Article Archive for June 2017
A Liberty man was arrested this week after police said he held a woman against her will and sexually assaulted her.
First reading of a proposed zoning ordinance reducing the depth of required commercial space on the ground floor of mixed-use buildings from 50 feet to 35 feet was recently tabled by Clemson City Council.
Clemson University announced this week Russell Kaurloto, a 35-year veteran of the information technology field, will become the school’s vice president for information technology and chief information officer following a nationwide search.
I’m writing this in hopes that it might help some of our seniors who may be paying too much for their Medicare supplements. If any of them are like me, they may have been paying way too much for way too long a time.
Donations totaling $4,500 have been made by the Education Foundation of Pickens County in the form of grants benefiting students at the elementary, middle and high school levels across the district’s four main attendance areas.
Just four months after the Oconee County School Board voted to spare seven mental health counselor positions set to get the ax, three of the counselors have resigned from the school district.
Clemson continued to display its recruiting muscle in the state of Georgia Friday morning with a commitment from defensive back Kyler McMichael of Norcross. McMichael, who also excels on the offensive side with the ball in his hands, chose the Tigers over Georgia, Tennessee, Auburn, Alabama and Florida State.
Willie, Who is responsible for the street paving in Seneca?
National HIV Testing Day is Tuesday, and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is encouraging South Carolinians to get tested for HIV and other STDs.