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School District of Oconee County officials say visible signs already exist for what will eventually be the future home of the new Fred P. Hamilton Career and Technology Center beside the Tri-County Technical College facility on S.C. Highway 11.
With Clemson City Council approving the firm to provide consulting services, the city is embarking on its first-ever capital campaign.
An effort by Seneca police to serve a man with an outstanding bench warrant at a home on Lindsay Road led to the arrest of four men and the seizure of several grams of drugs believed to be ecstasy, methamphetamine, marijuana and other controlled substances.
With just a little more than two weeks before the local Toys for Tots organization distributes toys to needy families on its list, the group’s organizer said they are still more than 3,000 toys short of what they will need.
Lake Keowee Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and Lake Keowee Ford raised $27,800 for the Breast Care Center at Oconee Memorial Hospital during their annual breast cancer awareness event last month.
The Walhalla Performing Arts Center is on track to reach $500,000 in ticket sales this year, a record for the center, according to director Mark Thompson.
Business and community leaders gathered recently to celebrate the grand opening of the Pickens Visitor Center.