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Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority officials have called a special meeting later this month to address a growing debt owed by Oconee County under the terms of an agreement signed by the parties in 2008.
Clemson University offers the best career services and has great community relations and football-loving students, according to The Princeton Review.
State superintendent of education Molly Spearman will be on hand to greet Pickens County teachers today upon their return to work, which includes a back-to-school celebration and the first of a two-day learning conference.
A Walhalla couple faces charges of unlawful neglect of a child after police said they exposed their unborn child to methamphetamine.
GOP presidential candidate Lindsey Graham continues to languish in the polls and won’t be on the big stage for Thursday’s first primetime televised debate from Cleveland, featuring the top 10 polling Republican contenders headed by frontrunner Donald Trump.
City of Clemson officials are hopeful they can begin the bidding process for construction of a new pedestrian bridge and 8-foot multi-use path on Berkeley Drive next month.