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A downtown Seneca store now has a pop-up shop filled with 175 books for sale as an organization aims to continue fundraising for upgrades to Oconee County libraries.
The move to a less expensive winter blend of gasoline will drop prices across the Carolinas, according to a transportation official.
For more than 20 years, attorney Kay Barrett represented the city of Clemson among her clients — dealing with a number of legal issues impacting the municipality.
James Brett Burrell, of Grant Road in Westminster, is charged with driving under the influence, two counts of third-degree assault and battery and hit and run with minor personal injury.