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Pickens County Council members approved a number of accommodations tax funding requests last week, but they want more data to accompany future requests and recommendations.
Anthony and Shena Tolbert were all smiles Friday morning as they signed in volunteers for the Clemson University Habitat for Humanity homecoming build with their 6-month-old daughter, Addison.
A revision of a proposed ordinance regulating and allowing short-term rentals in the city is scheduled to once again be presented to the Seneca Planning Commission on Monday night.
Following a series of unsuccessful efforts to gain public approval, the controversial modified year-round calendar is again a topic of discussion in Oconee County.
No arrests have been made and the investigation is continuing in the death of a teenager who was shot and killed while in a vehicle near the Anderson and Oconee County line.
Emily Beth Madison, 25, of 4840 Highway 81 South in Starr, is charged with two counts of shoplifting after reported thefts on Sept. 15 and Sept. 25.
Clemson city officials recently met with representatives of The Arts Center, Clemson African-American Museum and the Central-Clemson Recreation Center to begin embarking on the first-ever capital campaign designed to bring individual projects to fruition.