Article Archive for 8 September 2017
Weather permitting, the Clemson Planning Commission will hold a workshop at 4:30 p.m. Monday to discuss a proposed R6 zoning district.
After Gov. Henry McMaster announced Friday afternoon that he would not issue a mandatory closing of all the state’s school districts as Hurricane Irma approached, School District of Oconee County officials said they planned to stick to a normal schedule Monday.
Gregg F. Morton, whose three-year term began July 1, is originally from Aiken but now lives in Clemson.
The School of Architecture at Clemson University is hosting its first “Women in Architecture” lecture series this fall, with a number of notable women in the industry set to take part in the inaugural event.
Visitors will be able to touch, feel and sit in the cockpit of the newest all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars during a National Drive Electric Week event at the World of Energy from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday.
Finding a performer who can entertain an audience of all ages isn’t easy, but Andy Irwin fits the bill.
The longest-running festival in South Carolina has returned to Westminster. Several pageants and the Westminster Rotary golf tournament already kicked off the 56th annual South Carolina Apple Festival, but festivities are in full swing this week.
There’s still more than two-thirds of a regular season to be played before the story of the 2017 Seneca football team can be written. But after three weeks, the No. 10 Bobcats (2-1) have made one thing quite evident — they are a resilient bunch.
CLEMSON — Jordan-Hare Stadium is a tough place to play — especially at night. And between homestanding Auburn and a hostile crowd, Clemson had all it could handle there a year ago before escaping with a 19-13 victory.