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Oconee County will host another round of interviews with its top three county administrator candidates on Friday, with two group sessions for each contender.
Saturday will offer residents a chance to get rid of unneeded medication, while keeping those drugs off the street and out of water supplies.
Survivors and supporters gathered at Oconee Memorial Hospital this week to discuss the struggles and fight with breast cancer.
Pickens County’s latest park is officially open.
Breast cancer research will benefit from a recently completed golf tournament at Chickasaw Point Golf Course that an official said was the group’s most successful tournament for the cause to date.
Richard Hans Burton, 64, of 408 E. North 5th St., is charged with second-degree burglary, malicious damage to a house, petit larceny and third-degree assault and battery.
The Oconee County Planning Commission got to work gathering input Tuesday night as it met with representatives from the agencies hired to assemble the county’s 2020 comprehensive plan.
With the long-anticipated $8.4 million Foothills YMCA facility moving closer to reality, officials say they are looking to get 1,425 membership units in the first full year of the building’s operation as part of a projected $2.1 million budget for on-site and off-site programs and services.
After meeting for more than an hour in executive session Tuesday, the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority board of commissioners adjourned without taking action on an agreement for Oconee County to turn over ownership of $9 million worth of sewer lines and equipment to the sewer authority.
Clemson city officials are waiting for an inspection by a structural engineer to determine the cause of a floor collapse that hurt more than two dozen people early Sunday morning.