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A Westminster group will meet Monday night to form a plan for a plot of land on Hall Road the city recently bought with intentions of using it for recreation.
Oconee Federal Savings and Loan plans to construct an approximately 4,000-square-foot facility in Clemson that will join existing operations in Seneca, Walhalla, Westminster and northeast Georgia.
Tri-County Technical College is seeking to extend its outreach in its youth apprenticeship program.
As downtown revitalization efforts continue, Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder says street and infrastructure improvements are among his goals for 2019.
Authorities in Stephens County, Ga., have identified the man whose body was found in Lake Hartwell early Tuesday morning after the truck he was driving went through barricades on a former U.S. Highway 123 bridge.
Clemson City Council recently took the next step toward improvements at Littlejohn Community Center, formally approving a grant award from the South Carolina Department of Commerce, as well as the conditions required for the grant.