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Originally planned at Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, the final free concert of the current season’s Utsey Chamber Music Series is set for 7:30 p.m. tonight at Fort Hill Presbyterian Church in Clemson after bats were discovered in the Brooks Center.
While an agreement has not yet been signed, Oconee County and Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority officials said they believe the two sides are closer to finalizing an agreement that could eventually bring sewer to the southern end of the county.
Fee-in-lieu-of-tax agreements for two Oconee County businesses are on the agenda for tonight’s Oconee County Council meeting, which is scheduled after two afternoon committee meetings.
As an 18-year-old high school student, David Adrian was first introduced to the idea of saving for retirement when a teacher offered extra credit to students who opened a Roth Individual Retirement Account.
An Oconee County park has officially opened an 18-hole disc golf course after nearly a year of volunteer and community work to complete the project.
Matthew Jason Chappell pleaded guilty to inflicting great bodily injury on a child for injuries suffered by 3-year-old Gracie Hess and no contest to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Gwynne Ann-Marie Hess. Chappell was the boyfriend of the children’s mother, Ravyn Hammond.
Though the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office expected to wrap up its investigation into marijuana found in the Oconee County office complex this week, officials said it will be early next week before they can make any conclusions.
Members of the Seneca Facilities Corporation agreed to spend $32,500 Wednesday to do significant cleaning and clearing at the Seneca Rail Site.