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Coming home after working late hours during the early years of his marriage, there was always a constant Ronnie Felker was able to embrace before crawling into bed.
Former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd was a key part of the Tigers’ gridiron resurgence, leading the team to the 2011 ACC championship, back-to-back bowl wins over LSU and Ohio State — the latter in the BCS Orange Bowl — and setting school records for passing yards and touchdowns.
New home construction in Oconee is off to one of its fastest starts in years, according to a market report that tracks residential permits.
Bids received by the city of Clemson for the Berkeley Drive Shared-Use Path and Pedestrian Bridge project have come in higher than expected, resulting in the latest of a series of delays that have plagued construction for years.
The Pickens County School Board voted 4-2 on Monday night to approve first reading of a proposed general fund budget of more than $114 million that includes teacher pay raises, but no cost of living increases for administrative and classified employees.
The Westminster Music Hall is opening up its cozy auditorium to a different kind of gig this week.
Alliance Pickens executive director Ray Farley has witnessed the influx of economic development at the Pickens County Commerce Park.