No date has been set for the opening of a new Publix store in Seneca as officials prepare for “extensive work” needed at the building that formerly housed the Bi-Lo on Rochester Highway.
Even in the worst of times, Dabo Swinney can apparently find a way to work in an anecdote and lighten the mood.
The Knights of Columbus Council 6884 and the Oconee Federal Charitable Foundation recently donated a $26,000 check to the Special Olympics.
Perspective is an important thing, and it wouldn’t be hard to blame the Seneca High School football team for losing sight of it at some point over the last month.
A Greenville auditing firm has given the School District of Pickens County a thumbs up on its financial audit for the fiscal year ending June 30.
The town of Central and Friends of the Green Crescent are working together in an effort to bring the Central portion of the trail to fruition.
Willie: Parents of Seneca, we have gangs in our high school that are bullying our kids. Speak up for our children’s safety.
The promotion ceremony for Maj. Gen. Timothy J. Sheriff took place earlier this month at Collins Hill Chapel at Collins Ole Towne in Central. Sheriff was sworn in by Maj. Gen. Robert E. Livingston, South Carolina’s adjutant general.
The Daniel High School football team is itching to get back on the field.
If anyone asks Frank Honeycutt what he did this summer, he can just tell them he went on a bike ride — a really long bike ride.
After two straight weeks on the road, the West-Oak High School football team will be back at home tonight, but the Warriors are still looking for answers.
Arrests for September 28
Walhalla City Council members will not vote tonight on the bonds needed to fund construction of the city’s new water treatment plant.
Willie: I need you to help me get the word out on this topic.