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Members of local American Legion Post 120 plan to commemorate the national organization’s yearlong 100th anniversary celebration with a variety of activities Saturday.
A South Carolina Department of Transportation official said a contractor has been selected to repair the collapsed roadway on a portion of U.S. Highway 123 near Westminster.
Technological improvements are helping people with disabilities stay in the workforce and live more productive lives, according to two S.C. Vocational Rehabilitation representatives.
The search for a new Tri-County Technical College president is down to three finalists — including one longtime employee of the school.
The Clemson and Central councils have approved a proposal from Pickens County Council to redistribute funds from the county’s vehicle maintenance fee to municipalities, a practice the previous county council ended.
One year after narrowly missing his re-election bid, Seneca businessman Stuart Pohl is returning to city council.
Adam Joseph Zadok Elrod, 36, of Coffee Road, is charged with two counts of distribution of meth and one count of selling meth near a school.