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A group of 38 radiologists who were inadvertently added to the Oconee Memorial Hospital medical staff won’t take part in a vote Monday that could unify the staff with Greenville Health System’s.
Addressing the starting salary and wage structure at the county’s sheriff’s office is now the No. 1 short-term goal of the Oconee County Council.
Clemson University trustees heard positive reports on admissions, capital projects, academic restructuring, athletics and communicating the school’s history during their quarterly meetings on campus this week.
With March Madness rapidly approaching for college basketball fans, the committee seeking a firm to conduct design and build work for a new Clemson fire substation on Issaqueena Trail has come up with its own final four.
A month after Clemson Area Transit learned it will receive a one-time grant award of $2.75 million — $2.3 million in a federal grant and $450,000 in state mass transit matching funds — Clemson City Council has approved the purchase of six new 40-foot Nova buses.
City of Clemson officials say the opening of bids for construction of the Berkeley Drive pedestrian bridge project is still scheduled for sometime in March.