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With rain giving way to sunshine in the forecast, Oconee officials expect the county to be brimming with activity this holiday weekend, both at its outdoor attractions and the scads of other events taking place locally.
A Canadian woman was lured to Pickens County, held captive for four days and forced to commit various sex acts before alerting family and authorities through coded messages, leading to her rescue and the arrest of a Six Mile man, according to police.
Just ahead of Memorial Day, one of Clemson University’s most celebrated alumni and faculty members will receive national exposure on Sunday night.
The first in a series of town hall meetings scheduled throughout the city of Clemson will take place at 6 p.m. June 18 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Old Greenville Highway.
Pioneer Rural Water District has notified the city of Seneca the water district will install a septic tank at its proposed water treatment plant at the Golden Corner Commerce Park instead of tapping into county sewer lines.
After more than half a year’s worth of planning, the new-look Seneca Fest is set to get underway tonight with Jazz on the Alley.
On the first stop of what she’s calling her “listening tour” as she continues to grow her campaign to unseat Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., from his seat representing the state’s Third Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, Mary Geren wasn’t shy about airing some of her frustrations Tuesday night.