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Officials with the school districts of Oconee and Pickens counties are keeping a close watch on Hurricane Irma, which is expected to hit South Carolina early next week and result in high winds, heavy rains and possible flooding in the Upstate.
As Hurricane Irma barrels toward the Southeast, communications expert Dr. Joseph Mazer Jr. expects some skeptics of social media will change their attitudes toward the networking technology by the weekend.
The Seneca Police Department is making its station available as a secure meet-up spot for people who do business over the internet.
While Oconee homeowners won’t see their property tax bills on primary residences directly affected by the 5.2-mill increase county council passed Tuesday to meet the school district’s budgetary needs, business owners will experience a more painful pinch.
Clemson Livestock-Poultry Health, the state agency that oversees animal health issues, has suspended some of the requirements for the interstate movement of animals to accommodate evacuations ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Cindy Jean Connally Gilliam, 40, who has addresses on record at both 560 Cedar Grove Lane in Seneca and 258 Woolbright Circle in Townville according to the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office, is also charged with five counts of petit larceny, shoplifting and two counts of criminally receiving goods and services.