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School District of Pickens County officials say data from the director of the Project GO Alternative Education Program shows it is making a difference after just one year.
Clemson residents with questions or concerns about a mixed-use development proposed for Keowee Trail will have a chance to make their voices heard at an informal public hearing in two weeks.
After court hearings that spanned much of 2018, the Townville Elementary School shooter will be sentenced sometime in 2019.
Walhalla City Council members are working toward achieving consensus on selecting a new police chief from a field of five candidates.
SC Works WorkLink will hold its annual job fair on Thursday at Tri-County Technical College’s Industrial Business and Development Center, located at 7900 Highway 76 in Pendleton.
The Pickens County Legislative Delegation will hold its annual meeting Jan. 7 in Liberty at the Pickens County Performing Arts Center.