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A month after discussing and not voting on the issue, Walhalla City Council is scheduled to talk again about a proposed resolution already approved by Westminster and Seneca.
A company in the process of completing the final design for a new hotel in downtown Clemson has come up with a proposal on how to expand the longtime problem of public parking through a public-private partnership.
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SENECA — Oconee County and Seneca city offices will be closed on Friday for Confederate Memorial Day.
Oconee County Public Library system director Blair Hinson said the holiday is observed by the state on …
A group of Fair-Oak Elementary special-needs students recently placed popular items of today inside a funeral vault to eventually be shown to students attending the school a decade from now.
A June 16 completion date is still on the table for repairs on a portion of collapsed roadway on U.S. Highway 123 outside of Westminster.
A man moving his daughter out of her apartment on the Clemson University campus for the semester ended up spending a night in jail after police said he stole a cooler bag from a Goodwill bin set up for students to donate items they didn’t want to take home.
Each Leadership Clemson class develops a project that gives back to the community, and the 2019 class made it their goal to spruce up the Calhoun Bridge Center.
It isn’t May 5, but an event is scheduled downtown tonight to kick off downtown’s first Cinco de Mayo festival.
After the town of Salem was told federal grant money ran out before its water line extension could be funded, Oconee County Council is scheduled to consider using its pledged $210,000 grant match to kick-start the line.