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Appeal filed in expulsion of SDOC student Appeal filed in expulsion of SDOC student

An Easley attorney has filed an appeal in the Oconee County Court of Common Pleas about a recent decision upholding the expulsion of a School District of Oconee County student.

KOBA to continue cleanup campaign KOBA to continue cleanup campaign

Keep Oconee Beautiful Association officials said the recent litter pickup campaign called “One Bag at a Time” was a success and hope to continue the effort.

Police: Man pointed shotgun at women Police: Man pointed shotgun at women

Montrez O’Brian Jones, 28, of Rectory Drive, was charged with two counts of pointing and presenting firearms at a person, not in self-defense, according to warrants.

Increasing focus on security part of proposed budget Increasing focus on security part of proposed budget

Full-time armed security at every school in the district is part of nearly $350,000 in funding to make schools safer included in the School District of Pickens County’s $122.8 million budget that unanimously passed first reading Monday night.

City looks to spruce up downtown park City looks to spruce up downtown park

With public input and a special committee, Westminster City Council voted Tuesday night to begin taking bids on a project to revamp the downtown green space known as Retreat Street Park.

Seneca fire chief to retire Seneca fire chief to retire

Seneca Fire Chief Jan Oliver plans to retire in July after serving the Seneca Fire Department for 33 years.

City, Pioneer reach deal City, Pioneer reach deal

The city of Seneca finalized a new wholesale water contract with Pioneer Rural Water District on Tuesday, ending months of negotiations between the city and water district two days before the previous 30-year-old contract was set to end.

Keowee Place offers support to families in transition Keowee Place offers support to families in transition

Caring, or finding care, for aging family members is a complex and consuming task. When aging loved ones can no longer flourish in their private homes, many family members find themselves quickly needing information and support.

Bobcats eager to get playoffs started Bobcats eager to get playoffs started

It remains to be seen if Mother Nature is going to allow the Seneca High School baseball team to open the postseason as scheduled tonight against Woodruff.

Cancer claims Seneca, Clemson great Cunningham Cancer claims Seneca, Clemson great Cunningham

Sports fans around the nation remember Bennie Cunningham as an All-American tight end at Clemson and National Football League star who won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Campuswide power outage cancels classes at Clemson Campuswide power outage cancels classes at Clemson

A power outage cancelled classes and closed offices at Clemson University on Monday and left the campus in the dark.