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At least one local business is already feeling the effects of tariffs on steel imports imposed by President Donald Trump earlier this year.
Stop if you’ve heard this before: Clemson voters could be asked to respond to a question on Sunday alcohol sales on the November general election ballot.
For students who depend on cafeteria lunches to keep them full and ready to learn during the school year, summertime can be tough. For parents on a limited budget, it can be even tougher.
Central recreation director and assistant town administrator Tom Cloer told town council during a recent meeting that efforts are still being made to find a suitable location for placing basketball goals for youth to play, with Southern Wesleyan as one possible site.
A contingent of Oconee County emergency officials, including Fire Chief Charlie King, were among the participants at the South Carolina Firefighters Association’s 113th annual Fire-Rescue conference, which offered numerous training opportunities to some 3,500 firefighters from around the state.
Donald Isaac Lee Wright, 17, of 1096 Fairfield Drive, unit 21, is charged with four counts of distribution of marijuana, while he also has warrants pending for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of a stolen firearm, according to a news release from the Seneca Police Department.
Central officials advised a Brock Street couple to sue over damages they claim a home building company has caused in their neighborhood.