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Seneca City Council members Al Gaines, Ronnie O’Kelley, Stuart Pohl and Denise Rozman said on Tuesday they had not been aware until being informed by The Journal of a proposed intergovernmental agreement on water and sewer services between the cities of Clemson and Seneca.
The head of Oconee County school resource officers said he is pleased with the response heard at communitywide school safety meetings held at each of the county’s three high schools over the past week.
Ronnie Leigh Cannon, 21, of Patrick Road, is charged with driving an unregistered vehicle, two counts of driving under suspension, two counts of uninsured motor vehicle fee violation, reckless driving, disregarding a stop sign and two counts of failure to stop for a blue light, according to an Oconee County Detention Center arrest report.
Officials from Tri-County Technical College held a brainstorming session Wednesday on ways to knock down barriers to education and employment for the Utica community as part of a long-term campaign to create opportunities for area residents.
One person was injured in a fire that damaged multiple units at a Walhalla apartment complex on Wednesday afternoon.