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Oconee County Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to direct the chairman to begin negotiating a contract that would drop the interim from interim county administrator Amanda Brock’s title.
State Rep. Neal Collins told Pickens County teachers recently he is glad to see state efforts this year to improve education in South Carolina.
Pioneer Rural Water District’s new water treatment plant now has a projected opening and fully operational date for the spring.
After the building stood vacant for more than a decade, the former Astro Triple theater is set officially begin its transformation into a brewery this summer — a process expected to take five or six months.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Long Creek Highway near the Power Trac gas station in Westminster on Monday afternoon.
Developers for the proposed Keowee Trail project say their proposal may not be the most popular among many Clemson residents, but other options are worse.