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Fred Barber began his new job as superintendent at High Falls County Park after the retirement of Tom Hulse on Sunday.
Pickens County attorney Ken Roper wants county officials to have more say in the terms of contracts with other entities.
While some city officials have known for more than six months about the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club’s plans to hold its annual summer rally this year in Clemson, 10th Circuit Solicitor David Wagner said he only learned of the visit this week.
The Oconee Public Library System unveiled a new logo and video streaming service this week to celebrate National Library Week.
Clemson city attorney Mary McCormac said two pending bills in the state legislature about the placement of small cell wireless facilities could “take away a huge chunk” of a local government’s ability to control what happens in its own rights of way.
West Union officials are exploring establishing fines for businesses that haven’t paid for their business licenses.