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Motorists traveling to Clemson football’s home opener today against Wofford and battling the inevitable pre- and post-game traffic might have some time on their hands to notice entrances into the city are looking much cleaner these days.
A text amendment adding backyard chickens and hobby beekeeping as conditional uses in residential districts in Clemson is scheduled to undergo the first of two required readings when Clemson City Council meets Tuesday night.
One man is dead and police are on the hunt for a man charged with murder after a fatal shooting in Pendleton early Friday morning along U.S. Highway 76.
Chris Dixon has enjoyed 28 years in financial management, but five years ago decided to take on a different challenge by opening an independent office.