Article Archive for August 2017
Clemson Area Transit and Proterra have enjoyed a long partnership when it comes to transit buses, and Clemson City Council recently ensured that will continue with electric buses, unanimously approving the company as a vendor for 10 new electric buses scheduled to arrive in the city next year.
Formally accepting the direction of county council, the Oconee Economic Alliance board of directors moved Friday to take responsibility for construction of a speculative building at a county-owned industrial park and to provide oversight for the project.
Charged with threatening the life of a public official, Darian Dewayne Johnston 51, of 250 Wayne Circle, was taken into custody after officers were called to a reported assault near South Walnut Street and East South 2nd Street shortly after 1 p.m.
While it’s important to bear in mind weather forecasts are constantly subject to change, officials at the National Weather Service’s Greer office said Friday the local forecast is looking favorable for an unobstructed view of Monday’s total solar eclipse.
William Jared Richardson, 40, of Woolbright Circle, was charged with disturbing schools and breach of peace, aggravated in nature, taken into custody and booked into the Oconee County Detention Center following the incident.
Willie, Could you use a good calendar? I’m down to 20 now.
A blind woman uses her disability to her own advantage in “Wait Until Dark,” playing today, Saturday and Sunday at Oconee Community Theatre.
The legal team for the former Seneca police officer who shot and killed a teen during a failed drug bust two years ago has filed a response to a civil lawsuit filed on behalf of the teen’s passenger last week.
A joint news release from Clemson University and the family of Tucker Hipps that was one of the stipulations in ending civil litigation between the parties was issued Thursday morning, confirming a settlement has been given final approval by the court system.