The former Hometown Food Store building in Seneca may soon have a new owner.
City council approved first reading of an ordinance Tuesday night allowing Seneca to issue up to $2.5 million in general obligation bonds to address a shortage of funds this fiscal year caused by city expenses in response to April’s EF3 tornado.
Families in the local area and throughout South Carolina are expected to be out shopping for back-to-school items as the state’s tax-free weekend begins today.
A new CATbus agreement between the city of Clemson and city of Seneca will feature more than 11,000 hours of electric bus service for four routes over 252 days of scheduled service.
City officials announced the hiring of Loretta Smith on Wednesday to conduct a diversity and inclusion study of the Seneca Police Department.
The School District of Oconee County announced adjustments Wednesday to student drop-off times for the 2020-21 school year set to begin Aug. 24.
Falling trees caused damage to power and sewer lines in Seneca over the past few days, leaving residents and businesses without basic utilities.
When a chunk of its business effectively shut down this year, Local Wear had to innovate.