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School District of Oconee County officials say the name of legendary educator and superintendent Fred P. Hamilton will continue to be visible no matter whether it remains at the existing career center or the new facility slated to open in August 2020.
A group of residents addressed Walhalla City Council on Tuesday to ask members to support efforts to develop public transportation in the city.
Clemson City Council recently unanimously approved intergovernmental transit agreements with Seneca, Central, Pendleton, Tri-County Technical College, Southern Wesleyan University and The Pier/The View for the 2018-19 fiscal year that began July 1.
When then-S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley signed into law the Read to Succeed reform policy, in which a student must be kept in the third grade if they are failing to demonstrate reading proficiency on the SC Ready state reading assessment, local educators and nonprofit agencies sprang into action.
Oconee Economic Alliance executive director Richard Blackwell, who has spearheaded the county’s growth of new and expanding businesses over the past six years, is leaving to pursue another opportunity.