Article Archive for 11 August 2017
Long after it assumed its troubles from an embezzlement case involving one of its members late last year were over, the Corinth-Shiloh Fire Department is facing another round of headaches.
A couple things are pretty clear from the analysis we’ve done on the cost of going to college in South Carolina these days — the cost continues to rise, and there are outstanding options for students to get a great education locally.
Clemson City Council has already approved an ordinance allowing game day and special event parking on private property, and Monday night voted unanimously to include allowing homeowners to rent parking spaces at their homes for the upcoming eclipse event.
Anderson School District 4 superintendent Joanne Avery said recently she would urge school board trustees to approve plans to relocate the Townville Elementary playground at their next meeting Monday.
Ten at the Top executive director Dean Hybl told leaders at the monthly Oconee Economic Alliance Business Forum Thursday that his organization isn’t a government regulatory agency.
Duke Energy’s World of Energy education center at Oconee Nuclear Station is celebrating the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse with a weekend of free presentations before the Monday afternoon eclipse.