Article Archive for 20 October 2017
An Oconee County offer to transfer operation of industrial park assets to a local sewer authority has prompted the authority to entertain the prospect of expanding its service area.
No charges were filed, but a youth soccer referee has been relieved of his duties after police say he struck a player’s parent in the face twice during a verbal dispute at the Shaver Recreation Complex.
An often discussed, often delayed bridge replacement project in Clemson got another boost this week.
The Walhalla High School football team is teaming with the Keep Oconee Beautiful Association, Palmetto Pride, the school’s Interact and Leo clubs, student government and the Green Hogs to have a litter-free home football game against West-Oak tonight.
Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said he is seeking to get the word out to downtown business owners about a program designed to help them improve the facades of their buildings.
Clemson City Council voted unanimously Monday night to table a recommendation for LS3P Architects to handle the design of a proposed feasibility study regarding the long-discussed downtown welcome center project.
Clemson residents accustomed to picking up free mulch from the Public Works Department on West Lane are being told by the city that a limited supply will be available for the remainder of this month.