Article Archive for 17 June 2017
By definition, Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Although its official date is June 19, a number of celebrations will be taking place today throughout the country.
After investigating issues associated with mid-rise wood frame construction projects, Construction Science and Engineering Inc. of Westminster is set to a host a one-day seminar June 30 at the Madren Center on the Clemson University campus.
Despite chairman Phillip Bowers’ motion to the contrary, the Pickens County School Board recently passed third and final reading of the fiscal year 2018 general fund budget that includes a 2-mill tax increase.
According to figures released Friday by the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, the unemployment rate in May was the lowest the Palmetto State has enjoyed in nearly 17 years.
Thanks to the work of a Clemson University researcher, along with a nationwide team of security experts, sensitive information could be protected from hackers better than ever in the not-too-distant future.
Judge R. Lawton McIntosh has based his denial of a motion to halt construction of a proposed $19 million water treatment plant on timing.
CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions boys’ soccer team began their 2017 campaign having lost seven starters from the year before. Not a lot was expected of them, and the season got off to a slow start. Yet the young squad figured out how to turn it around, with the help of one of its team captains, John Martin.