Article Archive for 16 November 2017
A rewrite of the city of Clemson’s floodplain ordinance and FEMA floodplain map revisions has received unanimous final approval by Clemson City Council.
At a special called meeting Thursday, Clemson City Council unanimously approved the company that will install a new mast-arm traffic signal at the intersection of Chapman Hill Road and Issaqueena Trail starting next month.
State Rep. Gary Clary and members of the House legislative oversight committee submitted a letter to Gov. Henry McMaster Wednesday asking him to remove the S.C. Department of Public Safety director from office.
Clemson University is preparing for the end of an era. The iconic Clemson House, which has stood for nearly 70 years, will be imploded at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 3.
As a microbiologist, Linda Parsons didn’t count on becoming a stained-glass artist. The New York native dabbled here and there, but upon retirement spent more and more time with her craft and is now an invited artist at the Blue Ridge Arts Center in Seneca.
WESTMINSTER — After consecutive winless seasons, West-Oak High School is officially in the market for a new head football coach.