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In January, an SUV crashed into the Art Gallery on Pendleton Square, punching a hole completely through the historic brick wall and strewing dirt and debris everywhere.
The Oconee County Foster Parent Association was named South Carolina Foster Parent Association of the Year this month.
Clemson City Council unanimously approved first reading last week of an ordinance adopting a parking lease agreement for 40 spaces as part of a mixed-use apartment facility set to open downtown later this summer.
Augustus Brady Carver, 22, and Kathy Pearson Carver, 58, both of 212 Biggerstaff Road, are charged with one count each of strong-armed robbery and third-degree assault and battery.
This week has been recognized as National Public Safety Telecommunicator Appreciation Week, and the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is recognizing dispatchers everywhere, including in the sheriff’s office’s E-911 communications center.
When Third Congressional District U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan visited the Oconee-Pickens training center of South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation on Tuesday, the warehouse was abuzz.