Article Archive for 15 September 2017
Although the National Christian College Athletic Association announced last week it was bringing its Baseball World Series to Easley for the next two years starting next summer, officials attending the news conference say the tourney will benefit the entire Pickens County area.
The public has been invited to be part of two upcoming events to give input into a conceptual design known as the Clemson Downtown Corridor Study.
While first responders and emergency management teams monitored the conditions of Hurricane Irma and answered calls for help, researchers at Clemson University looked at the role social media played during the storm.
Khalil Tahrike Shyheim Jenkins, 23, of 550 Simpson St., is charged with domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, first-degree assault and battery, discharging a firearm into a vehicle and malicious injury to personal property following the incident, which happened shortly after 9 p.m. Thursday on Summit Drive.