Two Pickens County females have been released on $10,500 bond following their recent arrest for stealing items from a storage facility.
Lotteries, you love ’ em, or you hate ’ em. That’s been South Carolina’s relationship ever since the South Carolina Education Lottery rolled out in January 2002.
An industrial site in neighboring Hart County, Ga., is on the short list for development of a chicken litter and biomass incinerator.
Police were still searching Monday for an unidentified man suspected of an armed robbery near downtown Seneca.
Three individuals have been arrested for using metal baseball bats to smash mailboxes on Newton Road and Mile Creek Road last month.
A total of 300 employees could help Clemson University fill in a near $7 million financial shortfall in the Public Service Activity (PSA) realm of the institution next year.
Oconee County residents have spotted South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) crews busy at work cutting back the right-of-way on a number of roads.
As Seneca utilities customers wait to see how their wallets will be affected by the city’s new power contract, Utilities Director Bob Faires is waiting on the findings of a cost of service study …