With traffic studies completed and evaluated, a proposed development for approximately 235 patio homes and townhomes is scheduled to return to Seneca City Council next week for a final vote.
Walhalla residents are invited to become part of a grassroots effort to get grant funding for improvements at the city park.
Walhalla recreation director John Galbreath wants city officials to consider creating a soccer complex in the coming years.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook told the audience gathered Tuesday for the annual State of Clemson program at the Madren Center that 2018 was a very busy year — and he got no argument from Clemson University president Jim Clements.
A new development could be coming to an area of undeveloped property off South Cove Road in Seneca that would include 235 patio homes for retirees.