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United Way Worldwide has declared Sunday as 211 Day across the country in recognition of what officials say is a valuable service that connects individuals to information and support.
The Mountain Lakes Convention and Visitors Bureau in Walhalla has been rebranded with a new name and logo to align with the rustic elegance brand of Oconee County.
School District of Oconee County officials say minor revisions to the district’s school choice policy and applications means the window to apply will not officially open until the end of this month.
A call originally reported to be a possible hostage situation at the Oconee County Rock Quarry Thursday morning did not involve any hostages or any employees at the rock quarry.
The Central-Clemson Recreation Center is bursting at the seams when it comes to the success of its rec basketball program.
Clemson University graduate Erik Martin has spent the last 11 years working his dream job with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. What he didn’t know was that his love of his job would result in being named the 2017 Oconee County Officer of the Year on Monday night.
Clemson City Council voted Monday night to table first reading of an amendment that would give “culturally significant” properties exemptions from certain design standards.
Voters will have a chance to hear from candidates running for Seneca City Council at a political forum hosted at 6 p.m. Monday by the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce in the North Room of the Gignilliat Community Center.