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Plans for 235 patio homes in a proposed development off South Cove Road in Seneca are on hold as city officials await the results of a study about how the project would affect traffic in the area.
A new bill passed by the S.C. General Assembly and signed by Gov. Henry McMaster will distribute $250,000 to the South Carolina State Firefighters Association to support post-traumatic stress disorder programs and insurance.
The main entrance to the Salem post office is closed indefinitely after an 81-year-old woman hit a column at the entrance of the office with her car on Thursday afternoon.
Approximately 40 Pickens County students in grades 3 through 12 donned chef’s hats and aprons Tuesday to prepare the healthiest sandwiches and salads possible for a group of Clemson University students to judge.