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Planning commission to review population
December 14, 2018 – 12:44 am | No Comment
Planning commission to review population | Test

The Oconee County Planning Commission will take a dive into the population element of the county’s comprehensive plan at its meeting next week.

Sheriff’s office, association warn of scams
December 14, 2018 – 12:42 am | No Comment
Sheriff’s office, association warn of scams | Test

After multiple incidents across the state involving a spoofed phone number, the South Carolina Sheriffs’ Association is reminding residents it doesn’t solicit contributions over the telephone.

Salem hires police officer
December 14, 2018 – 12:40 am | No Comment
Salem hires police officer | Test

The Salem Police Department has added a third part-time officer to finalize Chief Brian Lusk’s staff. 

City approves nearly $500K for fire truck
December 14, 2018 – 12:38 am | No Comment
City approves nearly $500K for fire truck | Test

The Seneca Fire Department will be getting a new fire truck within the next couple of months, replacing a 24-year-old engine currently answering calls. 

Littlejohn Community Center awarded grant for expansion
December 14, 2018 – 12:36 am | No Comment
Littlejohn Community Center awarded grant for expansion | Test

Christmas may be less than two weeks away, but as far as Littlejohn Community Center executive director Adraine Jackson-Garner is concerned, the gift she recently received will be hard to top.

Seneca threat accompanies wave of hoaxes across US
December 14, 2018 – 12:32 am | No Comment
Seneca threat accompanies wave of hoaxes across US | Test

An email to a local Seneca company, threatening to detonate a bomb if the recipient didn’t send money, was one of hundreds of similar messages sent across America on Thursday.

Council moves to condemn homes
December 14, 2018 – 12:30 am | No Comment
Council moves to  condemn homes | Test

Westminster City Council moved to condemn five homes in the city at a special meeting Thursday night.

Pohl seeking vacant seat on Seneca City Council
December 14, 2018 – 12:29 am | No Comment
Pohl seeking vacant seat on Seneca City Council | Test

Just months after losing his bid for re-election by only nine votes in March, businessman Stuart Pohl has announced plans to run again for Seneca City Council.

City looking to recover $83K in delinquent bills
December 14, 2018 – 12:11 am | No Comment
City looking to recover $83K in delinquent bills | Test

Westminster city officials are getting help in their effort to recover approximately $83,000 in delinquent utility bills from more than 200 accounts over the past three years.

James M. Brown names Garland assistant principal
December 13, 2018 – 12:23 am | No Comment
James M. Brown names Garland assistant principal | Test

James M. Brown Elementary School reading coach Erin Garland has been promoted to assistant principal, the School District of Oconee County announced Wednesday.

Clemson residents support walking, biking opportunities
December 13, 2018 – 12:21 am | No Comment
Clemson residents support walking, biking opportunities | Test

A group of Clemson residents told city council the community is strong when it comes to people walking or riding bicycles and supports any effort to enhance participation.

Gateway Arts Center to showcase new exhibit
December 13, 2018 – 12:16 am | No Comment
Gateway Arts Center to showcase new exhibit | Test

Gateway Arts Center director Melody Davis said the final show of 2018 is one she’s been longing to do, and it will finally open Friday night in Westminster.

Seneca officials say Christmas lights a success
December 13, 2018 – 12:12 am | No Comment
Seneca officials say Christmas lights a success | Test

Downtown Seneca is getting more visitors to see its Christmas lights and music show each evening, and at least some businesses are feeling the effects of the additional traffic through the area.

City to consider deal with former finance director
December 13, 2018 – 12:11 am | No Comment
City to consider deal with former finance director | Test

Clemson City Council will consider an agreement Monday night with former city finance director Tom Sparacino for reimbursement of more than $18,000 in costs incurred during an investigation into his embezzlement of city funds.