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Several local members of the South Carolina House of Representatives expressed optimism recently that a bill to forgive up to three school days missed this year due to inclement winter weather would be signed by Gov. Nikki Haley.
Renderings for the renovation of Fair-Oak Elementary School were formally presented to School District of Oconee County officials recently by the architectural firm in charge.
A total of six potential pedestrian and biking projects in the greater Clemson area were identified and feedback received during the latest meeting of the Friends of the Green Crescent held Monday night at Clemson City Hall.
Visit Clemson, the tourism division of the Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce, recently took its efforts on the road by participating in a travel show at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter.
A former executive with Community First Bank who is accused by a woman of stealing more than $1.7 million from her account failed for a second time to have a judge dismiss the woman’s lawsuit against him.
The parents of Clemson University student Tucker Hipps have filed a lawsuit seeking in excess of $25 million that alleges reckless, willful and grossly negligent conduct in his Sept. 22 death.
More than five miles from the Clemson University campus, ROTC cadets from four Upstate universities spent an unseasonably cool day Friday practicing challenging drills — aimed to develop their leadership and teamwork skills.