, figures and ideas to the Oconee Economic Alliance meeting Thursday on what it takes to bring home-grown food from the farm to the kitchen table.
Like most preceding it, another mixed-use development proposed for College Avenue is generating controversy.