Article Archive for 9 August 2017
Upgrading internet speed and service capabilities in the School District of Pickens County was at the forefront of a recent presentation made by the district’s executive director of technology.
Greenville Health System once again made Diversity MBA Magazine’s 50 Out Front list, which recognizes companies’ hiring and support of women and minority managers.
Ahead of the historic total solar eclipse during the afternoon, Clemson University will officially kick off its academic year on Aug. 21 with convocation at Littlejohn Coliseum.
Call us crazy, but with the already dire parking situation in downtown Clemson, we fail to see how the combination of more students plus fewer parking spots equals a “win-win-win” situation for the city, as zoning and codes administrator Todd Steadman told council it would recently.
The start of school in Oconee County is a week away, and school district officials are reminding parents of some changes to expect involving new staggered start times and a viewing of the total solar eclipse.
Stephen Michael Denisio, 29, of 531 Wetoda Road, was arrested by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office following the incident at the Seneca store.
Clemson planning and codes director Todd Steadman said a change to the zoning ordinance approved by city council Monday night will result in a reduction in parking spaces in the city.