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Oconee County Sheriff’s Office deputies are asking for the public’s help to find suspects in the theft of a truck, riding lawnmower and other items believed to be stolen.
Seneca’s proposed short-term rental ordinance is not expected to get a final vote from city council next week as officials continue to work on changes to the ordinance.
Oconee County officials say an ongoing shortage of state court reporters soaks up court time and can be costly.
While saying the city’s proposed short-term rental ordinance is not perfect, some local residents who have argued against the ordinance during council meetings now say they support it.
When Clemson University opens its 2019 college football season at home against Georgia Tech on Aug. 29, Seneca officials are hoping many will come downtown for a tailgating party and a free ride to the game — on a CATbus.
For the seventh consecutive month, The Journal topped 100 new subscribers to the newspaper in July — continuing a growth spurt that has been ongoing since the start of 2019.