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A Greenville-based plastic molding injection company with an operation in Seneca purchased a Westminster company last month, but has no plans to close the Westminster plant.
More than 100 Clemson residents have attended the first two of six scheduled town hall meetings designed to gather input on a variety of issues in the city.
State Rep. Gary Clary announced Friday he does not plan to seek re-election next year.
Relocating a pipeline to feed into Walhalla’s new water plant has hit a snag.
Higher-than-average rainfall has forced Lakeside Lodge Clemson to move back its projected opening date, but the developers have named the property’s restaurant after a woman from the time of the American Revolution.
When the S.C General Assembly returns to Columbia for a brief special session later this month, it will have several specific agenda items on its to-do list including dealing with the fate of state-owned utility Santee Cooper, which is several billion dollars in debt.