Article Archive for 5 May 2017
Without ruling on a request for a local water district to stop construction of a multi-million-dollar water treatment plant, a judge set a trial date of Aug. 28 to hear arguments over whether or not the plant is legal.
More than 30 people braved rainy weather Thursday to hear a Clemson University official give an update on the future site and plans for a Duke Energy combined heat and power facility on campus.
Partnering with the Keep Oconee Beautiful Association, Duke Energy’s World of Energy will host an Earth Day in May festival to highlight its shared responsibility in taking care of the planet.
The third annual Healthy Living Expo is planned at the Clemson Farmers Market from 3-6 p.m. today, with visitors enjoying a variety of events designed to enhance their quality of life.
The Pickens County School Board was presented with the fiscal year 2018 proposed general fund budget at its meeting last week as the document received first reading on caption and title only with no vote required.
CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions boys’ soccer team accomplished something on Thursday that it hadn’t done under head coach Phillip Boyer — advance to the third round of the state playoffs.