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Proposed revisions to the county-wide noise ordinance — including decibel levels, specific noises prohibited and exemptions — were heard Tuesday during Oconee County Council’s Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Health and Welfare committee meeting in council chambers.
According to the American Red Cross, more than 350,000 people will experience sudden cardiac arrest this year.
Mary Gaston, who has spent 16 of her nearly 30 years in education as the director of Pickens Adult Education for the School District of Pickens County, was recently named the South Carolina adult education director of the year.
Schneider Electric’s location in Seneca is expanding, bringing 56 new jobs to the company’s existing facility on Sandifer Boulevard, state officials announced Tuesday.
Third Congressional District U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan honored first responders on Monday for their work during last year’s Townville Elementary School shooting.
An audience of more than 250 who turned out Monday night to express displeasure about a Clemson University power plant proposed in cooperation with Duke Energy received a pleasant surprise shortly after the open house began.