While donations to the Seneca Tornado Relief Fund have reached nearly half-a-million dollars in the past six weeks, city administrator Scott Moulder told city council Tuesday night the fund is nearly out of money.
By Norm Cannada The Journal SENECA — With the city still reeling from the effects of COVID-19 and the EF3 tornado that blew through last month, Seneca City Council approved first reading of its 2020-21 budgets for the city’s general fund and Seneca Light and Water on Tuesday night with no tax or rate […]
The Journal staff SENECA — A Seneca man was arrested Monday in a January incident in which police allege he pretended to be an officer of the law in an attempt to settle a dispute. Lee Lashon Goodine, 45, of Alpine Drive, is charged with one count of impersonating a law enforcement officer. He was […]
The Journal staff SENECA — A Seneca woman was being held at the Oconee County Detention Center on drug charges involving heroin and ecstasy. Jerica Lee-Lois Elrod, 21, of 819 Laing Court, was charged with two counts distribution of narcotics. She was being held Tuesday afternoon on a combined $20,615 surety bond. The incident […]
Norm Cannada | The Journal Officials investigate a wreck Saturday morning that took the life of a Westminster man. By Norm Cannada The Journal SENECA — A Westminster man was killed Saturday morning when the U-Haul truck he was driving went off the road and struck a guardrail and several trees. Oconee County Coroner Karl […]
Asbestos removal has been completed, but the next steps in the process of bringing two longtime vacant downtown buildings back to life is likely delayed for at least a year, according to Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder.
Despite some delays because of some COVID-19 issues, Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder says he is confident a project to demolish the former Kellett Elementary School building and create greenspace and ballfields in its place will be completed by the end of the year.
One person is dead following a truck accident on Richland Road, just west of Seneca, Saturday morning.