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Westminster City Council is set to swear in three new members at its first meeting of the new year tonight.
Oconee County Council will begin back-to-back meetings in executive session tonight to discuss increased construction activity in Oconee County.
On the day set aside to remember the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an Oconee County pastor encouraged more than 130 people at a breakfast in Seneca to honor the slain civil rights leader by following their dreams.
On a fall morning in 2018, Nicole Yemothy’s livelihood was left smoldering after a fire ripped through her Seneca home.
After 46 years of working 24/7, most humans would be ready to retire. But officials say that’s not even close to being the case for Oconee Nuclear Station.
A committee that had long been dormant in the city of Clemson has been revived and new members approved by city council.