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U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan told Oconee County Republicans on Saturday President Donald Trump deserves a second term in the White House.
A proposed text amendment for an added use of bed and breakfast inns that would offer more non-traditional events in the city of Clemson is scheduled to be the topic of a public hearing next month.
Improvements to Pickens County’s E911 system have made the system more efficient and allowed dispatchers to provide first responders with needed information before they arrive on a scene, according to county staff.
April marks National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and three organizations in Oconee County announced a coalition Friday to improve children’s well-being countywide.
Area 13 Special Olympics organizer Dianne Russom had her typically hectic Spring Games — making sure schools lined up for the parade of athletes, getting volunteers to assigned stations and having opening ceremonies go off as smooth as possible.
A couple of months after announcing plans to add more mental health counselor positions, the School District of Oconee County has unveiled a plan.
Westminster residents could reap what they sow in the city’s community garden as early as this summer, with the Re-Fresh Garden Initiative planting produce in two weeks.
West Union Town Councilwoman Dixie Meeks has created a literal road map during her first month in office.
Westminster City Council is expected to begin work to cut nearly $1 million to balance its general and utility fund budgets for the upcoming fiscal year on Monday night.
Despite unhappiness over what it considers an infringement on home rule by the state legislature, Clemson City Council unanimously passed second reading of an ordinance amending the city code for small cell antennas within the city rights of way.