Duke Energy announced Tuesday the company has designed a new outage map for users based on feedback from nearly 2,500 customers.
Oconee County Council approved $30,000 in local accommodations tax funds for nine organizations in the spring cycle on Tuesday.
Oconee County Council moved through its agenda — including public comments and executive session — in less than two hours on Tuesday night while accomplishing nearly everything on its to-do list.
Entrance fees will go up this summer at Stumphouse Mountain Park.
As Clemson students enjoy spring break travels and local families make plans for warm-weather vacations, everyone is bracing for a higher number at the pump as they gas up for trips.
At 10 a.m. on Tuesday morning, a call went out over radio channels about a suspicious man at Daniel Hall on the campus of Clemson University.
Editor: The Democratic governor of California has just announced a policy of sparing the lives of murderers on death row by terminating all executions by the state.
Henry Kilpatrick Jr., 34, of 234 Capewood Ave. in Seneca, was charged with discharging a firearm into a vehicle while occupied and discharging a firearm inside city limits, according to warrants.
Tragic shootings in schools, houses of worship and other public places appear to be happening more often these days, leaving innocent people dead or seriously injured, devastating families and communities.
CLEMSON — The Clemson men’s basketball team was able to finish what it started this time around and survive to see another day in the National Invitation Tournament.
WESTMINSTER — Things seemed about even through one inning of Tuesday night’s matchup between the Seneca and West-Oak high school baseball teams.
Clemson University Police Chief Greg Mullen said he has a reaction every time he sees an active shooter situation around the country.
WALHALLA — The Walhalla boys’ golf team hosted a tri-match on Tuesday at Falcons Lair against Oconee Christian Academy and West-Oak, and the Razorbacks came out on top.
The Joint City University Advisory Board, founded more than 30 years ago, brings together representatives of the city of Clemson and Clemson University each month to discuss various topics.