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Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder walked into Tuesday’s night’s first city council work session of 2019 carrying an armful of binders with information to help council understand the city budget process in preparation for next year’s budget.
Pickens County is slated to become the first county in South Carolina to launch a program aimed at providing opioid addicts with hope and pathways to treatment.
After months of deliberation on whether Westminster City Council will extend an agreement with the city’s wholesale power provider, Mayor Brian Ramey says a decision will likely come tonight.
Walhalla officials officially broke ground on the city’s new water treatment facility Monday afternoon, a project that’s been a long time coming.
Oconee County residents and officials put a bow on the conclusion of the county’s 150th anniversary celebration with a time capsule ceremony at the Oconee History Museum on Monday afternoon.