Starting with the upcoming school year, Pickens County students will no longer have to see their academic year extended to make up for inclement weather.
Fire chief Brandon Burton presented three alternatives to city council during its August committee meetings session Tuesday night.
Seneca resident Don Adkins was recently named vice president of the South Carolina Barbecue Association.
A partnership between the Seneca Improvements Corporation and a Ram Cat Alley restaurant owner to help renovate his property got the official go-ahead Wednesday.
Daniel Earl Webb, 39, fled from the marshals on Tuesday, according to a news release.
Arrests for August 9
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Editor: Bill Sandifer’s latest legislative update leaves hardworking Oconee folks certain he has never had to work on production. Certainly, this legislative session was long on talk and short on production.
The Central Fire Department recently announced a new rank structure.
Zane Stuart Woodward, of Pawnee Drive, is charged with safecracking, grand larceny, breach of trust with fraudulent intent and three counts of forgery.
Willie: I was reading the article “Make SC roads safer for everyone,” and wasn’t surprised.
After completion of the first upgrade phase in March, the city of Westminster is tackling the second stage of its electrical system update.
For more than three decades, Helping Hands of Clemson has sought to improve the lives of children through a foster home, as well as its thrift store in downtown Central.
Water pressure issues closed the South Carolina Welcome Center at Interstate 85’s Exit 1 near Fair Play until about 4 p.m. Tuesday.