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A Seneca man with numerous domestic violence convictions against him in the last 15 years is facing multiple charges after police allege he assaulted a woman and made off with a 3-week-old infant Tuesday evening.
Last spring, nearly 50 Seneca High School faculty, staff, students and district office representatives from the School District of Oconee County watched a webcast of the Palmetto’s Finest award presentation in the hopes of being selected as the top high school in the state.
A native of Atlanta, Walter Kimbrough says he’s come to know many of the key figures of the Civil Rights Movement, and with that, he’s particularly well versed in the philosophy and teachings of Martin Luther King Jr.
Seneca resident Kenneth Loving is the descendant of civil rights trailblazers Mildred and Richard Loving, who won a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in 1967 that struck down the commonwealth of Virginia’s prohibition against interracial marriage.
While nothing locally compares to what’s experienced on a daily basis in major metropolitan areas, traffic backups are still part of life and routinely cause headaches for area drivers.
On Jan. 10, someone drove a vehicle into the wall of the Art Gallery on Pendleton Square, punching a hole completely through the historic brick wall and strewing dirt and debris throughout the main gallery room.