Seneca rezoning requests

April 15, 2013
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At its meeting tonight, Seneca Planning Commission considers three rezoning applications. The applications involve property of Serenity Place at Northside Circle, Golden Corner Food Pantry on the Wells Highway, and Rekha Enterprises at Wells and S. 4th Street. The City Hall hearings begin at 6 o’clock.

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National Week of the Young Child

April 15, 2013
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Oconee County’s First Steps celebrates the Week of the Young Child this morning by distributing “Resource Guides for Families with Young Children.” Representatives of all Oconee law enforcement agencies are to receive the guides at 10 o’clock this morning in the administrative offices of the Seneca Police Department. According to Marie Dunnam, executive director of…

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Apparent drowning in Lake Keowee

April 15, 2013
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A 35-year old Easley man fell from his boat to his death late yesterday afternoon in Lake Keowee. Coroner Karl Addis says the body of Charles David Keeney will be autopsied to assist with the investigation of what’s presumed to have been a drowning death. Oconee County 9-1-1 was activated at 4:05 p-m by a…

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Drive-by shootings

April 13, 2013
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  Two homes near Seneca were the scenes last week of drive-by shootings, and the Sheriff’s Department seeks the public’s help to solve the crimes. The drive-by shootings occurred Wednesday during the early morning hours. First, just before 4 a-m on Gallo Way, not far from the Shiloh Road. The second, a little more than…

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Crenshaw statement on pool

April 12, 2013
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Oconee Sheriff Mike Crenshaw issued the following statement today to 96.3/WGOG NEWS on the possibility that prisoners will be directed to help return the Walhalla Swimming Pool to working order: “In reference to the inmate labor issue for the Walhalla City Pool, I have heard anywhere from 10 to 20 inmates being used and housed…

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Walhalla optimism for grant approval

April 12, 2013
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Nearly three-quarters of Walhalla homeowners in target area qualify under the government’s low-income standards. And that leaves Scott Parris, the city utilities director, confident that a community development block grant will be approved to pay for replacing additional water lines in the Walhalla’s Chicopee Mill Village. The grant application is due Monday. This morning a…

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