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As Hurricane Florence moves closer to making landfall on the coast of the Carolinas later this week, officials are bracing for millions of customers losing power in North and South Carolina – with some likely to lose power for multiple days or weeks.
Seneca City Council approved a $75,000 request to give a new look to the Christmas lights at Norton Thompson Park that city administrator Scott Moulder said he hopes will “provide a major ‘Wow’ factor in the downtown area” this holiday season.
Steven Lee Reynolds, of Padgett Street, was taken into custody just after 7 p.m. Tuesday night and booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 10:18 p.m. on two counts of murder, two counts of distribution of methamphetamine and one count of distributing heroin.
It doesn’t appear the School District of Pickens County will be going to a modified year-round calendar anytime soon.
Plans dating back to 2001 for a skate park in Westminster officially fell through Tuesday night’s.
School districts in Oconee and Pickens counties canceled school for two days a year ago due to Hurricane Irma and a similar scenario could unfold early next week as Hurricane Florence is expected to bring heavy rains, possible flooding and tornado warnings to the Upstate late this weekend.