Article Archive for 1 September 2017
Willie, To everyone who plays golf at one of the local courses, I am not sure if you know how fortunate we are to have such a wonderful municipal course in our county.
The Department of Plant Industry at Clemson University will hold a public hearing Sept. 29 about an emergency statewide quarantine for wood and wood products affected by the emerald ash borer, an invasive insect pest that inhabits and destroys native ash trees.
This is part two of a heartfelt letter from a mother describing what the Tribble Center’s Early Intervention program and staff has done for her son, Liam.
More than 20 market vendors will offer food items, and local entertainment will also be featured at First Friday at the Market from 3-6 p.m. today on the Village Green at Patrick Square.
With help from other local agencies, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office announced more than half of the suspects it’s looking for as part of the 17th installation of its “Operation Infinity” drug roundup were arrested Thursday to open the operation.
The Kent State Golden Flashes are no stranger to high profile games, so coming to Memorial Stadium on Saturday to face the defending national champions is nothing new.