SENECA — As the season continues to roll along, the Seneca High School football team isn’t content to stand pat and do the same thing week in, week out.
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw addressed deputies Thursday morning at a normal weekly informational meeting.
With Westminster’s Music on Main series ending this evening, a bit of luck happened for a Saturday show from a second band.
Pickens County’s swift water rescue personnel were recognized Monday night for their work before, during and after Hurricane Florence last month.
When we kiss our spouse and children on our way to another shift at work, we probably don’t think that moment could be the last time we see our loved ones on Earth.
Members of the Oconee County Special Rescue team and the Anderson City Fire Department partnered recently to help those impacted by floodwaters in Marion as a result of Hurricane Florence.
A singlewide mobile home was deemed a total loss in the aftermath of a home fire in Westminster on Thursday.
Gov. Henry McMaster will attend the opening of a time capsule buried outside the Pickens County Courthouse in 1968.
As news traveled of former Clemson running back C.J. Fuller’s sudden death on Wednesday night, the tributes from family, friends and former teammates began to flood social media.
Democratic candidate Jody Gaulin is challenging incumbent Rep. Bill Sandifer for the S.C. House District 2 seat in the Nov. 6 midterm election.
I have lived in Oconee County for 27 years, and 15 of those years in Seneca.
PENDLETON — The Seneca High School girls’ golf team fell to Pendleton on Thursday at Boscobel Country Club 191-209.
Willie: Why does Seneca allow drug dealers to sell drugs?
CENTRAL — For two years, Hack Hamilton played football for Daniel High School on Thursday nights with the goal of playing the next day instead.